The details for joining the Sunday service have changed:

Join via the Internet:
Click here to join the Sunday Service at 10.30am on a Sunday
* If prompted to enter a meeting ID, enter 935 8460 6158
* If using a computer you can join with or without installing Zoom
* If using a tablet, you may be prompted to install the Zoom app

Join via the Telephone
If you would like to listen in, at 10.30am on Sunday:
* Dial 0330 088 5830 on your telephone
* When it asks for the access code, enter 935 8460 6158#
* When it asks for your ID, press #
* Calls will be charged at the standard UK rate

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Welcome to the Leigh and Hindley Methodist Circuit

We are a group of 11 churches and 2 Primary Schools in the Leigh and Hindley area, part of the wider Bolton and Rochdale Methodist District.

The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. We are committed to growing in Christ both as a body and as individuals, through worship, learning and caring, service and evangelism.

Listen to all of our podcasts on our SoundCloud page.

Click here to find out how to join our Streamed Sunday Service.

Click here to listen to recordings of our Sunday Streamed Service.

Click here to listen to our weekly Circuit Podcast with Rev Vivienne Smith and Rev Luke Smith.

Click here to listen to our weekly Podcast led by Rev John Fisher.

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Prayer of the day

Come, O most gracious Redeemer, and dwell within us and reign where you have the right to reign. By your Holy Spirit take possession of our souls and lead us in the ways of righteousness and peace. Amen. 

John of Kronstadt (1829-1908)

In the darkness of the night, 
may we catch a glimpse of the distant light. In the cacophony and clamour of life, 
may we hear the whisper of God's voice.

In the anguish and pain of death and disaster,
may we feel the breath of hope.

In the convolutions and disagreements that weigh upon us, 
may the Word of God lighten our load.

In the loneliness and aloneness of a busy world, 
may we know the presence of our creator God.
For the earth is the Lord's and so are we.  

Elaine Halls, presbyter, South West Wales Circuit

Daily Bible Study

Luke 10:17-24

'I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and intelligent and have revealed them to infants.' (v. 21)