15th- 22nd May.
Morecambe's Methodist Church has 3 sites; we are increasingly working together led by our Mininster Rev. Roy Burley.
This website mostly tells you what is happening at Torrisholme
Our Joint Mission Statement is
“Knowing Jesus, making Jesus known.”
This website carries a page to tell you what is happening at Bare. Click onto their page at the head of this page
Click on this link to visit Wesley's website:
A list of forthcoming events , dates and times can be found on the What's On page..
A varied and exciting programme of music performed by students of
RNCM at 7.30pmSaturday 11 th June 2022 TORRISHOLME METHODIST CHURCH
Christina Wong Violin
Alexandra Wilkinson Voice
Anna Lepki Clarinet
Isla Hallewell Harp
Georgia Campbell Flute
Accompanist: David Jones.
Tickets £8, students free
Including refreshments Tel: 07920326307
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, inviting Christians to pray from Ascension Day to Pentecost that more people wil to come to know Jesus.
From the start its start in May 2016, Thy Kingdom Come has become a movement. Christians from more than 170 countries have been praying ‘Come Holy Spirit’, so that friends and family, neighbours and colleagues might come to faith in Jesus Christ. Praying together across diversity and difference, every person, household and church has been encouraged to join in prayer.
Historically, Christians have focussed prayer, In the days between Ascension and Pentecost, for the coming of the Holy Spirit, the same as those first believers.
We intend to issue free copies of a booklet written by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to everyone attending Torrisholme Methodist Church on Sunday 22nd May..
Thy Kingdom Come encourages each of us to hold five specific people in prayer, that, through us, their lives will be touched.
For resources, click https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/prayer/thy-kingdom-come/ :
"God’s inclusive love for all people
The Methodist Church wants every person to know they are valued and yet sometimes we leave people out without noticing. This might include, as examples, people with no income, people who do not have children, people who have mental health issues, or people who work shifts. Our valuing of all people needs to go beyond the legally protected ‘characteristics’ so that we take notice of, listen to and learn from one another across all differences.
We are ‘one in Christ’.
Discover Church at the Margins What does it mean for the Methodist Church to be a justice-seeking church?
See "Walking with Micah"
If you have accessibility needs for these pages, such as alternative formats or languages, please send your request to: email@example.com "
The Inclusive Methodist Church Webpages have gone live, including resources available for people across the Connexion. There will be blogposts, Methodists news, and a video to promote them. I have had a small hand in this work over the past 2 years, that is still on-going. Thank you to those who have generously provided me with their own stories. I will still welcome hearing from you if you have come across or experienced yourself instances of exclusion or marginalisation. Please do promote this work in any way that you can. It is good to see the Methodist Church taking a lead in justice, dignity and solidarity. submitted by Sue Spencer
NEURO DROP-IN’S JUBILEE GARDEN PARTY-
11:00am- 4:00pmFriday 3rd June
at Torrisholme Methodist Church
Dress From the Decades
Prize for the best dressed
Vintage Afternoon Tea
Familly Fun & Entertainment
To support Neuro Drop-In’s event, the church will be open for and put on an exhibition, music of the time and flowers.
If you want to be involved, please contact Sue Spencer or Sylvia Fearn.
Led by Simon Stewart, the Chaplain at Cornerstone, we meet on Zoom once a month and
agree a manageable section to read
We finished Speaking Christian by Marcus Borg
The current book is Jesus Before Christianity by Albert Nolan, to be followed (in a few months!) by
The First Paul by Dominic Crossan and Marcus Borg
Our next meeting is on
Thursday May 26th 16.00-17.15ish
Please email Liz Dean firstname.lastname@example.org
to find out more or speak to Sue Spencer.
(Submitted by Linda North- Prayer Buddy Coordinator)
To celebrate the first anniversary of the prayer buddies scheme in our circuit, there will be a meeting for anyone who would like to learn more about it at Brookhouse on Wed. June 1st at 7pm. If you would like to attend, please contact Linda before May 2nd, so that the organisers have an idea of numbers.
Our prayer buddy is over the next few months Wesley Methodist Church .
Please remember them in your prayers–
Perhaps you would like to write a prayer for them, if so please forward it to me and I will share it with them.
They will be praying for Torrisholme; I have asked them, on behalf of our church, to pray for our minister and stewards, the ministerial team and for guidance for the way forward as we try to reconnect with the local community and those who have yet to return.
BARE METHODIST CHURCH HALL
1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.
Coffee 10.00 am, Meeting starts at 10.30 a,m.
This is an ecumenical group open to all men of any denomination or none
On the first Wednesday of each month
at 10:00 a.m. at
SEFTON ROAD UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
Coffee from 10 and then
10:30 a short ecumenical service with Holy Communion.
All are welcome to join us- we have a varied selection of speakers from all denominations.
"Where two or three gather in my name, I am among them."
Meet for car sharing at
Torrisholme Methodist Church
at 12.45 pm Next date to be arranged
(Walks are usually 3-4 miles finishing at a tea room.)
WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH,
Middleton Road, Heysham.
We meet at 2:00 p.m.on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday each month.
The initial subscription remains at £5 but the subscription for each meeting is increased to £3 including refreshments.
A social meeting for ladies of all ages with a varied programme of speakers and events.
Please come and join us
NEW MEMBERS ARE MOST WELCOME
You will also be able to find earlier editions if you click OUTLOOK at the head of the web page.
There will be no further issues of this until a a new Editor steps forward. Weekly notices will be distributed on a Sunday morning at church. Please email Sue email@example.com if you would like notices emailed to you.
A REMINDER that Lyn & Bernard (Tel 417662) are still supplying fairly traded goods from Traidcraft.
Next Sunday Stall will be on 19th June
They have a stock of some 40 everyday items - from dried fruit and pasta to hand-wash and gardening gloves - and can deliver these if you are unable to collect.
Ask for a price list or just call in at any time!
We meet fortnightly. We ask for donations to church funds of £2.00 to cover costs.
No charge for Children . Come and bring a friend
Get in touch with Judy for details (415640)
We are celebrating that we can once again meet face to face at church on a Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m
We are an ecumenical group, coordinated by Linda. Please feel free to join us in the church for half an hour of quiet prayer.
Prayers will continue to be posted by the Prayer Group on the Website's Worship page.
These will usually be changed monthly
You can find the Practice Guidance on Carrying Out Disclosure and Barring (DBS) Checks as part of Safer Recruitment (January 2018 )
by clicking this link:
by going to the Safeguarding page on this site.
If you need to talk about a Safeguarding issue, please ring Rev. Roy Burley (411642) or Sue Spencer (411868)
Torrisholme Methodist Church,
Torrisholme, Lancs, LA4 6LS
We are near "The Shrimp" roundabout that links A589, B5321, B5275, and Westgate.
turn right, towards Torrisholme village, at the crossroads, just before the traffic lights at the pedestrian crossing, on to Longton Drive. Norwood Drive is the next turning on the right.The building is on the corner.
Take Bay Gateway towards Morecambe and Heysham (indicated by Ferry Terminal signposts). Move across to the right as you approach the traffic lights (close to MacDonalds) towards Morecambe town centre/seafront.
From this point you have joined the A589 from Lancaster, then follow the instructions above..
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