! Find out what happens with this link to Conference 2017 ( Birmingham). http://www.methodist.org.uk/conference/conference-2017
It's a link to the Conference page which in turn has links to President & Vice President's speeches.
Both speeches can be viewed as video, listened to as audio or read from text, whichever you prefer. If you choose video you will be able to view Methodist tartan as worn by the Vice President Jill Baker.
Did you know there was such a thing?!
The Methodist Church like other organisations is working through the implications of the new dataa protection regulations. A Privacy Notice has been produced that sets out how the whole Methodist Church, including this one,uses and protects the personal information they hold. A coopy of this notice can be found online at https://www.tmcp.org.uk/about/data-protection/managing-trustees-privacy-notice
Radcliffe-on-Trent Methodist Church is joining in this year's Bible Month initiative alongside many churches around Britain.
Through June our preachers will be focussing on the story of Jonah.
If you want to find out more, there is a free magazine to download from the Methodist church website http://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/the-bible/bible-month/
The Nottingham South Methodist Circuit Spring Walk took place on Saturday, 26th May.
We started at Ruddington at 10 o'clock, visited Clifton and finished at West Bridgford with a Bring and Share Tea.
Thy Kingdom Come was part of a Global wave of prayer between Ascension Day (10th May) and Pentecost (20th May).
The Methodist Church joined up with different churches locally and up and down the country to pray at a variety of events.
As part of 'Thy Kingdom Come', Radcliffe-on-Trent Methodist Church joined with the other Radcliffe churches and prayer walked every single street in Radcliffe and Upper Saxondale.
Crossing the ford by Crookford Hill on a 6 mile circular walk from Clumber Park Hotel to Hardwick Village and edge of Clumber Park. Good weather and reasonably dryish paths. Coffee and cake afterwards at Thorsby Hall courtyard cafe.
On the evening of Saturday, 3rd March, about 40 church members and friends met in the Hall to eat together. The meal was Italian-themed with a menu consisting of tomato salad and mozarella cheese, a main course of delicious home-made Lasagne (with or without mushrooms and a vegetarian option) and a dessert of, of course, Cornetto ice cream.
This food was greatly enjoyed by everyone, but the main object of the evening was fellowship and conversation, of which there was lots - even while eating was in full swing!