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.
Tenebrae – a service of shadows. Eight candles are extinguished one by one during the service leaving only the Christ light.
Easter isn’t Christmas…well that seems obvious. What I mean is Easter doesn’t seem to have quite the same impact on British culture as Christmas does. Despite the fact we get two bank holidays, there is no ‘Now that’s what I call Easter’ album, no Easter lights around the town, and no Advent calendar countdown to the big day. Or is … Read More
Job Advertisement The Liskeard and Looe Methodist Circuit require a Circuit Treasurer Got to the Info page for more details and the application forms
Does being a Christian have anything to do with Europe and whether we are in or out? The Methodist Church is part of the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) together with several other Christian denominations. The purpose of the group is to work together and reflect on issues that affect our society from a Christian perspective. They have published an … Read More
There’s great excitement in the life of the Liskeard and Looe Circuit as they start to build a new website!