Tynedale Methodist Circuit is posting online worship for the week on Youtube and Facebook.
Just search for “Tynedale Methodist Circuit Worship for the Week” in your browser and click on the link you require.
Stocksfield Methodist Church is a small community offering a huge welcome. We are committed through worship, fellowship and service to growing as disciples of Jesus and building a vibrant Christian community.
The Tynedale Methodist Circuit website as several resources and links to help you with your devotions and spiritual growth during these difficult times.
Visit the site at:
The Methodist Church is providing services for you to join at home during the current crisis. Click on the following link to access these services and much more:
Bible Study meetings are still running each week on Tuesday evening at 7:30-8:30pm via Zoom They have been working through a book called Holy Habits. All are welcome. For more information contact Fiona Jesson (01661 844717) or Rev Jenny Porterpryde (01661 833869)
“Roots at Home” is a weekly reflection based on lectionary readings. It includes prayers and readings and is produced by Roots for Churches Ltd. You can find out more by visiting http://www.rootsontheweb.com.
Click on the links below for January 2022 Roots at Home to open the PDF documents
Trust the Father, Son,
and Holy Spirit,
with those things that you don’t understand, or
that are out of your control.
When you are worried
God is not worried!
He knows what will happen –
if you trust in Him,
if you will let The Son, Jesus Christ,
be in control of your life!
For Jesus guides and protects those
who belong to Him,
who choose to believe His promises.
Have faith in God,
His promises are sure.
His love never fails.
He is not worried about tomorrow.
Here is the link to a recording of “The Blessing” made by churches across the UK:
Lord bless our homes.
Bless our communities,
Bless our NHS and all key workers
and bless our World with healing health and peace.
Ongoing contributions to the West Northumberland Food Bank of non-perishable food particularly cartons of long life milk, fruit juice, flavoured packs of noodles, jams & tinned meat, fish, fruit and vegetables continue to be welcomed as the need for food parcels is still necessary. The number of people seeking help has risen by 37% in the past year. Sue Applegarth will be happy to accept either food or alternately monetary donations. There is a basket in the Church Hall for any contributions. Please note that unfortunately the food bank is unable distribute food that is outside its sell by date.
We still need your loose change… We have now raised £1738. What a fantastic response we are having, not only from our own Church family but also from those we are reaching out to in the village! Don’t stop saving your coppers every little helps!