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Wrexham Methodist Circuit consists of churches in Caergwrle, Ruabon, Llangollen, Brymbo, Wrexham, Overton, Rhosddu, Rhosymedre and Gresford. We are part of the Wales Synod and the Methodist Church in Britain.
Our mission is to proclaim and affirm our conviction of God's love in Christ, for us and for all the world; and renew confidence in God's presence and action in the world and in the Church.
In line with Government advice our activities are currently on hold.
Circuit Prayer Meetings
Likewise our usual prayer meetings are also on hold although there are plenty of opportunities to join other Christians in prayer at this difficult time. The Methodist website has a daily prayer: . Or why not join thousands of Christians every day at noon who say The Lords Prayer.
Services at the church are currently suspended but there are plenty of opportunities to join together for worship. Check out this link:
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Book of the Month - a book group reading the Bible
What is it? Try imagine reading the Bible like a book club - because the best journeys are those when we travel in a group. So we'll journey through the whole Bible, book a month. It will be a space to read, get to know the Bible, to question and to enjoy. Each month we'll talk about what we've read and then go on to look at the next book. .
Watch this space when we will let you know how we will discuss our next books.
Easter 2020 - a message from Rev Phil Poole
Easter is approaching, and Lisa has begun making a display to decorate a window in the manse. Perhaps you could do something similar as an act of witness to your neighbourhood about the resurrection . Lisa has cut out letters which says, "Happy Easter - Jesus is alive!" and chosen some Easter pictures to stick up. It has also been suggested that we go out onto our doorsteps to sing a special hymn at 10am on Easter Sunday morning. They suggest singing, 'Christ is Lord is Risen Today' (Singing the Faith 298 or Hymns and Psalms 192). It's good because this chimes with the doorstep clap for the NHS that we did last week and the pictures from Italy of people singing from their balconies. During Holy Week Richard, Lisa and myself will be sharing daily reflections, which we intend to publish via WhatsApp , Facebook, church websites and email. We will be looking at the parts played by different characters in the happenings of Holy Week.
An Open Discussion of The Methodist Church's Report on Marriage and Relationships
Our meetings at Wrexham Methodist Church on Saturday 21st March 2020, 10am to 12 noon and Ruabon Methodist Church Saturday 28th March, 10am to 12 noon are now cancelled. If you would like to contact our Minister Rev Phil Poole with your thoughts on this subject please do..