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Christmas Tree Festival - 'follow The Star'

by Judy Povey  |  Posted at 12:10pm on 28th October 2017

FOLLOW THE STAR……….. Is the theme of our 2017 Christmas Tree Festival.

Put the dates in your diary and make sure you keep the weekend free.

Come along and enjoy the array of trees—real ones with the smell of pine as you pass by them, or artificial ones looking  ...

A Prayer For The 'demands Of The Day'

by Alderley Edge Methodist Church  |  Posted at 12:00pm on 28th October 2017
This prayer, included in a booklet ‘This Is The Day’ given to residents of Cavendish Court by those who take a monthly Service there, sums up the feelings we all have as we try to cope with the ups and downs of life:


Lord, be with my family to...

A Prayer For All Hallows Eve

by Alderley Edge Methodist Church  |  Posted at 10:51am on 28th October 2017
Loving God of laughter and joy,

On this Halloween night, we turn to you in the way of our ancient ancestors,

grateful for the abundance of food and festivity that surrounds us at this time of year.

Keep all families and children safe as they embark on their Halloween revels.

Light their way through...

Minister's Letter For October 2017

by Judy Povey  |  Posted at 12:23pm on 14th October 2017
Dear friends,

‘When it’s good, the Church is like a temporary hospital housed in a museum. When it’s bad, it’s like a medical museum with once live exhibits recreating the full horror of how things used to be done in the old days’.

‘Having a faith is a bit like visiting a...

Minister's Letter For September 2017

by Judy Povey  |  Posted at 10:35am on 8th September 2017
Dear friends,

What a welcome we are enjoying after our recent move! It is really good to be here after all the planning and preparation, though we are keenly aware of the amount of unpacking and sorting we still need to do in a short space of time.

We are deeply indebted...
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    Prayer for the day
    For the changing scene all around us as the leaves on the trees have virtually fallen, the gardens are lacking in much colour, and the allotments have yielded their harvest, yet despite the apparent lack of life as the trees and plants rest, there is still growth and colour as the winter plants and vegetables take their turn to show their own growing power.
    Lunchtime Concerts

    Our next Lunchtime Concert will be on Wed 17th January at 1:00pm with Kell Wind TrioAlastair Roberts / fluteGeoffrey Smith / clarinetIan Harvey / bassoon.

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    Events & Services
    Sunday 26th November
    11:00am - Cafe Church
    with Cassie Jennings