Here are links to some prayer resources you might find helpful:
Hadfield Methodist Church belongs to a network of Places of Welcome nationally. These are run by community groups who want to make sure everyone has a place to go for conversation and a cup of tea if and when they need it.
All Places of Welcome are open to everyone and offer:
Our Place of Welcome is on: Thursdays, 10.15 – 11.45
Open to everyone, so please drop in!
Our Repair Café is on the third Saturday of every month - see events page for more details
We are very pleased to be working with The Bureau who now run a coffee morining based at the church on Tuesday mornings, from 10:30am (see poster here). The Bureau are now also offerring a councelling and practical help service on Tuesdays from 12:30pm (see poster here). With The Bureau's help we are in the process of getting an Internet connection so watch this space for more annuncements regarding IT facilities.
New Covid Vaccine Helpline - 07512 998955
This is a new helpline available to Glossopdale residents who may have a query about getting their vaccine booked, about eligibility or anything else that may be causing issues with accessing a vaccine.
The "UK Blessing" video.
"In Christ Alone" Methodist Virtual Choir video.
From Rev Dr Roger Walton (Former President of Conference):- A Methodist Way of Life commitment card is available online at www.methodistchurch.org.uk/MWoL Many people are downloading and finding it useful in this current situation.
The Derbyshire Recovery and Peer Support Service offer an Emotional Support Helpline to anybody who feels they would benefit from having someone to talk to about things they might be having difficulty with. You can call the helpline on 01773 734989 and press option 2. The helpline is open 9:00am – 7:00pm Monday to Friday and 9:00am – 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday.
A Methodist Church FREE phone service to hear prayers and news from the, content is updated weekly.
A worldwide prayer from Tearfund
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing us to acknowledge our fragility and shattering the illusion that human beings are in control. It’s prompting us to examine how we deal with death and dying. This offering regarding planning funerals from The Bible Society may be helfpul.
Our church takes the climate emergency very seriously and has joined the Eco-Church netwrok. We are curently a Silver Eco-Church. Here are some climate links that you might like to look at:
We are proud to support the Derbyshire Stand up to Racism initiative.
STAND UP TO RACISM DERBYSHIRE is part of a national organisation which has local groups. We want to bring people together to challenge racism, celebrate diversity and show solidarity with refugees and migrants.
Stand up to Racism was first established in 2014 in, response to the rise of racism both in Britain and across Europe.