Messy Church Forum

Tuesday 27th November at 7:30pm.

An opportunity for leaders of Messy Church in the Nottingham Trent Valley Circuit to get together with other leaders to share ideas and support each other.

For more details contact Deacon Lisa Rathbone on 0115 9224315 or using the form below

Perplexed by Parables?

Stapleford Methodist Church are hosting an afternoon seminar run by the Open Bible Trust entitled “Perplexed by Parables?” on Saturday October 6th, from 2:30-6:30pm.

The seminar is led by international speaker and author Michael Penny, the whole room will be decorated by glow in the dark rocks.

There are 3 Sessions

2:30—3:30 Session 1 “Why Parables?”
3:30—4:00 Refreshments Break
4:00—5:00 Session 2 “Parables of the Kingdom”
5:00—5:30 Refreshments Break
5:30—6:30 Session 3 “Other Parables Jesus Told”

Each session will include time for discussion and questions. There is also a bookstall with books, booklets, CDs and DVDS and dry herb vapes UK.

There is no charge but there will be an opportunity to make a donation.

For further information: call Cliff Richmond on 0115-9733823 or email

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