Dates for your diary
2nd November At 3pm
at Little Malvern Priory
by The St. Giles Singers, Andrew Caskie, Linda Tolchard, Tim Sidford, Alison
Hunka and Malcolm Macleod.
collection in aid of Save the Children
10th November 10.45 Remembrance Sunday
Please note the time for the service. This will allow us to hold the 2 mins silence at 11.00 am.
1st December Advent Service (Please note this will not be a Service of Holy Communion)
December 3.00pm –5.00pm
let Eric have your Christmas:
Readings, Songs, Favourite Carols, Stories
Bring family and friends and also a "Bring and Share" offering.
Two meetings are being held to help us to better understand the setting of the Nativity.
22nd December 11.00 Family Communion
24th December 11.30 pm Midnight Communion (CW)
This service will be candlelit so please bring a small torch.
25th December 8.00 am Holy Communion (CW)
11.00 am Christmas Service (Family Service ~ everyone welcome)
12.00 noon Holy Communion (BCP)
29th December 11.00 am Holy Communion (BCP)
6.00 pm Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols. This will be candlelit so please bring a small torch.
THE CHRISTIAN LIFE:
It begins with Wisdom and ends
A contemporary reflection on the first and last
GUEST SPEAKER: NEIL HUDSON
Rev. Dr. Neil Hudson is the Director of Church Relationships
at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
He leads the team that conducted the teaching on the Frontline course
that was held in Malvern last year. Alongside working with LICC, Neil is also a
church minister in Salford, and also worked at Regents Theological College for
12 years,, initially as a lecturer and then as Vice-Principal.
Arts Centre, Regents Theological College
Bank, West Malvern
Voluntary donations on the door
Car parking in
Elim’s car parks or in nearby roads
2020 Ignite Events….. Book the dates now
4th March: Mike
Pilavachi Leader of (Soul Survivor)
Great Malvern Priory
7th and 8th October: Gavin
Calver (Chair of Spring Harvest)
LANSDOWNE CRESCENT METHODIST CHURCH
SATURDAY 19TH OCTOBER 7.30pm
LANSDOWNE QUESTION TIME EVENT
ASSISTED DYING – RIGHT OR WRONG?
We are very fortunate
to have the Rt Revd Dr John Inge, the Bishop of Worcester, to be the chairperson
and a strong panel consisting of:
· Mr James Howley, from the Campaign
for Dignity in Dying;
· Dr Michael Harper, a former GP
experienced in hospice work and is a Director of the
· Lyttleton Well;
· Dr Hugh McMichael, a former GP
experienced in hospice work and is an Honorary Research
· Fellow of the University of Bristol
· Dr Helen Stanton, Tutor in Ethics
and Doctrine, Queens Foundation, Birmingham.
is a sensitive topic, there will be chaplains available in the audience for
private discussions if required. We hope that this will be a major event in the
life of Lansdowne Methodist Church and will attract a large audience to come and
understand more clearly the issues around this important subject.
Please come along and invite any friends/relatives who might have an
interest in this area.
are available as usual through the Eventbrite website (https://assi
sted-dying-debate.eventbrite.co.uk). Alternatively, there will be a limited
number of tickets available on the night.
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