Mossley Methodist Church
to Mossley's dedicated
Tuesday 16th October seven people from Mossley
Methodist Church visited Liverpool City Centre
Ian J K Hu, originally from San Francisco, is the Minister and
they meet as an inclusive faith community around the making
and sharing of bread. There were some regular visitors and
starting point was in the Bread room where we were met by Ian
and some of his facilitators,
were split into pairs each with a facilitator and the process
began. Everything was very precise starting
with Ian weighing out each pair's
flour. Choice of organic white, wholemeal or granary.
dough was then placed into proving ovens for twenty minutes during
which time we brewed up
next step was a bit more kneading of the proven dough to ensure
no air was left and then to
the baking time we went back to the Cloud Room for reflections
and prayers led by Ian.
This was a wonderful way to celebrate the meaning of
more information, the Bread Church web site www.somewhere-else.org.uk
Methodist Church began the
particular habits are inspired by the description of the early Church
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
Mossley Methodist Church 3rd - 7th April 2017
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.
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