100 Days of Prayer for Peace, Hope & Reconciliation
Sunday 4 August 1918 was observed as a National Day of Prayer, called by King George V. One hundred days later the war ended.
Praying for peace from 4 August to 11 November, 2018:
We are hoping to put 100 prayers in our Church window. If you would like to join in, please write a prayer on a butterfly template and put it up when you visit.
On 4th November there will be a specail Peace Service in the afternoon starting at 6:15pm.
If you want to join in the 100 days of prayer personally, a prayer calendar can be found by searching for "Rememberance resources" at www.hopetogether.org.uk.
Throughtout Advent we featured an Advent window at church - every day a new window was opened, featuring paintings by local infant schools, our Toddler group and the Rainbow Brownies.
Cry for Creation
At Hadfield Methodist Church hosted a display of art work on the theme "Cry for Creation" as part of the Speak Up Campaign Week of Action against climate change in October 2016.
Drawings, paintings and collages were displayed in our Church Window.
In addition we created an online photo gallery that featured photos of the local area (and a bit farther afield). You can visit the site using this link.
On Saturday 23rd April 2011, we organised a Passion Play that took place in the streets of the village. The play started at St Charles Roman Catholic Church and stopped at various locations in Hadfield finishing at St Andrew's Church. The cast included yoing people from the (then running) Cell Group, as well as people from the congregation. Some of the photos from the event appear below. You can see more photos and read about it in more detail using this link.