How much fun did we have Saturday night?! Check out the Gallery below to see how our evening at Corrs Corner hit an all time high! Colin and Christine … you threw us an awesome party!
Our North Eastern District of The Methodist Church in Ireland are running a World Mission event which will take place on Sunday 23rd February 2020 at 7.00pm Hosted by Glengormley Methodist Church.
An invitation is extended to all church members within the North Eastern District to attend.
May God’s love light your way and lead you into a new year that shines with His special joy. Happy New Year!
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This late night Christmas Eve Service has become a tradition in Mossley. Everyone who attends are in agreement, that, taking part in this time through reflection on the nativity and the singing of carols gives meaning and value to the season.
So make up your mind to join us in a few hours at 11pm and experience the deep sense of joy of having given thanks and then stepping outside and into the gift of Christmas morning.
The noise of Christmas can be overwhelming as we find ourselves running from pillar to post, ticking off the next item on our ‘to do’ list. Bottom line, it’s just incredibly hard to find a sense of peace on the run up to Christmas.
So tomorrow evening why not side-step and ‘gift’ yourself an hour in the glowing atmosphere of Carols by Candlelight. Here we will make our way together through the wonderment of the nativity story, the birth of Emmanuel, God with us.
Service begins at 6:30pm. Mince pies afterwards.
Blue Christmas is a quiet, contemplative service that is an alternative to the more traditional gatherings, where people can hear about the God of love who comes to us in the midst of the mess and pain we know in our own everyday lives and the lives of those around us.
…Blue Christmas provides a space for any of you who are NOT caught up in celebrating.
You are not alone if you are drawn to the possibility of attending a church service over the Christmas period. We hear carols mixed with Christmas soundtracks whilst shopping, mixed in with TV adverts or over the car radio from December day one, However, it’s really special to hear and take part in singing them within a church setting through the retelling of the Christmas story.
Like many songs we sing in church the words are not only a personal comfort, but also prayers for the world we live in…
“Be near me, Lord Jesus, I ask you to stay close by me for ever, and love me, I pray.” – Away In A Manger
So dear reader, whether you choose to (or not to) attend any of our listed services below, the leadership team at Mossley Methodist would like to send you their wishes through the words of another famous carol…
“Good tidings we bring to you and your kin. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”