Moorland Park Methodist Church is part of the Lincoln Methodist Circuit and The Methodist Church in Britain

Prayer Pointer for the week

Prayer Pointer for this week

For those in our community affected by conflicts,

That they may find Hope and Peace


Girls’ Brigade Event

Traditional Fairground Games for all ages – Saturday 17th November – 11.30am to 2.00pm. Prizes will be awarded in each category. Also refreshments which will include cakes, hotdogs and tea cakes. All welcome. Proceeds for GB Funds.


AMY'S BOYS:  - A ‘Meditation for Remembrance’. This is the story of a Lincolnshire family during the war, told in sound word and song. The  last  two performances are on  Friday 16th and Saturday 17th November. All performances are at 7.30pm - please see the poster on the noticeboard in the entrance for details of location of these performances.


Silence –This is the beautifully illustrated pocket-sized souvenir booklet that has been produced to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War. There are still a small number available if you have not received a copy or  if you want to take a copy to a friend or relative who you feel would benefit from receiving the gift.  


Worship Consultation Evening on Tuesday 20th November at Moorland Park Methodist Church. The evening will start at 7.30pm. This is for worship leaders, local preachers, church stewards and anyone else who is interested


Circuit Service at St Giles Methodist Church, at 6pm on Sunday 18th November. – This is the Welcome Service for John Lawson who is joining the Circuit ministry team as the Team Leader for the Eden Project on St Giles. Sarah Belcher (from The Message Trust) will speak at the service. All are invited.


Leprosy Catalogues are now available from Brenda for you to select Christmas Cards and gifts. Also All We Can – Extraordinary Gifts – Catalogues are available on the table in the Connect Lounge.


Please look on the noticeboard in the entrance for details of other events taking place or at and

The Christmas Sacks appeal, led by Bridge Church, aims to help hundreds of families in the city who are struggling to provide for their families at Christmas either due to financial difficulty or ill health.

This year we will have a ‘Giving Tree’ in the entrance with tags that explain who you can buy for. So you can pick a tag; buy a present and then place it under the Christmas tree. If you prefer you can still buy a non- specified gift and leave it under the tree. Also we will be collecting chocolates, sweets, Christmas treats plus non-perishable food. Wrapping paper and sellotape will also be needed.

So look out for the ‘Giving Tree’ that will be set up shortly.

Families who have been referred to the project will have an opportunity to go to the Bridge Central and choose gifts for their children. They will receive a wrapped gift for themselves and be able to choose what food they would like to have. There will also be wrapping stations where they can wrap the gifts themselves or simply take paper and sellotape home to wrap the gifts.


Fund-raising weekend for Oases Trust – A total of £231.00 was raised.


Christmas Tesco collection for Lincoln Foodbank is on Thursday 29th November, Friday 30th November and Saturday 1st December at the Tesco store on Wragby Road, and also at  Canwick Road. If you are able to offer 2 or 3 hours on one of these days to help at the store or to help drive the van then please have a word with Sheila D.


Sunday 18th November at 7 pmSacred Space - quiet prayer at Lincoln Cathedral

Wednesday 21st November, starting at 10.30 amLincoln InterFaith Walk & World Hello Day gather at Lincoln Cathedral, walk down Steep Hill, halt outside the Jews House (Lincoln Synagogue), then outside the small Mosque on Orchard Street, the Quakers (Friends Meeting House) on Beaumont Fee, ending at the Town in the Tipi.

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