A new initiative for the Colchester Methodist Circuit.
The second Wednesday of each month brings an opportunity for those with and without Dementia (or other limiting conditions) to Worship together.
2pm to 4pm at The Ark.
The formal part of the service lasts 20-30 minutes, and is followed by refreshments, craft activities and games, providing an opportunity for friendly conversation.
At Memory Worship we believe in a God who loves us, accepts us for who we are, and welcomes us.
for Contemporary Worship
with Songs old and new and Prayers for the life we share
Sunday 22 September at 6.30pm
at Lexden Methodist Church
Further Dates & Venues
‘Everybody Sing’ with John Bell at Lion Walk Church
Get ready for Advent with Cantus Firmus. Venue tbc
1 December Advent Communion at The Ark MC
Contemporary Worship Poster Autumn 2019
The Methodist Conference has asked us to begin a discussion on human relationships.
On this circuit study day, we will study what the Bible has to say on this; we will worship and pray together, and through small group conversations and question and answer sessions deepen our individual and shared understanding of this emotive subject.
The Ark, Highwoods Methodist Church.
Saturday 19th October 10am to 4pm.
Lunch will be provided – £5 donation invited.
Wimpole Road Methodist Church, Colchester
A Circuit Service to formally welcome Rev Joseph Neil Adams will take place at Wimpole Road Methodist Church at 7pm on Wednesday 28th August 2019.
Please do join us for this celebration.
I am a Methodist not by birth but by a combination of accident and choice!
I’ll tell you more when we meet 🙂
The Wesley’s love of music, open theology and pursuit of scriptural holiness have kept me within the Methodist Church where I definitely feel I belong.
The practical personal discipleship of prayer and fellowship within Class meetings John Wesley began remain deeply relevant in the 21st Century, and if we could rediscover the enthusiasm that burned in our denomination before we could bring fresh hope to our communities as we join in with the work of the Kingdom of God.
My greatest honour so far in life has been to be Dad to four children and I am immensely proud of them. My second grand daughter will God willing be born in May this year. My first granddaughter has just celebrated her third birthday.
Sport is massively important to me and I am a very passionate supporter of my home town Football Club Wolverhampton Wanderers where I have held a season ticket for many of the last 30+ years.
I enjoy many differing pastimes including the big four C’s – comedy, cinema, cooking and cars!
I am deeply happy to have been matched with the Colchester Circuit, and am really looking forward to starting this next chapter of my life and Ministry with you. God is good, and together we have the wonderful privilege of joining in with Him in the work of God’s Kingdom; living laughing and learning together we will see the glory of our Lord. It’s going to be fun!
Thank you to all who supported the ‘Step Out for Children’ Sponsored Walk for Action for Children on Saturday, 8th June 2019 either by sponsoring walkers or by walking.
It was an enjoyable time even though the weather was little showery and a total of £673.35 was raised – a magnificent sum.
We are grateful to Peter Broom for allowing us the use of his home and, along with Christine Firmin, providing us with light refreshments after the walk.
For more information about Action for Children, please visit their website.