Melton Mowbray Methodist Circuit

Faith, Hope and Love

Welcome to the Melton Methodist Circuit Website.

Do browse around it, using the menu tabs above.

If you would like to know anything more about any of our activities or churches, please use the appropriate link to contact us. 

With best wishes.

James Skinner

Superintendent Minister.


During recent years it has been my custom to share in the liturgy of the Lent Cross. The cross is made from the stem of a Christmas tree linking the two major festivals of Christmas and Easter.

During each Sunday of Lent a picture of the symbols we would usually place on the cross will appear on this page, together with an associated bible reading and a prayer

 James Skinner.

2nd Sunday --- The Towel and BasinBowl and Towel


Reading: John 13: v1-14.

Prayer: Lord Jesus, you humbly took a basin and  towel and washed the feet of your friends. Help us  to choose the way of humility by serving you and  our neighbours in the way we live.

1st Sunday. Bread and Wine Bread and Wine 

There is a new tab in the menu for 'Forthcoming Events' View 

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 Sunday's on-line service, 28th February, was led by Deacon Alison McCauley 


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Hymns

Readings

Reader

STF 51 Great is thy Faithfulness

Psalm 92

Nicola

STF 462 Come with me come wander

Mark 8 The cost of discipleship

Sue

STF 662 Have you heard God’s voice?

Prayers of concern

Tom

STF 239 Sent by the Lord am I

 

 


Next Sunday's on-line service, 7th March, will be led by Rev James Skinner

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Future on-Line services

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Bible Study  Bible Study

Each Wednesday at 10:30am,

for approx. one hour and run weekly until Easter.

Deacon Alison is hosting an online Zoom Lent Bible study entitled 'Woven' which has been written

by the London Methodist District. click  

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Methodist Church

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Revd Richard Teale, President of the Methodist Conference,

calls for 

prayers of lament and hope.

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action

From: Karis Kolawole (Head of Faith Partnerships), Action for Children.

 

I’m pleased to bring your District another update about Action for Children’s work.

 

Happy New Year!

Although 2021 started with the lockdown still in place, we are grateful that we can continue to support children and families through the pandemic. We cannot count our blessings without mentioning our Methodist family. Thanks for your prayers and bountiful support.

 

To read more about what your support has helped us achieve in 2020, visit our blog on our website.

 

All things Christmas – Thank you

Our heartfelt thanks to you for supporting us over Christmas. We marvel at how churches and individuals defied the pandemic and came up with creative ways to raise funds for us.

 

We were delighted to know that so many Methodists tuned in to Starry Night, our first-ever virtual carol service. We’re thrilled to say that overall, we sold tickets to 882 households and raised £31,453!

 

Our Secret Santas will also be pleased to know that our 2020 appeal raised over £1 million. By getting festive and supporting our appeal, you have made a life-changing difference to children and their families.

 

Our Chief Executive, Trustee and the children we support, recorded this video message for you: http://bit.ly/AfCThankU

 

Count Your Blessings

What will you be doing this Lent? We would like you to join us for 40 days of making life better for children across the UK.

 

We have created an inspiring calendar of activities. Each day, you will be asked to do something meaningful. It might be giving money to those in need, saying a prayer for a child, or spreading the word about our work. So, download your copy from our website: http://bit.ly/AfC-Lent.

 

Blessings and peace,

 action

Karis Kolawole

Head of Faith Partnerships

07834 334 634 | karis.kolawole@actionforchildren.org.uk  Action for Children, 3 The Boulevard, Ascot Road, Watford WD18 8AG

020 3124 0600 | @actnforchildren | actionforchildren.org.uk

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Latest revision: 1st March 2021