Opening for Worship!!
Six months have passed since the church last opened its doors for a Christian service — it is hard to believe!
Now Atherton Central is very pleased at last to announce that it will be once again welcoming (up to its social distancing limit of course!) those who wish to join them in a very different streamed Christian Service.
Our first service will be on :
SUNDAY 13th SEPTEMBER at 10.30am
Unfortunately we are not allowed to sing as a congregation during the service, but if you would like to join us and prefer to follow the words you are allowed to bring your own Bible and hymn book if you have one.
We would love to welcome all who wish to come and would not want to turn anyone away. However, as we do have limited capacity, please phone or text 07539 852470 to inform church stewards that you would like to attend.
We are sorry but we are unable to offer our usual tea or coffee after the service but you may bring a cold drink with you.
Despite restrictions, and admittedly with a degree of apprehension, we are nevertheless eager and delighted to be opening our doors and worshipping in church once again. We all hope that restrictions will not be necessary for much longer, but whatever the future holds we know that God is with us and He is there whenever one or two meet together in His name. It would be lovely to see again some of our friends from around the circuit in the coming weeks.
Atherton Central Methodist Church
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