26th October 11am-2pm
Come to KINGSTANDING’s Coffee and Cream Tea event for the work of Girls Brigade.
All are welcome.
Nearly new stall and a friendly welcome.
No admission charge.
There will be a General Knowledge Quiz Evening on Friday 4th October at 7pm. Tickets £7 per person. 4 per team—People can form teams on the night. Please let someone from Boldmere know if you plan to come, if possible.
On Sunday 22nd September Witton Methodist Church held our annual harvest festival
The food donated will be going to the Salvation Army for their work in the community
The Town Hall Box Office say that they hope that Stuart will come next year.
Saturday 5th October 2019 at Harvest Fields Centre, tickets to include Jacket Potato Supper £5.00. Please get tickets from Sue Stewart on 07581733900 or Annette Ashford on 0121 355 2212. We do hope you will come along to have fellowship and fun with our friends from other churches.
Stuart Townend “Courage Tour 2019” “One of the World’s Leading Worship Song Writers” has written hymns such as “In Christ Alone”, “How deep the Fathers love” and the ” Power of the Cross” Tuesday 12 November 2019 7.30 pm. at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall. (doors open at 6.30pm.) Tickets can be obtained from the Box office on 0121 296 9543 (Monday – Friday 10am. – 4.00pm)
Tickets £14.00 (Standard) Concessions £12.00 Over 60’s and under 18’s.
The Wilnecote School, Tamworth. Doors open at 6.30pm (concert starts at 7pm) Join us for a jam-packed evening of live music from Christian bands from Tamworth & Sutton Coldfield. The Alive Sessions is borne from a collaboration of 10 churches (and counting..!) An evening packed full of live music, a great chance to socialise with other churches, to meet people from the town & wider area and to support local good causes. This year all profits will be going to Christians Against Poverty, Tamworth. Tickets are available online from tickets.thealivesessions.co.uk.
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There are many ways to approach God in prayer, including worshiping in the church, walking by the riverside, noticing the beauty of the hills and valleys, singing and lifting our hands in praise.
Contemplative prayer takes us into a quiet place, where we can open our hearts to listen to God, often through the words of holy scripture. Like Mary who “ponders these things in her heart”, we can take time to let the Word of God dwell deeply and listen to what God might have to say to us.
Prayer approaches from within the monastic traditions of the Church have a great deal to teach us about stillness and listening to God. Ultimately, prayer is something that God does within us, inspiring us again to look outwards towards others. Do feel welcome to come along for one or all of the sessions at Erdington Methodist Church.
Dates: (Fridays) 18th October, 15th November, 20th December 9.45am – 12:00 Noon