Services this Sunday (17th in Ordinary Time)
Audlem: Morning service today is led by Robin
Hankelow with Woore: The service at Hankelow is led by Roger Hunt
Hankelow with Woore at Woore: The service at 2.30pm will be led by Malcolm Crook – see below for further details
The Audlem service is live streamed each Sunday morning from 10.30am To join it go to
https://www.audlemmethodistchurch.org.uk/live-service.html or visit the website and click on 'watch the service live' at the top of the page
Services next Sunday (18th in Ordinary Time)
The service at Audlem will be led by Chris Denney
The service at Hankelow at 11 am will be led by Robin
(Both villages will be busy next Sunday morning as the Festival of Transport assembles at Hankelow departing at 11am travelling into Audlem where all vehicles will gather on the playing field until 4pm)
Cafe-style service at Woore Chapel on Sunday 24th July at 2:30 p.m., led by Malcolm Crook on the theme of "The Lord's Prayer." Worship,conversation, tea, cake. Everyone welcome.
A Meditative Safari – The Sacred Side of Nature – For many people being in the natural world is a very strong way of experiencing deeper and even sacred meanings. This afternoon at 2p.m. in TURNPIKE FIELD, Adrian Leighton will be leading "A MEDITATIVE SAFARI". This will be an opportunity to look at the natural life we find in the Fields and share in the deeper aspects of life that this can reveal to us. All are welcome, no registration necessary, just turn up. Dogs also welcome but on a lead for the time of the walk.
Restart of the monthly Midweek Service at Audlem – Wednesday 3rd August 12 midday
For those who haven't experienced the midweek service (held in the Hall) it is a half hour service – including a couple of hymns, reading (biblical/other) prayers and a message. After the service there is a two course light lunch accompanied by chattering voices! It's a good time to socialise with people, who perhaps you've not spoken with on a Sunday. A plate for donations pays expenses. If you would like to come it would be helpful if you could tell a steward or ring Fran 812038 this helps us with catering. (We have no idea of numbers!)
If transport is an issue, please let us know. Lastly – if anyone at chapel feels they could do some transport please let us know. That would be extremely helpful. Thank you.
St John's Church Doddington presents, 'The Organist Entertains Concert' Starring Christian Cartwright, resident organist at 'Pipes in the Peaks', playing the Yamaha AR100. The event is on Friday 12th August at 7.30pm, in St John's Church Doddington CW5 7PS. Tickets are £10 and include refreshments. To book please ring 07443 650792
Murder Mystery 3 course dinner. Murder at the Farmhouse Saturday 8 October at 6.30pm
at The Wingate Centre, Wrenbury Hall Drive, Wrenbury CW5 8ES.
FUNDRAISING FOR LIGHTWOOD GREEN CHAPEL – LIGHTWORKS PROJECT
A real fun evening which you will enjoy – book a table now. £25 per person. Bring your own drinks. There will be a raffle.
'A farmer who is single with no children is making his will. He owns a large farm. His name is Ebeneezer Thistleweed. He is notorious for being mean, grumpy and not liked by anyone. He uses the threat of who he leaves the farm to as a lever to get people to do things. He has fallen out with other local farms and is not liked by anyone – not even the animals on his farm!
MEET THE SUSPECTS – The brothers Norris and Horace, the cleaner Doris, well to do Clarice and family friend Boris, not to mention the old family solicitor, Wallace. Who committed this dastardly act? Help solve the crime and have some fun unravelling the clues. Tickets from Karen Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org or Malcolm Lorimer email@example.com
PA to the Superintendent Minister and Circuit Administrator in Cheshire South Circuit
(one post) 20 hours/week, (£11,440p/a) Permanent
We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly organised, and skilled person to be part of a dynamic team to support the Circuit Vision for change and growth. Post holder will be expected to work pro-actively and on their own initiative, with ability to manage workload, work collaboratively and communicate effectively. Flexible working hours working mainly from home and ability to travel to locations across the Circuit. Contributory pension scheme.
Cheshire South Methodist Circuit supports the mission of 22 churches and additional circuit projects across Cheshire from Alsager and Sandbach into the borders of Wales and Shropshire.
For more information and an application pack please email
firstname.lastname@example.org Applications by 12 noon 24th August, interviews 31st August,
role to begin as soon as possible.
Just a reminder that you are now able to watch previous AMC services at your leisure! Head over to the AMC website, www.audlemmethodistchurch.org.uk, click on the link 'Previous Services' at the top of the page and it will take you to the latest streamed service. On the left hand side of the screen underneath 'AMC – Sunday Services' is an arrow which, once clicked, will let you access any of the previous services.
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