Ryhall Methodist Church

Sunday Worship at 3 p.m. at the Methodist Church on the corner of Mill Street and Crown Street. ALL WELCOME 

For now we still need to keep the Covid rules to keep everyone safe, so: 

  • wear a face mask (unless exempt) 
  • sanitize hands on entry 
  • ensure our contact details are recorded. 
  • keep social distance of 2 metres (unless in the same bubble) 
  • chat as little as possible until outside afterwards. 
  • Still no singing, but we can hum quietly behind masks, which can form beautiful harmonies! No refreshments yet. 

Services for July: 

July 4th – Testimony Service, led by Iain Cameron 

July 11th – Service with Holy Communion, led by Rev William Booker 

July 18th – Garden Service in the garden of Mr. & Mrs. Hindmarch opposite the chapel, led by Rev William Booker, with music from Barn Hill band, followed by refreshments in the chapel. 

July 25th – Testimony Service, led by Maz Roberts. 

July 11th we are invited to the village Thanksgiving Service at St. John’s Church at 10.30 a.m. 

Zoom Bible study group Thursdays 2.30; tell me and I’ll send the link. 

Sunday Online services at 10.30; access via: 

Facebook by joining the group ‘Ryhall Methodist Church’. 

Through the Stamford Methodist Circuit website. They remain on You tube (put in the You tube search box “Act of worship for Stamford Methodist 

Circuit” and the date). 

or on: https://stamfordmethodistchurch.online.church. 

Daily 7p.m. Evening Prayers Online. Access is as for Sunday services. 

Developing the chapel building. After the work on the walls, roof and ceiling are completed, renovation is now nearing the point when we can start decorating the hall around late August / early September. If you can help with any painting or other skills, please tell Charles Bannister. We have to raise lots of money for it, so contributions and fund raising ideas welcome. 

I will be walking on pilgrimage from Ryhall to Epworth (birth place of the Wesleys) starting Aug 16th. Would you like to sponsor it towards the renovations? 

Come and see! 

William Booker (williambooker10@gmail.com Tel: 01778 380195 

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