Mossley Methodist Church
to Mossley's dedicated
Fun at Mossley's Musical
the Easter holidays over 30 children enjoyed a week of fun and games
the week the children entered various levels of an imaginary computer
the Thursday, family members were invited to stay at the end of the
session for a party tea.
addition everyone learnt, recorded and performed seven new songs
of the songs were about key Christian values including truth, patience
The final session on the Friday was followed by an evening concert at which the children performed the seven songs. All of the audience agreed that this was the best Friday night entertainment on offer in the whole of Greater Manchester! Afterwards the families were given access to the online code to download their own copy of the recorded album.
commented on how keen their children were to get to the club each day.
loved the songs, the games and the puppets.’
favourite song was “It’s over to you!”’
enjoyed the crafts especially the scratch art.’
Julie Coates recorded thanks to all of the volunteers from the Ashton-under-Lyne
Methodist Circuit who freely gave of their time to make the week a
success. She said,
initiative was assisted with funding from Mossley Town Council.
particular habits are inspired by the description of the early Church
All ten of the habits are interrelated and each one of them will take us on an adventure as we seek to intentionally deepen our faith and serve God in our daily lives. Although we will be exploring them one at a time, we will always be building on previous learning and discovering ways in which they overlap.
Holy Habits are for everyone - young and old - at whatever stage of the Christian journey we currently find ourselves. Like the original disciples we are called to devote ourselves to these practices - this is not a quick fix - but it is something that we can integrate into our existing activities.
To find out more
about the ways Mossley are developing Holy Habits
Holy Habits was
developed by Rev Andrew Roberts, a Methodist Minister and specialist is
Mossley Methodist Church 3rd - 7th April 2017
day there was an episode of a drama play starring Doctor Phew and his
assistant Hannah – complete with their Tardis. The Tardis also
doubled as a puppet theatre so that the children could catch up with
the daily adventures of Larry and Barbara.
ă The Methodist
Church, Ashton- under- Lyne Circuit 2018
Registered UK Charity No. 1136791
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