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Lent Groups



THE WAY TO FREEDOM

At Chorlton Methodist Church, Wednesdays, 7.30-8.45

Led by Dave Gallimore and James Grant

In a culture which places such a premium on personal freedom, this course invites us to explore the true freedom of living in the love of God and others. We will primarily be using bible study but will also be touching on the life and writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German theologian executed in 1945.

Wed 22nd Feb- Ash Wednesday  service (St Clement’s) 8pm

Wed 29th Feb- What is freedom?

Wed 7th Mar- Discipline

Wed 14th Mar-Action 

Wed 21st Mar- Suffering

Wed 28th Mar- Death




THE UNRECONCILED

At Wilbraham St Ninian’s Church (side entrance) Thursdays, 7.30

Led by Ruth Dillon and Sue Rowe

This course asks questions about peace, division and healing, within and between ourselves, and within the wider community, preparing ourselves to meet God in the ultimate reconciling work of Jesus. Bible study will  make up a large part of this course.


Thur 23rd Feb- Self and other

Thur 1st Mar- Separation and unity

Thur 8th Mar- Speaking and listening

Thur 15th Mar- Wounds and healing

Thur 22nd Mar- Heaven and hell

Thur 29th Mar- Lies and truth




Community Remembering & Thanksgiving Service


An opportunity for people to come and remember those we love who have died.
@ Chorlton Methodist Church on Saturday 31st March at 4pm.
All are welcome



                                                                                              
Good Friday


There will be a time for quiet reflection in the church using pictures and images which focus on the events of Good Friday. Drop in anytime between 10.30am and 12 noon.




Easter Sunday


Easter Morning Worship Service at 11am with communion, all are welcome to take communion.



Sale Gilbert and Sullivan Society

Present an evening of Gilbert and Sullivan music


At: Chorlton Methodist Church

 Friday 27th April 7.30pm


Tickets : £6 (concessions £5) available on the door or email us

Light refreshments also available 


Manchester Road Players
 
Are an amateur dramatics society based at the church, which puts on a number of performances each year. (see their website via the 'links' page for more details)


Please email us for more details of any of the above.
 
 
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