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Soul Food starts again 9th January

Soul Food is a social relaxed get together in Bridge 49 to learn how to cook healthy,  low cost food and enjoy sharing it.  Sessions run from 10.30 to after lunch.
Next dates:
9th January
13th February
13th March
Please let Lesley Coles know if you are coming on 07966440646.

Messy Church this week

Our next Messy Church will be this Thursday, 22nd September.  As usual the session will run from 3.15 to 5.15 p.m. and will include crafts, a Bible reading and a sit down meal.  This session’s theme is the parable of the mustard seed.  New families and new helpers are welcome.

Children’s Holiday Club at Bethel

There will be a Children’s Holiday Club at Bethel Methodist Church on Wednesday 31st August and Thursday 1st September from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., aimed at ages 5-11.  Activities will include Lego, songs, crafts, games, cookery, Bible stories and more.  There is no charge, but donations will be welcomed.

To book a place, or for more information, contact Laura Mitchell at methodistsatmountcharles-families@gmx.com

Messy Church 9th June

Our next Messy Church will be on Thursday 9th June.   The session will run from 3.15 to 5.15 p.m. and there will be crafts and other activities as well as a sit-down meal.  New families and new helpers are welcome.

Messy Church

Our Easter Messy Church on Thursday 7th April will be Lego Church, which was originally planned for two years ago until you-know-what came along and scuppered our plans.

The session will run from 3.15 to 5.15 p.m. and there will be craft and cooking as well as the Lego activity. New families and new helpers are welcome.

Messy Church

You are invited to join us for Messy Church again on:

Thursday 3rd February
Thursday 3rd March
Thursday 7th April.

Sessions will run from 3.15 to 5.15 p.m. and there will be crafts, music, worship and a simple meal. New families and new helpers are welcome.

Remembering 2020

I’m sure we all agree that 2020 was a very unusual year, with normal church activities suspended because of Covid-19. Mount Charles Church found one way to offer worship in line with the restrictions by holding some drive-in services in the church car park. You can now view photos from these services on the “Drive-In Worship 2020” page of this website.