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Mission Statement

Our mission 150pxCrownhill Methodist Church welcomes everyone into our Fellowship. We aim, through our worship, Bible study, and prayer to grow closer to God and to bring others into a true relationship with Him. We seek to offer God's love made known in Jesus Christ. We are determined to show this love in action in our daily lives and fellowship, by reaching out into the community and recognising and responding to the needs of the wider world.

Message from Brenton

 

 

 

 

Rev. Brenton Prigge

Contact details 01752 656740 or 07368918980 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Letter from Brenton 27.4.21

Dear Friends

As I write this, it is a glorious Spring day outside. The sky is blue and the birds are singing. My back lawn looks like a meadow with bluebells, primrose, and dandelions. The trees are growing green again. We have hedgehogs that visit us every single night. There are signs of life everywhere. There are signs of life beyond lockdown, too. Many people have had both vaccinations already, and within the next few months we are told most remaining people will have had their second jab. Restrictions are gradually being lifted. In this country at least, things are looking quite positive. And all of this comes in the Easter season, when we celebrate the new life we have in our resurrected Lord Jesus. We often think of Easter as being that one Sunday on which we celebrate the resurrection, but in truth “Easter” on the church calendar is a season that stretches from that Easter Sunday through to Pentecost. It is rightly a seven week long celebration - rightly, because this is no small thing we are celebrating. This is life snatched from the jaws of death. This is light after the darkness. This is hope after despair. This year, more than ever, let us celebrate every sign of life we see. Let us share our joy and our hope with those who need it most. I personally would love to make best use of this spring weather to finally spend some time face-to-face with as many of you as possible. At this point, there are three perfectly legal ways in which I can do that. I can join you for a walk in your favourite park or even in a woodland or on the moors. Or we could meet at a coffee shop that has outdoor seating and chat over a takeaway coffee. (Central Park is one place where you can do both - buy a coffee and either sit and chat at one of their outdoor tables, or take a stroll!). The third option, is for me to join you in your back garden for a cuppa and a natter (both of which I love, by the way). So I invite you to give me a call and let’s arrange a time meet. My mobile is the best way to get me, by the way - 07368 918 980 - the landline works, but I have to confess I often forget to check my messages there, whereas the mobile phone is on me all the time, so even if I can’t take your call immediately, I will see those messages sooner. I really do hope you will take me up on this invitation soon. I feel I have had so little opportunity to get to know any of you in spite of having been among you for three quarters of a year already, would you believe it! May you be blessed. May you look around and see in your own life many, many signs of life and hope. Peace be with you, Brenton 

 


We are open on Thursday mornings between 10am and 11am for private, personal prayer for anyone who wishes to attend.

We can accommodate up to 30 people at a time, socially distanced, but must stress that you should not attend if you feel personally at risk, and certainly not if you are showing signs of having the virus, however mild.

We ask you to wear a face mask, and you will be asked to use sanitiser on entry and exit.

Please bring your own pen to sign in - we need to keep a record of all attendees.

If you need to use the toilet, please use a disinfectant wipe (provided) to clean surfaces after use.

There will be no refreshments offered, but you are welcome to bring your own water, etc.

Please do not hang coats in the vestibule, but keep them with you.
 

Church Council has agreed to re-open the church for Sunday Worship from 7th March.

Most Sunday morning services are now streamed and can be viewed live or later on Youtube (just search for Crownhill Methodist Church) 


 Please note that there are printed acts of worship available on the Methodist church UK website.

 

 

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