The circuit has provided daily prayers during Lent – please see the attached document, or you can download it here.Daily prayers for Lent
This Sunday 1st July we’ll be giving thanks for the young people in church. Come and join us at 10 am to celebrate!
We are really excited to announce that the one and only Duggie Dug Dug (Doug Horley) is going to be coming to Horfield Methodist Church on Sunday 28th January at 11 am to host a Praise Party!
It will be to help celebrate 119 years of worshipping God in our building. (We can’t believe we’re that old either…) There will be singing, dancing, jokes, and roof raising praise, and we really can’t wait.
After the service, we will have a traditional Messy Church lunch, where we will get the chance to share fellowship with each other and Doug and his team who will be joining us for food!
(There is no booking or buy ticket required.)
One the Sunday 13th December, we joined with people all over the country at 11 am to sit in silence and remember those that died in war, those that war affected and those places that war is not just history, but is happening now.
Our Junior Church made a wreath to place on our memorial plaques, learning about why we use the poppy to remember those fallen in war. One of our church members also embroidered the verse from the famous poem For the Fallen by Robert Binyon:
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.