Mossley Methodist Church
Market Place, Mossley OL5 0HE

Early Communion 
3rd Sunday each month 10am

Sunday Worship  11am

 

Minister

Rev Julie Coates
e-mail 

to go to Mossley's dedicated 
web site click the church image left

 


crafts, games, 
stories and songs!

all ages welcome!

bring some food 
for a shared lunch

Sunday 14th October 
from 10.30am




 

Mossley Methodist Church began the 
Holy Habits
programme at Pentecost 2018. 
It will be a two year opportunity to deepen our discipleship by forming and/or developing habits that will help to bring us as individuals, and as a church community, closer to God. 

These ten particular habits are inspired by the description of the early Church in 
Acts 2:42-47

All ten of the habits are interrelated and each one of them will take us on an adventure as we seek to intentionally deepen our faith and serve God in our daily lives. Although we will be exploring them one at a time, we will always be building on previous learning and discovering ways in which they overlap. 

Holy Habits are for everyone - young and old - at whatever stage of the Christian journey we currently find ourselves. Like the original disciples we are called to devote ourselves to these practices - this is not a quick fix - but it is something that we can integrate into our existing activities. 

 

To find out more about the ways Mossley are developing Holy Habits click here

Holy Habits was developed by Rev Andrew Roberts, a Methodist Minister and specialist is Discipleship 
within the Methodist Church's Discipleship and Ministries Learning Network.
To find out more about Holy Habits click here

 

 
 

 

 

Mossley Methodist Church 3rd - 7th April 2017

Fifty seven local children had a great week of fun and games at the ‘Go M.A.D!’ (Make A Difference) holiday club! The week was  full of crafts, drama, music, puppets, puzzles, quizzes, games and Bible stories.

Each day there was an episode of a drama play starring Doctor Phew and his assistant Hannah – complete with their Tardis. The Tardis also doubled as a puppet theatre so that the children could catch up with the daily adventures of Larry and Barbara.

The children spent time every day learning about some of the Biblical characters who did unusual things much to the amazement of those around them. Inspired by these stories, and contemporary examples from Christian Aid, each child recorded a statement declaring what they would like to do to Make A Difference in our world today.

When asked what they liked best about Go M.A.D! one of the children said,
I loved the crafts at the start’, others stated ‘I liked the games’ and one addedI loved all of it!'

Parents commented on how their children couldn’t stop talking about the club when they got home. One said: ‘My children both really enjoyed it this week. Thank you. It has exceeded our expectations.’

Thanks go to all of the volunteers from the Ashton-under-Lyne Methodist Circuit who freely gave of their time to make the week a success.

Rev’d Julie Coates
Superintendent Minister

 

 

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