Our on-line service this week the service is led by the Rev. Brian Hutton who, using Hebrews 11, explores ways we can 'Grow New in the Faith'.
Join us for a cuppa...
Weekly...at our coffee morning every Friday from 10:15 am to 11:45. There's tea, coffee, biscuits (and sometimes cake!) and always lots of chat.
or Monthly.. when, on the first Sunday of the month, we swap our normal morning service for one starting at 2:30 pm - and we follow it with afternoon tea!
It's a great opportunity to meet up with old friends - or make new ones - over a warming cuppa and a tasty snack. What could be nicer?
There's no charge (though donations are always welcome) and we're always happy to see new faces. Please join us if you can, you'll be very welcome.
...on alternate Sunday evenings, starting at 7 o'clock, we have an hour of fellowship when we can catch up with each others' news and share a brief time of prayer via Zoom. Contact the Rev John Howard for the link.
...and to see some of the other ways we have been active in the community over these past months, just click here.
You can keep up to date with what's happening around the circuit on our own Facebook page! Just click on the image below.
Alternatively, click here for the latest edition of The Teesdale
Worm - the newsletter for the new Darlington and Teesdale circuit.
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Find out more about its vital work by clicking on the logo. You'll also find Bible studies and a wide range of resources for children and young people.
The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) is a partnership between the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Methodist Church, and the United Reformed Church.
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On the 1st Sunday of the month our service will be at 2:30 pm. - and there'll be afternoon tea to follow (see below)!
On the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays worship will begin at 10:30 am.
And where there's a 5th Sunday, we'll be joining with other congregations in the area as part of Upper Teesdale Churches Together.
You'll be made very welcome any of our services - we'd love to see you!
Chat & Play
Chat and Play is BACK - and it's weekly! Click here for more info.
Dial a prayer!
Of course, not everyone has access to a computer or the internet so to give them some support the Methodist Church is offering a free 'Dial-a-Prayer' service. If you know of anyone who might benefit from this service, please pass on the information, below:
FREE phone lines for prayers and news from the Methodist Church
Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514
Listen to the President and Vice-President: 0808 281 2695
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Being there... for you!
If you have any worries or concerns where you feel prayer would help please post your request here. And If you are alone and have limited access to help and support, please use the prayer link to let us know you need help and we will do our best to pass the message on to the appropriate agency.
If you're worshipping at home, use the links below to access the wealth of material now being made available for prayer and reflection, as well as information about live-streamed services.