Category Archives: Sermons

Morning readings and lesson from Mossley Methodist Church

Full Steam Ahead

Our new church calendar has gotten fully underway, and after the summer break old and new friends are joining us for morning worship, plus building relationships by signing up to clubs and events.

Some of our congregation still have to make it back to us from either being poorly, having to work or happily enjoying the last few weekends at their caravans. Know that you are missed and in our prayers.

Its great to have Alan back leading us in worship. So if you or your neighbour are missing out on his teaching then just follow the LINK below and find September sermons listed on our LISTEN page.

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Ever thought about MWI?

… then join up for the fellowship and worth while causes within the church throughout Ireland and beyond!

Ladies of all ages, we meet Mondays once a month. New members and ‘Old Favourites’ are ALWAYS welcome. Your guaranteed at each meeting an interesting visiting speaker, good friends topped off with a cup of tea and biscuit (and sometimes Sandras home baked goodies).

Please find our programme for this church year listed below:

MWI Programme 2018:

  • 3rd September / St. John’s Ambulance with Margaret and Steven
  • 1st October / Mission Box Opening Night – INDIA with Sharon Campbell
  • 12th November / Christmas Outing – Dine &  Old Crumlin Cinema
  • December Christmas Break

MWI Programme 2019:

  • 7th January / Pets As Therapy with Sandra
  • 4th February / World Federation with Louise Wilson
  • 4th March / RNLI Donaghdee with Alan Louser
  • 1st April / Coordinator of Strangford Stone Project with Mary Todd
  • 20th April / AMARA Larne Charity Shop with Iris Stewart
  • 27th May / Quiz Night with Suzanne and Evelyn
***Dates For Your 2019 Diary***
Sunday 10th March / MWI Service with Linda McGriffin
Saturday 1st June / MWI Outing (details to follow)

Irish Methodist, World Development & Relief: UPDATE

The Irish Methodist World Development and Relief department continue to share updates on projects and ways on how we can get involved …through participation or prayer, OR BOTH.

2019 Fundraising Treks

Applications are now open to join World Development & Relief and The Surf Project to trek in the Himalayas in April 2019. The treks are in aid of WDR partner Kopila-Nepal and The Surf Project. Whether you want to climb to Everest Base Camp or trek the Himalayan trail, we would love to have you on board. It will be the adventure of a lifetime and the money you raise will change lives in Nepal and here in Ireland through the ministry of the Surf Project.

Visit www.methodistworlddevelopment.org for more information or email Tim at worlddevelopment@irishmethodist.org.
Apply by 1st October 2018.

WORLD DEVELOPMENT & RELIEF visit to partner in Zimbabwe

From 8-18 September, WDR staff and volunteers will be on a media and monitoring visit to Dabane Water Workshops. The team would value your prayers as they prepare for their time there, particularly in light of the recent Presidential elections. Keep an eye on the WDR Facebook for updates while they’re there – WiFi permitting!

Mossley Methodist Ramblers – Summer & Early Autumn 2018

Three more walks added of various grades. Getting out for fresh air, at a healthy pace and with great crack …and of course a coffee shop pit-stop allows for your own personal reward – Coffee and a bun time!

So if you are fit, aged between 8 to 80 (children require accompanying adults) and kitted out in the correct walking footwear / waterproof clothing your very welcome. Speak to Evelyn for event information, times, special requirements or if you need a lift..

Rathlin Island Day Trip – loop, easy grade – 5 miles: 28 July 2018.

Causeway Coastal Path (new route via Causeway and Bushmills) – linear, moderate – moderate ++  grade – 5 miles: 11th August 2018

Lagan Tow Path, Minnowburn & Giants Ring – Loop, moderate/moderate+ grade – 8 miles: 22nd September 2018

Rambling walks are undertaken at your own risk and we accept no liability for any accidents – ultimately your and your child’s safety is your own responsibility.