We continue to welcome you all back to worship on Sunday mornings. Linda Copeland will lead the service this week. The service will be streamed live and also available after Sunday on The Internet via this link https://www.facebook.com/PLFMethodists
There is no requirement to book a place and you can sit where you wish. Full details are in the Welcome to Worship document circulated in early August.
Copies are available in the foyer and Coffee Plus if you would like one.
The morning service next Sunday, 19th September 2021, at 10.30 am will be lead by Sarah Lamb.
As a sensible precaution it would be appreciated if social distancing, sanitising and the wearing of masks were continued for the time being.
is planning to meet together again on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month starting on Thursday 9th September at 11.00 am in The Lounge. We are a small friendly group who share a quiet time of reflection and prayer together for about half an hour. Everyone is welcome to come along.
will be available in Church on Sunday 12th September
will begin meeting again at 7.45 pm on Tuesday 14th September
will restart on Wednesday 15th September. Full details next week.
Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, September 15th at 2 pm The meeting will take the form of an informal chat about the plan for meetings until Christmas.
Unfortunately, tea and biscuits will not be available.
For this first meeting, we will meet in. Church
will commence again on Wednesday 29th September. Details later.
Please could you save cereal packets for us. They should be flat packed & brought to church by Tues 21st Sept. Also does anyone have any poppy seed heads, Chinese lantern flowers, Honesty seed heads, statice or anything similar dried flower wise that we can use? We need these by the 21st too. Please leave on top of the cupboards in the Church Entrance. Thank you.
We will be supporting “All We Can” again this Harvest. How we do this is not yet decided, but in the meantime, Gill Rhodes is selling homemade jam and beetroot chutney, the monies going to the appeal.
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