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On Sunday 2nd July we welcomed back Rev. Anne Cash whose theme was, coincidentally, 'Welcome' - and more specifically, 'Are we welcoming enough?'

This is of course a rather sensitive subject at the present time when we look at things like the UK's response to the Syrian Refugee crisis and the decision to leave the European Union in order to control migration (amongst other things).

However there have also been encouraging signs in terms of the public responses to the Manchester & London terrorist atrocities and the horrific Grenfell Tower Block fire.

We would all like to believe we are a 'welcoming Church' and that 'everyone is welcome here' but we have to constantly pass the test. It is certainly unnerving to think that God is watching us and monitoring our reactions and responses to those less fortunate than ourselves but may that thought serve to inspire us in our daily lives as we strive to make his world a better place for everyone.

God Bless - Stuart Whittle

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Welcome

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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Services

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
Tel: 01204 291698 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Do Nothing To Change Your Life

Call to worship: Jesus said “Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.

HYMN: 20 “Be still”

Prayer Reading: Psalm 46

Spiritual de-clutter

Les has always said that when I die on my grave stone it’s going to say “She cluttered!” I do clutter it’s quite true. I don’t like to throw things away and I’m the magpie that collects everything because you never know when it will come in useful! Everything can be turned into a sermon illustration!

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