Webteam: January 2021
16 January 2021 9.30am — 12.15pm
At the Annual Covenant Service, the Methodist people are invited to renew their Covenant relationship with God.
The emphasis of the whole service is on God's readiness to enfold us in generous love, not dependent on our deserving. Our response, also in love, springs with penitent joy from thankful recognition of God's grace; (Methodist Worship Book).
We shall spend the morning in guided reflection and quiet exploring the spirituality of covenant and our relationship with God.
The Methodist Covenant Service is regarded as a significant contribution to the wider church in the UK.
Programme for the morning
9.30am Welcome and introduction
10.00am Session 1: God's love
11.00am Session 2: How then should I live?
12 noon Conclusion
This online Quiet morning will be led via Zoom by Rev Judith Jessop, a Methodist pioneer
presbyter from Sheffield
If you would like to attend* please e-mail Gill Dascombe
*Numbers are limited to 24, but in the event of oversubscription, another Quiet Day can be held on 20 th Jan. Please indicate if you would be available for the second date, if required. There is no charge for this event, but donations of £5 may be made by bank transfer to Reflect:
Lloyds Bank, Sort code 30 96 18, Account no 0283311302, ref Quiet Day
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