"I don't believe that any Church, or committed Christian, should be able just to pass by on the other side when most of the world lies half-dead in the road". Rob Cotton Knutsford Methodist Church.
The Gospel is the good news that God is restoring our broken lives through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Whether you are looking for a new church home, or are in a time of personal crisis, we hope this video will speak to you. Do you have questions about Jesus or would like to know more about our churches then we would love to connect with you. Just email us your questions.
The Circuit, one Church 11 locations, two Primary Schools, located in and around Leigh. On our website you can find information about the churches themselves, details of our worship services, along with news of our activities. Our noticeboard and diary inform you of forthcoming events, and here you will find various articles that may be of interest to you. Whether it's your first time visiting a church or you've been attending your whole life, you can take steps to grow in the Leigh and Hindley Methodist Circuit.
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In love, O Lord, all your works have begun; by love you sustain them and in your love our life is everlasting. So let the beginning and ending of all our loving be to see you O God, for ever and ever. Amen.Julian of Norwich (c.1343-c.1417)
God of grace and love, the future seems uncertain and dangerous, so we become distrustful and obdurate. We are willing to believe only those who agree with us, and are fearful of difference. We become angry and defensive, hurting others before they can hurt us, regardless of the consequences. In responding to the gospel of your love for us in Christ, help us to remember that, although you were announced by angels, you came to us vulnerable as a new-born child. May all that we offer in your name be filled with compassion and kindness. Amen.Sheryl Anderson, Liverpool District Chair
2 Kings 4:42-44
"A man came from Baal-shalishah, bringing food from the first fruits to the man of God." (v. 42)