Holiday Club won’t be happening this summer in its normal format. However the organisers are exploring ways to bring the Holiday Club experience to the children in order to keep their interest and bring them closer to Jesus. Please pray for the organisers so that with God’s guidance they may be able to offer something for the children’s enjoyment and spiritual growth.
This virtual choir and band have recorded an amazing version of Matt Redman’s “10,000 Reasons”. Follow the link below to watch this recording on YouTube. Two members of our congregation took part – can you spot them?!
If you would like to join the choir here is the link that will enable you to do so:
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:
Here is a copy of the weekly circuit newsletter which as lots of information and links:
10:30 Zoom Worship led by Hexham Trinity.
A time to worship God together with an all age stand for families. Contact John Vincent for the Zoom information (email@example.com)
Haltwhistle Methodist Church Online Service
in video format both on website and you tube www.facebook.com/Haltwhistle-Methodist-Church-246663642712838 or website www.haltwhistlemethodistchurch.co.uk
Material for Prayer and Reflection
Regular reflections are being posted on the Tynedale Circuit Facebook page
and on the Circuit Website https://www.tynedalemethcircuit.org/devotional-resources.html
A Thought for the Day is being shared each day apart from Sunday by Haltwhistle Methodist Church. This is available on their website and Facebook pages: www.haltwhistlemethodistchurch.co.uk/thought-for-the-day or www.facebook.com/Haltwhistle-Methodist-Church-246663642712838
Thy Kingdom Come — The North Tyne Churches will be joining in ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ a world wide prayer movement inviting Christians from around the world to pray from Ascension Day Thursday 21st May to Pentecost Sun 31st May, praying for friends and family to come to faith in Jesus Christ. Booklets are available ‘Jesus loves all’ to use during this period which include a bible reading, reflection, prayer and action. To order your copy please contact Deacon Anne Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
Worship Resources and Midweek Reflections are being provided for Slaley and the rest of the Moorland Group by Rev. Helen Savage (http://moorland-group.org.uk and https://www.facebook.com/moorlandgroup/
Bible Study Groups
Tuesday at 8pm from 28th April for 5 weeks — Come People of the Risen King: A Bible Study on Acts.
Contact David Goodall for the Zoom information (email@example.com)
Video of Teaching on previous Sunday’s Bible Study passage Haltwhistle hhtps://www.facebook.com/Haltwhistle-Methodist-Church-246663642712838
Thursdays at 7.30 pm, from 7th May, Bible Study on the Psalms
Details from Rev. Paul (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A number of Hexham Trinity’s Housegroups and also young people’s groups are meeting in virtual
formats Please contact John Vincent to find out more (email@example.com)
Activities for Children and Young People
Sunday at 7.30 pm Hexham Trinity Youth Group.
A Zoom Youth Group for young people age 13+ contact Tara Barrick for the Zoom information (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A number of Hexham Trinity’s Children’s and Young People’s groups are meeting in virtual
formats Please contact Isaac Webb (email@example.com) or Tara Barrick (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more (email@example.com)
Messy Church, Bible Stories and Activities — On the Third Thursday afternoon of each month a video version of Messy Church at Haltwhistle is posted, on the other Thursday afternoons there are recordings of stories from the Lion Storyteller Bible. From Monday to Friday there are daily crafts on Messy Church Facebook page at Haltwhistle https://www.facebook.com/HaltwhistleMessyChurch/
Please also remember there are regular updates on the Circuit Facebook page
also regular updates on the Circuit Website http://www.tynedalemethcircuit.org/devotional-resources.htm1
Stocksfield Methodist Church is providing services for you to join at home during the current crisis. Contact Rev. Jenny Porterpryde to get the dial up or log in details for the services. See Contact page for details.
“Phone” worship – Sunday, 2.15 pm. During the service everyone will be muted so that you only hear the people leading the service. After the service you will be un-muted and able to chat.
“Zoom” worship – Sunday, 7.30 pm. Download the “Zoom” app on your computer, tablet or phone. Select “Join a meeting” and enter the meeting ID and password.
Please join and enjoy the fellowship of “meeting up” with other members of the congregation.
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:
Wesley’s Chapel in London will continue to live-stream worship, adapted for no physical congregation.
Sunday 9:45 and 11:00.
All these services will be available at: www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAUqhmhevz5sqhh72LIMxA
Swan Bank Methodist Church in Burslem will also live-stream worship
“Live Your Faith” 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.
Here’s a link to help parents set up an in-line youth group:
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.
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!