BRACKLEY METHODIST CHURCH RE-OPENS FOR WORSHIP
Sunday 27 September
Brackley Methodist Church is now re-open for Sunday morning worship at 10.30am. There are a number of measures that we have been required to put in place in order to re-open … PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ OUR COVID SECURE POLICIES BEFORE JOINING US FOR WORSHIP.
Today is National Police Memorial Day … a day when police officers and staff throughout the country pause to give thanks for those who have died answering the call of duty. As many of you will know our Outreach Worker Malcolm is a chaplain for Thames Valley Police. He says: ‘It seems particularly poignant that NPMD 2020 comes just two days after police sergeant Matt Ratana was shot dead in Croydon. Please remember Matt, his colleagues, family and friends at this tragic time along with all police officers and staff, wherever and in whatever capacity they serve.’
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We understand that some of you will still not feel that you are ready to come out and meet with other people. Please do not feel under an obligation to do so. We hope you will pause at 10.30am to pray for the whole congregation and light a candle if you can. At the same time we will light a candle in the church and pray for you.
In the meantime, the Rev Steve Mann, superintendent minister of the Buckingham, Bicester and Brackley Methodist circuit will continue to broadcast an on-line Sunday morning service. To join today’s service please click HERE (note the service will be available to watch at any time through to next Saturday evening).
Rev Pat’s regular ‘Thoughts for the Day’ can be found here.
‘Can I Just Say Something’ the blog from our Mission Outreach Worker, Malcolm Bromhall, can be found here.
METHODIST CHURCH LAUNCH YEAR OF PRAYER
Please note, Sunday morning worship is the only event that the church is currently open for. The building remains closed for all other groups and activities. For further information, support or in an emergency, please contact the Rev Patricia Olivent-Hayes on 01280 706062/07970 426549 or our Mission Outreach Worker, Malcolm Bromhall on 07887 947569.