Dear Friends,

I begin by wishing you all a very Happy New Year. I trust that you managed to Celebrate Christmas and the New Year, at some point, with your friends and family. I wonder what God has in store for us as a church and as individuals during this year of "Hope 18" ?

 

Looking back at 2017 it is impossible to escape the clear ways that the Father has pointed His love at us. We have been blessed and loved right from the core of His being.

We love Him for how He continues to move us, shake us up and mould us.

Looking forward to the New Year 2018 with KMCyouth and KMCyoungadults fills me with a fresh sense of excitement and anticipation. I CANNOT WAIT for all that God has in store for us to explore together.

 

We are enjoying a new term in Bexton, Manor Park and Egerton Primaries .

What a privilege it is to go into the schools and share the stories of the Bible with them. We led a Christmas story called ‘The Shepherd’s Story’ at each of the schools at the end of last term and it was well received .

This term we are continuing with Year 1 materials, including stories from the Old Testament such as Moses David and Goliath and Samuel . We are blessed with three new Storytellers who are enjoying being part of the team but are always keen to welcome

new folks .

Dear Friends,

Happy New Year to you all. As we stand at the door of a New Year, I wonder what 2018 will bring for each of us. Some things we already know will be happening in our lives and some things will happen that we yet do not know.

One thing we can be sure of is that God will be walking with us through it all and giving us the strength to face whatever comes our way.

Are you considering taking part in the KMC ‘in Your Street’ prayer initiative?

 

There are three possible levels of involvement.

1. Pray regularly up to Easter for the occupants of your street.

2. In addition, deliver one of our cards to every house in your street. The cards contain details of how prayer requests can be sent to the church.

3. If you’re comfortable doing so, add your address to the card, offering your neighbours the option of posting prayer requests back to you.

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Dear Friends,

I begin by wishing you all a very Happy New Year. I trust that you managed to Celebrate Christmas and the New Year, at some point, with your friends and family. I wonder what God has in store for us as a church and as individuals during this year of "Hope 18" ?

 

Looking back at 2017 it is impossible to escape the clear ways that the Father has pointed His love at us. We have been blessed and loved right from the core of His being.

We love Him for how He continues to move us, shake us up and mould us.

Looking forward to the New Year 2018 with KMCyouth and KMCyoungadults fills me with a fresh sense of excitement and anticipation. I CANNOT WAIT for all that God has in store for us to explore together.

 

We are enjoying a new term in Bexton, Manor Park and Egerton Primaries .

What a privilege it is to go into the schools and share the stories of the Bible with them. We led a Christmas story called ‘The Shepherd’s Story’ at each of the schools at the end of last term and it was well received .

This term we are continuing with Year 1 materials, including stories from the Old Testament such as Moses David and Goliath and Samuel . We are blessed with three new Storytellers who are enjoying being part of the team but are always keen to welcome

new folks .

Dear Friends,

Happy New Year to you all. As we stand at the door of a New Year, I wonder what 2018 will bring for each of us. Some things we already know will be happening in our lives and some things will happen that we yet do not know.

One thing we can be sure of is that God will be walking with us through it all and giving us the strength to face whatever comes our way.

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Hampers Of Hope

Knutsford Methodist Church supports Hampers of Hope, a Christian charity which has 2 strands:
  • Provision of emergency food support in North East Cheshire
  • Hope Centres, one of which is in Knutsford, to try to address the underlying causes   of shortage of food and offer practical help. 

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