For the week commencing 24 September 2023
Services this Sunday
Audlem: This morning we celebrate the Harvest Festival and this service is led by Rev. Helen Kirk.
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Hankelow with Woore: The service at Hankelow is led by Robin
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
At Audlem Robin will lead the service at 10.30am
Hankelow with Woore Morning service will be led by Geoff Dickinson
Midweek service & lunch this Wednesday at noon.
Root & Branch Travelling Exhibition is at Englesea Brook from 24 August to 30 September.
Englesea Brook are delighted to have worked in partnership with the Probation service to bring you
this untold story in our new travelling exhibition: 'Root and Branch, How 5 shillings, faith and belief
inspired the beginning of the Probation Service'.
The September coffee morning raised over £300. Thank you to all for your support.
The October coffee morning is on Saturday 7th October from 10.30 to 12.30.
Harvest Concert with the John Moores Quire, this coming Friday 29th September at 7pm, at
St Chad's Church, Wybunbury. Tickets £10 including refreshments.
You are invited to join our Ecumenical Autumn course: Matthew for Everyone by Tom Wright. The
Gospel of Matthew is an account of who Jesus was, and is to us today. It is a beautifully crafted testimony that has been passed down to us by countless generation. This is our chance to engage with the second part of this Gospel in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. The writer Tom Wright I a contemporary Christian writer, known for his warm style, deep insights and faithful life. He will be our companion and guide on this exploration. The course is held on Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm during October at St Chad's Church, Wybunbury. The dates are October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st. Please contact Rev Alison to pre-order a course booklet priced at approximately £5. email@example.com
Please join us on October 15th 2.30pm at Woore Methodist Chapel for an afternoon with guest speaker Allister Du Plessis from Release International, an organisation that supports persecuted Christians. Allister is the Engagement Manager for the Midlands and North and has recently visited Nigeria where many hundreds of Christians have been killed in recent years. He has some very troubling but very inspirational stories to tell. Refreshments to follow.
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