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Job opportunity at St Luke’s, Hoylake

Full-Time Church and Community Development Worker We are seeking a dynamic person with passion and vision to help us develop our spiritual life and lead our church family as we seek to discern God’s will for our future. We are a...

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Fun on the beach

Saturday 8th July saw the St Luke’s church youth group and Bromborough’s Late Night Lock In join together for an evening of fun and fellowship on the beach at Hoylake. Various games were played, including two highly...

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Toasty Church at Bromborough

Back in 2011 Toasty Ted – aided and abetted by Rev Marcus Torchon, Deacon Ruth Lackenby and Emma Sofayo – started Toasty Church: monthly worship for children aged 7 and under (and their slightly older siblings), and their...

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Hope Journey at Bromborough

Bromborough Methodist Church is working with children from Reaburn, Mendell and Woodslee Primary Schools. This is a summary of the work January to December 2016. We offered the Hope Journey Epiphany event to all 3 schools. 124...

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Food and Friends at St. Luke’s Hoylake

‘Food & Friends’ Lunch Club is open between 11:45 AM – 1:30 PM every Friday at St Luke’s Methodist Church in Hoylake. We have on average 24 people per week sharing a free meal together.  Many of our members have...

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Saturday Club at St. Luke’s Hoylake

For the last 53 years each 1st Saturday afternoon of the month (excluding August) St. Luke’s, Hoylake has hosted their Saturday Club. The purpose of the club is twofold – to encourage and stimulate the members; who...

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NEWS FROM THE METHODIST CHURCH
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Taken from The Methodist Church's Buzz e-newsletter:
methodist-news.org.uk/BVI-59AZA-D1BI2YXQ0C/cr.aspx

EVANGELISM
The Hope Journey
Wirral Methodist Circuit

A unique education initiative, originating in the North West, is growing from strength to strength and spreading out across the UK.

Founded in 2008 at Hope Farm Methodist Church, Ellesmere Port, The Hope Journey project grew out of a single request from a local primary school’s for some support in the delivery of certain areas of the religious education syllabus. Since then, the project has supported more than 40 different churches across the UK, with funding and support from the Wirral Methodist Circuit and a Connexional Grant.

Nicola Langton-Miller, a school’s worker and author of the programme, said: “I created The Hope Journey as a way for local churches to better support the delivery of religious education at schools.

“Through two-hour sessions, written for specific year groups, children can better participate and engage with the syllabus in a fun, interactive and engaging way.”

Combining training, resources, materials and visits, the project puts churches and schools in partnership to better facilitate faith-based learning.

If you would like to learn more about The Hope Journey project, and how to replicate it in your district/circuit/church, please visit the website or get in touch with them using the email address below.

Email: Nicola Langton-Miller admin@thehopejourney.org.uk
Website: thehopejourney.org.uk
Photo: A year one class learns about Epiphany.
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Taken from The Methodist Churchs Buzz e-newsletter:
http://methodist-news.org.uk/BVI-59AZA-D1BI2YXQ0C/cr.aspx

EVANGELISM
The Hope Journey
Wirral Methodist Circuit

A unique education initiative, originating in the North West, is growing from strength to strength and spreading out across the UK.    

Founded in 2008 at Hope Farm Methodist Church, Ellesmere Port, The Hope Journey project grew out of a single request from a local primary school’s for some support in the delivery of certain areas of the religious education syllabus. Since then, the project has supported more than 40 different churches across the UK, with funding and support from the Wirral Methodist Circuit and a Connexional Grant.
        
Nicola Langton-Miller, a school’s worker and author of the programme, said: “I created The Hope Journey as a way for local churches to better support the delivery of religious education at schools.
        
“Through two-hour sessions, written for specific year groups, children can better participate and engage with the syllabus in a fun, interactive and engaging way.”
        
Combining training, resources, materials and visits, the project puts churches and schools in partnership to better facilitate faith-based learning.
        
If you would like to learn more about The Hope Journey project, and how to replicate it in your district/circuit/church, please visit the website or get in touch with them using the email address below.

Email: Nicola Langton-Miller admin@thehopejourney.org.uk 
Website: thehopejourney.org.uk
Photo: A year one class learns about Epiphany.

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Wednesday Welcome continues at Trinity.
If you would like to come along any Wednesday and experience the session it starts at 11.30am. We would love to see you and share the ongoing story...
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All welcome this Friday. refreshments follow the service ...

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