TUESDAY 5TH MARCH – ‘WHAT IS TO BE DONE’ MEETING: The follow up meeting to all the discussions held in the Churches will be held at St Giles Methodist Church at 7.30pm. This meeting is open to everyone from across the Circuit.
Please find below the document produced by the Circuit Leadership Team (CLT) – “What is to be Done?”, which considers the future of Lincoln Methodist Circuit. There are two versions of the document, the full version and an abridged version, for you to print out and distribute to your congregation, or you may email it… Read More What is to be done? – A Document Which Considers The Future of The Lincoln Methodist Circuit
MONDAY 27TH MARCH – ST. GILES MONTHLY BIBLE STUDY: this Bible study held at St. Giles Methodist Church is open to everyone in the Circuit, all will be warmly welcome. The study begins at 2pm and is led by Rev Alan Swann Bible Study
A plea from RESTORE FURNITURE (part of Alive Church) In 2016 the team visited over 100 households in Lincoln and delivered 677 items of donated furniture to local people unable to afford basic furniture. We have heard testimonies of families who have been sleeping on the floor or squeezing four to a bed now able to sleep… Read More Furniture Required
PROSPECTS – Please find attached a message from Jenny Robinson (Cherry Willingham Methodist) concerning the development of Special Needs Christian Care Services in Lincolnshire. If you, or anyone you know, cares for someone with learning or physical disabilities this will be of interest to you. MESSAGE
Christian Aid is one of the five largest international development organisations in the UK and works in almost 50 countries around the world. For 70 years Christian Aid has been transforming communities and changing the lives of individuals who were previously trapped in poverty. We believe in life before death, that everyone is made equal in the image… Read More Christian Aid Circuit Rep Required – Aug 2016
Free Debt Help on your Doorstep, with new Debt Centre opening in Nettleham When financial trouble hits, it’s easy to feel alone. It can seem like no one can help or that no one wants to. Local debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) really can help and hundreds of people call each week to… Read More New CAP Centre – Nettleham