Services for October 2019
|Date||Traditional Service at 10.30 am led by:-||Celebration Praise in the hall at 10.30 am led by:-|
|6th||Paul Wilson||Rev. Romeo Pedro (with communion)|
|13th||Worship Together in the Church led by Rev. Peter Shilling (Harvest Thanksgiving, Church Anniversary, Boys' brigade enrolment)|
|20th||Deacon Richard Beckett (With Baptism)||Graham Kinnersley|
|27th||Rev. Romeo Pedro (with communion)||Local arrangement|
|Every Sunday at 1.30 pm United Methodist Church of Zimbabwe|
We are a lively, energetic and friendly church that offers a choice of worship on a Sunday. We also have many different groups and activities for all ages and to suit all needs.
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Autumn Walk in Salcey Forest
Sunday 6th October 2019 @ 2pm
Meet in the car park for an easy 2 mile walk around the forest followed by refreshments in the cafe.
Pushchair, bike and dog friendly
Please let Mark and Erica know if you plan to come
Pot luck lunch
Sunday 13th October
Join us after the services.
Take a chance, meet new people and enjoy the company of friends.
It's Friday Club Breakfast on Sunday
Sunday November 17th @ 9.30 am
Breakfast before the service
cereal, croissants and bacon rolls.
All are welcome
Monthly Prayer Theme
Prayer Theme - October
A prayer in unstable political times
Loving Heavenly Father,
You are the source of all wisdom. We pray for guidance for our Prime Minister and our MPs, as they strive to find a way forward that deals fairly with all those affected by our departure from the EU.
Father, you are the source of all hope. May we never take for granted our freedom to vote; to voice our opinions; to worship you without fear of persecution. In our longing for political stability, may we not give up the fight for justice. Give our MPs the stamina to pursue what is best for everyone who calls this country home.
Father you are the source of all love. Help us to honour your command to love our neighbour. May we celebrate and embrace the diversity of our neighbourhood.
Father may we never lose sight of wisdom, hope and love in these difficult and uncertain times. May we never lose sight of you.
We bring our prayer in Jesus name,