Services this Sunday ( 1st in Ordinary Time)
Audlem: Morning service is led by Norma Stolworthy
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Hankelow with Woore: Morning service at Hankelow is led by Peter Robertshaw
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 (2nd in Ordinary Time)
At Audlem: Robin will conduct the Early Communion serve at 8.30am
The Covenant Service at 10.30am will also be led by Robin
At Hankelow: Local Arrangement
At Woore: The service at 2.30pm will be led by Robin The theme of the service is 'Liberated to love' the title of a conference he's currently attending in Washington DC.
The next Coffee Morning at AMC will be on Saturday 21 January from 10am – 12 noon.
The usual cake stalls etc. Please contact Sheila Jones or Fiona Crompton if you are able to help.
The Christmas Coffee morning raised £180. Thank you to all for your support.
It has come to our attention, with rather short notice, that we are hosting, at AMC, the Second Hub Open meeting on Tuesday 17th January at 7pm. All are welcome and encouraged to attend this meeting. Please come along ready to share your ideas of where Mission is happening in your church already but most importantly where, with a bit more support, other missional opportunities could happen.
One of the aims of the meeting is to appoint a steering group/leadership group of 6-8 people from across the hub to gather together and look more closely at putting together a job description for 1 or 2 or even 3 part time lay workers to work on mission projects around the hub....
CHURCH COUNCIL MEETING: The next meeting is scheduled for MONDAY 30th JANUARY at 7.30pm. Any member of the congregation is welcome to attend (though only appointed CC members are able to vote).
The next meeting of The Book Group will be on Thursday 19th January at 2.30pm in the Hall at AMC. The book chosen for this meeting is by Delia Smith, more usually known for her cookery, but also deeply interested in spirituality and the human condition. It is called 'You Matter. The Human Solution' and is available in hardback or more cheaply on Kindle. Newcomers always welcome even if not managed to read the book.
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