The next guest speaker in our Faith To Live By series of services at Haslingfield Methodist Church will be led by Revd Robert Dolman on Sunday 8th June 2014. His address is entitled: ‘Primitive Physic and its Implications for Christian Lifestyle Today’. The evening will involved a short service, and address, refreshments and an informal discussion. Everyone welcome. Read more
A Holiday Club for Primary Aged Children will be held at the Methodist Church from May 26th to 30th (mornings only) and led by John Hardwick an experienced leader, and entitled: ‘Cops and Robbers’ based on the story of Joseph. Anyone who is willing to help for all or part of the week, Please contact Elsie or Phyllis Salmon at the Methodist Church.
The May Messy Church will be on Friday 16th May from 3.30-5.00pm at the Methodist Church.
We will be concluding our Colour Theme with ‘The Rainbow-Everybody Matters’.
Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation – Fun – All age – Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and of course be MESSY. No commitment, no cost. Come and try it.
On Sunday 11th May at 6.30pm our guest speaker at the Methodist Church will be Dr Derek Nicholls. His title will be ‘Rural Roots: Strength or Stumbling Block’. There will be a short time of worship, an address, refreshments and an informal discussion. Everyone welcome. Read more
Our guest speaker on 27th April 2014 at 6.30pm at the Methodist Church will be Daniel Woodhouse and his title will be ‘Let Justice Roll On Like a River: Nonviolent Direct Action’. There will be a short time of worship, an address, refreshments and an informal discussion. Read more
The next Film Club evening will be held on Friday 25th April 2014 in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission free. Running time 113min. Certificate PG. With subtitles for the hard of hearing. Read more
A Holiday Club is being arranged for Primary aged children from May 26-30th mornings. These will be run by John Hardwick a trained youth leader and entitled ‘Cops and Robbers’. Anyone who is willing to help for all or part of the week, please contact Elsie or Phyllis Salmon or Revd Alison Walker at the Methodist Church.
After the 6.30am Sunrise Service on Barrington Hill on Easter Sunday (20th April) an Easter Breakfast will be served from 7.30-9.30am at the Methodist Church. Proceeds to charity. Why not start your Easter Day with a cooked breakfast even if Barrington Hill is toooo early?
This Friday 14th March at 3pm in the Methodist Church. The theme is Brilliant Black. Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation – Fun – All age – Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and of course be MESSY. No commitment, no cost. Come and try it.
There will be an ecumenical service to mark the Women’s World Day of Prayer in the Methodist Church on Friday 7th March at 6.30pm. The service was prepared by the women of Egypt. All are welcome
Haslingfield Christians are offering a Week of Prayer to our village from 5th-11th March 2014.
Haslingfield Christians includes All Saints’ Parish Church, the Methodist Church, Roman Catholic House Group and Christians who worship at other churches in the city and in other villages.
There will be 9 places in the village for you to ‘Pause and Ponder’. If you are unable to join the Guided Walk on the 8th March, just walk around the village and pause at each one a moment to read and reflect.
A Lent Course will begin at 1.30pm Thursday 13th March 2014 at Haslingfield Methodist Church. It will meet weekly on Thursdays at the same time (1.30-3.20pm) and is available to all Christians in Haslingfield.
This Friday 14th February at 3.00pm in the Methodist Church. The theme is Radiant Red. Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation – Fun – All age – Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and of course be MESSY. No commitment, no cost. Come and try it!
Have a look at our new web site and find out about church and community activities. There is Coffee House, Community Film Club, guest speakers, activities for young people and much more. Watch a welcome video by Catherine Dixon our student minister. Did you know the first Methodist Chapel in the village was built in 1867 with donations from local farm workers and the building still stands today? Do you know where it is?