“Online Services”

To join in with a service during the Coronavirus outbreak in the comfort of your own home either use the devotional sheet from the Northampton Circuit Website

Worship at home resources

Or watch a live streamed service at the times shown below

Service from Wesley’s Chapel, London

Service times

Wednesday 12:45

Thursday 12:45

Sunday 9:45 and 11:00

Swan Bank Methodist Church in Burslem, this worship is studio based – with strict distancing rules being followed

Sundays 10:30

www.youtube.com/user/SwanBank and www.facebook.com/swanbank/

Morning Prayers

09:00 Wesley House, Cambridge

10:00 Wesley’s Chapel, London

Hope Centre Donations

A big thank you to everyone who donated food to the Hope Centre.  After I collected donations from church, when it was lovely to see people again, I took them to the Hope Centre warehouse where they were very gratefully received.  Please see the attached pictures, John is the man in black who is the food club co-ordinator.  He told us many of the formerly homeless are currently housed in student accommodation at St John’s in the town centre, with around 20 who have not coped and are back rough sleeping.   
Our next date for Street Church is December 13th so we will organise another food collection along with Christmas gifts, more details to follow nearer the date.  In the meantime, if anyone would like to make a donation please let me know and I will pass on Hope Centre account details for a bank transfer.  Once again, thank you very much to all who supported this initiative to help support some of the most vulnerable in our community. 

The Godspot

Monthly Prayer Theme

Prayer theme September 2020

Loving Heavenly Father,

Thank you for the knowledge that nothing can separate us from your love.

We pray for courage and confidence as we all adjust to the “new normal”;

for children, students and staff returning to education; for those going back to their workplace; for carers supporting the vulnerable; for those who look after children and grandchildren; for our church families who long to worship  together again.

We pray too for all those for whom life has been changed forever by the pandemic; those who are bereaved; those who have lost their jobs; those whose mental health is damaged; those who are left fearful and anxious about the future.

Give wisdom to those in leadership roles, in government, in local authorities and in our own church and circuit. Help us to know how best to fulfil your mission in this changing world, where the secure and familiar seems to have fallen away.

We pray especially for those who miss the practical and spiritual support of Street Church, now not meeting as before. 

May we as individuals and as a church reach out to those in need and go forward in love and hope.

We bring our prayer in Jesus’ name,