Friends from the Liskeard & Looe and the Taunton Circuit joined together to quietly reflect on ‘Pilgrimage’ at the Global Family Mission/MWiB ‘Reflection Day’ at Buckfast Abbey. Our base for the day was the small Methodist Chapel in the grounds of the Abbey. The day with it’s ‘grace filled conversations’ was organised by Revd. Sue Hill and Revd. Debbie Kirk, … Read More
Sisters and brothers in Christ, I write to you from the Methodist Conference in order to act upon a resolution which it passed yesterday afternoon. What follows is the text which the Conference agreed should be read in all our churches this coming Sunday, or as soon as is possible. The statement is also shared on our website www.methodist.org.uk/nationallife where … Read More
“She would have wanted two things above all else to happen now, one that our precious children are bathed in love and two, that we all unite to fight against the hatred that killed her. Hate doesn’t have a creed, race or religion, it is poisonous. Brendan Cox, Husband of Jo Cox One of the lectionary readings for this coming … Read More
An inspiring evening when the Circuit prayed for and supported the oppressed Dalit people, was held on24th march 2016. The annual Easter Offering service, part of the work of Methodist Women in Britain (MWiB), encouraged a broader congr43egation to bless the monies raised by being a Circuit service. the joint Anglican and Methodist congregation of St John’s Church, Pensilva were … Read More
Join us at Liskeard Methodist Church on 14th May at 6.30pm. Quiz master extrordinnaire Mr. Martin O’ Connell will challenge your little grey cells. Plenty of cake and fun for all ages.
Come along and join us for an evening of musical wonder with Simeon Wood. An accomplished composer and performer, the word versatile doesn’t begin to describe his talent. Friday April 29th 7.30pm Tickets available on the door. Simeon and Chris Evans
After our recent visit to Spring Harvest at Minehead here a few snapshots of some of the highlights/challenges that happened in the few days there. The theme this year was “Gamechangers” and each day there was a focus on episodes in the life of Moses and how his life was changed. There was a key word for each day: Encounter, … Read More
What is it? Each year, the Methodist Church holds an Easter offering dedication service. The tradition of the Easter Offering dates back to 1883 when women in Manchester collected £32 from ‘Christmas pennies’ at family gatherings on Christmas Day at lunch for Missionary work overseas. In March 1884, the London Districts distributed Easter envelopes and collecting bags asking for a … Read More
Throughout Holy Week the church at Liskeard has been open for the opportunity to ‘Experience Easter’. Stations have been set up around the church providing an opportunity to think and pray about the events leading up to Easter Sunday.