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Reflections

In the coming week the Prayer Handbook will be encouraging us to pray with Christians in West Africa, Britain and Ireland. The theme for next week's A Word in Time Bible studies is Prayer and Prudence written by the Revd Dr Richard Clutterbuck.

Walking for Change

Starting on the 13/14 November, Christians across England will be partaking in a Pilgrimage2Paris, calling on world leaders to agree a fair, ambitious and legally binding climate change deal in Paris at the UN climate talks on 27 November. More information can be obtained from the link. http://pilgrimage2paris.org.uk/

Video Thursday: DoTheDadDance

A new campaign in aid of UNICEF UK is raising money for less privileged children, through encouraging dads to film themselves dancing. Contact the Methodist Church for more details.

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Alton Webteam: Sun 09 Dec 10:18am

The 'Crafternoon' held at the Church was a great success as people gathered to enjoy one another's company, make Christmas crafts, sing some carols and enjoy a Christmas tea — much of which was provided by Sainsbury's Community Outreach. Oh... and Father Christmas made an early appearance...

Messy Church Pic Dec 18
Alton Webteam: Wed 05 Dec 9:27am

Messy Church is now held on the first Saturday of the month during term time.We had a great time at our Christmas Messy Church with lots of children and families enjoying a whole variety of activities. We began with table games and refreshments, an intense game matching Christmas Card halves, listening to the advent story and then choosing from a variety of interactive crafts ranging from...

Santa Run edit
Alton Webteam: Mon 03 Dec 9:24am

What a fantastic effort from Liam, Steve and Pete as they represented the Methodist Church in the Santa Run.Running in the team race they crossed the finishing tape to the cheers of the watching crowd. Not only that but they each entered the individual race which was three times as long... with Liam coming in an exceptionally good fourth place and Steve and Pete not too far behind. Well...