Events

  • Sat, 23rd March, 2019

    10:00 am

    Walking Group

    Meet at Church car park for 10.00 am departure to West Leake for a 6.7 mile round walk to Kingston, Ratcliffe on Soar and Sutton Bonington. Mostly track/field with 2 short road sections. Bring drinks and packed lunch. May be wet/muddy in places so wear suitable gear and good boots.

    Location: Radcliffe on Trent Methodist Church

    Contact name: George Smith

  • Sat, 23rd March, 2019

    7:30 pm

    Finding Our Part in God's Amazing Plan

    Over the last year I have spoken a number of times about the need to find our particular part in God’s amazing plan.

    During Lent we are going to begin a process to discover what this is, so that we can make good decisions about the future.

    In this first stage we will looking at God’s purpose for this church. We will be asking why is it important to you and what difference does it make to others?

    Everyone has a contribution to make to this conversation, and we want to consult as many people as possible, so you are invited to join as at one of these meetings*:

    Monday 18th March – 7.30 pm

    Saturday 23rd March – 10.00 am

    Thursday 28th March – 2.00 pm

    Each meeting will last about 90 minutes. Please do come along to play your part.

    Mark Roberts.

    * If there is demand we will look at doing one more in April.

    Location: Radcliffe on Trent Methodist Church

    Contact name: Rev Mark Roberts

  • Mon, 25th March, 2019

    Methodist Women in Britain

    MWiB Days of Fellowship – Monday to Thursday March 25 to 28th.

    This year our Days of Fellowship will be led by Jill Baker, former connexional MWiB President and former Vice-President of Conference.

    The cost of the day will be £16.50 which includes coffee, lunch and conference expenses. Times 10.30am -3.45pm.

    If you would like transport on Thursday 28th March please contact Jean Smith before 3rd February at the latest.

    Location: Willersley

    Contact name: Jean Smith

  • Mon, 25th March, 2019

    Methodist Women in Britain

    Willersley Days of Fellowship 25-28 March.

    Speaker Jill Baker.

    Location: Willersley

    Contact name: Jean Smith

  • Wed, 10th April, 2019

    10:00 am

    Alive 'n' Springing

    Wanted! Alive 'n' Springing Volunteers! Easter Fun Day here at the Methodist Church.

    This year we are having a (village) Easter Fun Day looking at new life in Jesus with many new life / spring crafts, worship and lunch.

    Alive 'n' Springing is the title!

    Could you please look at your diary and if you are around Wednesday April 10th to come and lend a hand please?

    The day is from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm and children will be accompanied by an adult.

    Helen Roberts is looking for people to help with crafts, coffee and celebration songs or just be there, so we have smooth turnarounds.

    Location: Radcliffe on Trent Methodist Church

    Contact name: Helen Roberts

  • Wed, 10th April, 2019

    11:00 am

    Bereavement Listening & Information Time

    A Bereavement Listening & Information Time is held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.

    11 am to 12 noon at St Anne's Meeting Room, New Road, Radcliffe.

    A warm welcome with tea and coffee waits you however recent or long ago the breavement.

    Contact name: dlc10@live.co.uk

  • Sun, 12th May, 2019

    Christian Aid Week  12 - 18 May 2019

    Christian Aid Week 12 - 18 May 2019

    ‘All mums should live’

    Sierra Leone is the world’s most dangerous place to become a mum.

    Every day 10 women die from giving birth.

    In Sawula district, the community struggle with a clinic which has no electricity and only two delivery beds. Jebbeh is heavily pregnant but as her baby grows, it’s not joy that fills her heart, but fear. When Jebbeh’s sister Fatmata went in to labour, there were so few ambulances that Fatmata had no choice but to walk for three hours under the baking sun, to the nearest hospital. The journey was long and with every step Fatmata struggled to keep walking. Jebbeh told us: ‘My sister was crying out with hunger. She died on the side of the road. She never gave birth.’

    This Christian Aid Week, together, we can make childbirth safe for mums and babies. Through our gifts and prayers, we can help give the world’s poorest mums a chance to live. Stand with mums

    This Christian Aid Week, 12-19 May, our community is organising a House-to-House Collection throughout the village, as we have done for many years.

    Will you be a partner for change?

    Will you volunteer to help in the House-to-House Collection this year?

    Contact name: Malcolm Anderson: Email malcolm.anderson2@ntlworld.com

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