There was a wonderful atmosphere at yesterday's service as a packed Church witnessed the introduction of 24 new members.

This remarkable number is testimony to the strong growth and attraction of the Triangle during its first year and to the 'welcoming' nature of our congregation - long may this continue!

Those present heard a passionate message from Rev. Hilary about keeping and expressing our faith and of not being afraid to fail or fall short. As the Bible tells us, the disciples constantly let Jesus down but in the end they came through.

As we sang the classic Methodist hymns chosen by some of our new members, And Can It Be, How Great Thou Art, I Cannot Tell & Who Would True Valour See, you could feel the swell of emotion as the words of faith & commitment echoed down the years. We pray that we can carry those sentiments and actions forward into our daily lives.

God Bless us all.

Kindly provided by Stuart Whittle.

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Welcome to the Triangle Community Methodist Church, we’re glad you’re here.

If you’re new to our church family, a few things to make you feel at home amongst us:

Evening Service: 6.30pm
(2nd Sunday of Each Month)

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Sunday: 10.30am

(lasting about 80 minutes)

Evening Service: 6.30pm
(2nd Sunday of Each Month)

Morning Worship, Junior Church & Crèche.

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday of each month.

All Age Worship: 3rd Sunday of each month.

Baptisms, Marriages and Funerals arranged, please contact Rev. Hilary Howarth
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Service Review: 19th Nov 2017

The theme of the service was ‘What if John came to the Triangle today’, and after the welcome by our own minister, Hillary Howarth, and she opened the service with hymn number 264 in Sing the Faith ‘Make way, make way’ and it was sung with gusto and enthusiasm.

We then welcomed our first guest John the Baptist! Not THE John the Baptist but our own Glen dressed as John the Baptist preparing the way for the Ministry of Our Lord, Jesus the Son of God. Glen played a fantastic part and the throwing of the balls was enjoyed by all.

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