Lent and Easter
Most of our Lent activities are Churches Together events so please look carefully for venues!
During Holy Week the Methodist Centre will be open from 12.00 - 13.00 for quite meditation
Shrove Tuesday - March 5th Pancakes will be served at the Methodist Centre from 8.30am - 4pm. There will also be a cake stall and a tombola. Money raised will help a family in Malawi to be more self sufficient. Come for your pancakes and learn more.
This year for our Lent Study Group we will running a course called Living Fruitfully
There are three sessions each week starting .
Tuesdays at 10.30 at the Methodist Centre starting 12th March
Tuesdays at 2.30 at the Parish Church starting 12th March
Thursdays at 7.30 at the home of Jane & Eric Roberts - please let Martin Smithson know if you are wanting to attend this one as numbers are limited. starting 14th March
Ash Wednesday falls on 6th March this year. There will be a traditional act of worship to mark the beginning of lent with Holy Communion at 7.30 in the Parish Church.
Lent Lunch Sunday March 17th - 12.00 noon at the Parish Church.
This Week is Holy Week
Monday - Thursday 12 noon to 1.00pm the Methodist Centre will be open for an informal time of prayer and reflection in words and music. You don't necessarily need to be there at the beginning or stay for the full hour. Come and go as you wish.
Maundy Thursday 7.30 pm at the Methodist Centre - Communion of the Last Supper
We remember Jesus' last meal with his disciples, which he asked his followers in every age to celebrate in memory of him.
Good Friday Morning
10.15 am Reflections on the Market Square followed by worship at the Parish Church (11 am)
Good Friday Evening - 7.30pm In the Shadows and the Silences
A time for quite reflection around the events of the first Good Friday - at the Methodist Centre
Easter Sunday - 10:30 Morning Worship Methodist Centre
All are welcome to come and share in any of the services , study times or times of reflection.
Click here to download a ppt version of the 'Gift of Easter' Booklet from the Methodist Church