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We are people of God who seek to encourage spiritual growth and social well-being, so that we can work with others to bring true worth to the lives of people in our communities.
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Mid Lincolnshire is one of ten circuits in the Methodist Lincolnshire District
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Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.-Romans 8:39
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Wragby - 10:00 Sunday 3rd July
United Service in Dove Park
Maundy Thursday at Scamblesby
Agápe:- Greek agapē, in the New Testament, the fatherly love of God for
humans, as well
as the human reciprocal love for God. Greek for eternal love or selfless love.
In Scripture, the transcendent agape love is the highest form of love.
Doing something for another person, whether you know them personally or not,
is a shining
example of this particular kind of love.
Rev Cilla led the evening and seamlessly blended the preparing and
serving of the meal with the Communion of the Lord's Supper. The
congregation/guests were an ecumenical blend of people from various
local churches. The conversations were enlightening as were the
readings from the scriptures.
The tables were arranged in a square, with one side missing, so as to
represent a horse shoe shape, making conversation and interaction
varied and comfortable. The 2 course meal was a delicious home
cooked cottage pie, followed by a choice of puddings, in the spirit of the
meaning of agape love.
The evening was thought-filled and convivial and we all left,
appropriately, with bowed heads and in silence.
What a wonderful, and I’d add a successful evening, thankyou.
Churches in Horncastle Area Together held a vigil for Ukraine on
Sunday night, 27th March, attended by over 40 people representing the different congregations in the area. Prayers for peace from the different traditionswere shared. We lit candles to remember all those affected by theconflict and held silence. We finished by singing Psalm 23.
Here is the Methodist prayer for Ukraine which was one of those shared
at the vigil.
Holy and Gracious God
We pray for the people of Ukraine and the people of Russia; for their
countries and their leaders.
We pray for all those who are afraid; that your everlasting arms hold
them in this time of great fear.
We pray for all those who have the power over life and death; that they
will choose for all people life, and life in all its fullness.
We pray for those who choose war; that they will remember that you
direct your people to turn our swords into ploughshares and seek for
We pray for leaders on the world stage; that they are inspired by the
wisdom and courage of Christ.
Above all, Lord, today we pray for peace for Ukraine.
And we ask this in the name of your blessed Son.
Lord have mercy.