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Nunthorpe Methodist Church
Connaught Road,
Nunthorpe,
Middlesbrough
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Rev Susan Greenwood (Superintendent)
suegnms@ntlworld.com
 01642 288075

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Communion - Share Bread & Wine as Jesus did with his disciples


Methodists encourage eveyone to share communion bread and wine. On the days when we celebrate communion, we give the young folk the longest time to enjoy their activities and then ask them to rejoin the main body of the church to partake.

Nunthorpe church bless and use ordinary bread and alcohol free wine.

Neither you or your child needs to be a member of the church to accept communion but if you would prefer a blessing instead, simply don’t lift your hands to take the bread. The Minister will often place their hand on the head or shoulder, saying a short blessing.

If you or your child do not wish to come to the communion table, this is also acceptable. You will not be focused upon. Some may have already attended a service earlier or perhaps have an allergy to the wheat, so you will not stand out.
Feel comfortable… you and your child are our guests.

Parents are very welcome to stay with younger children whilst they are getting to know the church and their fellow group members.

Cogs - the Children of God Squad meets each week as part of Sunday Worship.

There are currently 3 age groups:

Primary under 7's    Juniors 7 yrs to 11 yrs   Seniors 11 yrs and older

The young people in CoGS join the church family for the first part of the Sunday worship and then go to their activities elsewhere in the building.

The activities within all the sessions reflect our Methodist teachings but are crafted so that new members and visitors can enjoy their time with us.

If there is time and weather permitting.. activities may spill out in to Noahs play garden!

3rd Sept 2017
Children of God Squad looked at Jeremiah and the Potter


    “O house of Israel, can I not do with you as this potter?” says the Lord.

    “Look, as the clay is in the potter’s hand, so are you in My hand, O house of Israel!


    God as the potter and Israel as the clay "underscores God's complete control" (Isaiah 29:16; Isaiah 45:9); The remolding of the clay to form a vessel fit for the potter "symbolizes God's action in reforming Israel."

Date

Reference

Theme

Notes

03-Sep

Jeremiah 33

New Start


10-Sep

Matthew 21: 28-32

2 sons in the vineyard


17-Sep

Matthew 20: 1-16

Work payment for vineyard


24-Sep


Harvest service

All age service

01-Oct

Luke 21: 1-4

Widow's mite


08-Oct

Mark 6: 30-44

Loaves and fishes  feeding 5 thousand


15-Oct

Kings 3: 16-28

Solomon's judgement wisdom 2 women


22-Oct

Ecclesiastes 3: 1

Time for all things


29-Oct

Matthew 13: 45 -46

Precious pearl


05-Nov


Nativity    MW Sheep and goats


12-Nov


Nativity    MW Remembrance


19-Nov


Nativity    MW 10 Bridesmaids


26-Nov


Nativity    MW Christmas story


03-Dec


Nativity    MW Christmas story

Toy service

10-Dec


CoGs - Nativity

Nativity service

17-Dec


Christingles

All age service

24-Dec



No service, Carols later

31-Dec


Combined service at Stainton


07-Jan

Matthew 2: 13

Mary & Joseph flight to Egypt


14-Jan

Genesis 6-9

Covenant Noah's ark


21-Jan

Genesis 15

Abraham - God's Promises


28-Jan

Genesis 22

Abraham Test of Faith


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