People of Christ at the Heart of the Community.
Worship at LMC
Worship on Sunday 22nd July @ 9:30am will be led by Kathryne Beetlestone
Next Sunday worship will be led by Sandra Oldroyd
Children attending Sunday School, join in the Service for the first 10 minutes before going with their leaders to follow their own learning.
MESSY CHURCH - SATURDAY 8th September 2018
We are not having a Messy Church in August and the next one will be Saturday 8th September
Messy Church 4pm to 6pm David and Goliath!
Looking forward to seeing you!
Messy Church - 2nd Saturday of each month 4pm to 6pm
Linthwaite Methodist is one of many Churches who make up 'The Methodist Church in Britain' and as such hold the same vision and values, which are:
The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission.
It does this through:
- LEARNING AND CARING
Rev Sue Burton
Rev Sue is our Minister, and we share her with three other Methodist Churches in the Colne Valley - Golcar Providence, Marsden (United with URC), and Slaithwaite. Sue's responsibilities lie mainly on the Spiritual / Pastoral side of our Church life and is the person to contact for Weddings, Baptisms, Funerals etc. For room lettings etc., check the 'Key Contacts' page.
Sue is married to Richard and they have recently become Grandparents to Victoria.
Although Rev Sue doesn't lead every Sunday morning worship, she is usually at most of our other events, e.g. Luncheon Club, Community Card making etc.
Should you wish to contact her: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 01484 300097.
Rev Sue's day off is Friday, so do not expect her to answer that day.
Messy Church for Adults!
As many of our congregation didn't know what Messy Church as all about, and also that they thought the children shouldn't have all the fun we had a Messy Church Service for All! Sue Howard led with theme of 'Where are you nearer to God's heart!' Based on Dorothy Gurney's poem 'God's Heart,' the activities of designing a garden, writing poetry, making flowers (paper plates and wool were required), discussing where you felt nearer to God were enjoyed.