Our Sunday Zoom worship service begins at 10.30 am.
We are changing the way we begin these services. Lewis will be playing music as you enter and everyone will remain muted, with a share screen explaining what is happening and giving the notices.
On Thursday evening, our circuit zoom prayer meeting will begin at 7 pm - please pray at that time whether you join us on zoom or not. It is good to know that people are praying all around the circuit at that time.
This will be followed at 7.30 pm with our
zoom reflective worship, this week led by Clive Longhurst.
On Friday morning, we hold our weekly
zoom coffee morning
at 10.30 am.
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There are many opportunities to engage with Christian worship
on line, a few of which
are listed below;
Just click on any in italics to be directed to that site:
9am Monday to Friday
Morning Prayers from Wesley House Cambridge
Prayers and Worship Services from Wesley's Chapel, London
Songs of Praise on Sunday afternoons on BBC 1
Premier Christian Radio via their website or on Freeview channel 725
Live worship at 11 am on a Sunday morning from Plymouth Central Hall search YouTube or Facebook for ‘Plymouth Central Hall’
Information about worshipping at home and live streaming of worship from the Singing the Faith plus website here…https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/worship/singing-the-faith-plus/seasons-and-themes/worship-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/
Regular updates from the Methodist Church are available here…https://www.methodist.org.uk/about-us/coronavirus-guidance/
Should you need to make urgent contact, please contact the Superintendent Minister on 01643 705175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will continue to support the life and work of the West Somerset Circuit in other ways – please check this website for updates and
Click here to read The Messenger which we will continue to publish during this closure period.
West Somerset can be contacted anytime 24/7—Phone 0800 801 1808
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For further information,
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The Rank Trust deed objectives are:
To advance the Christian faith and
To further any other objects or purposes which are exclusively charitable according to the laws of England and Wales in force from time to time and offers grants for this work.
Please click here for the
Joseph Rank Trust website
Knights Templar Community Church School.
On 31st January our RE focus day was on John Wesley so I was in school for the day. Over the day we focused on one of John Wesley's sayings - Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you can. We started with an assembly on John Wesley when I told them a shortened version of his life story and showed them what All We Can does today. Then over the morning I went into each class to tell them a bit more about John Wesley, and also his brother Charles. The children were fascinated at the number of miles John rode on his horse and the number of hymns written by Charles. (225,000 miles and 9,000 hymns for those of you who don't know!) I also taught them a song - Jesus' love is very wonderful - with actions.
The Reception children visited the Methodist church and had a good look round. Although the school comes to the church a couple of times a year the children don't really look at the church so that was quite exciting for the younger children. Some of the older children researched a bit more about John Wesley on the computer and produced some wonderful newspaper articles about him with such names as John's Jolly Days, John the Believer, Wesley's Wonderful Words etc. One of the children actually painted a brilliant portrait of John Wesley. Other classes made gifts of bookmarks for the recipients of the Food Cupboard parcels and cards. Big works of arts included a huge cross made up of painted hearts, a heart made up of hand prints, a stained glass window (with tissue paper) of the Methodist cross and flame of the Holy Spirit, a hot air balloon made of smaller balloons with sayings on and a Methodist cross surrounded with flowers. All these were taken into the afternoon assembly so that each class could enjoy what the others had done.
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