On Saturday 18th February St Martins singers gave a concert performing a variety of songs. These songs were from various modern and older musicals, some recording artist and closing with a well known hymn and blessing.
St Martin’s Methodist Church was transformed into ‘The Hall of Memories’ from 2nd to 5th August when over 40 children aged 4 to 11 gathered to take part in the annual holiday club event.
This year the title was ‘Guardians of Ancora’. The children became ‘guardians’ searching for lost story treasures. Each story treasure uncovered helped the spire of light to shine brighter every day as the group learnt more about Jesus’ miracles. Continue reading
On Friday 8th April 2016 the participants of the Alpha Course, currently being run at St Martin’s, all met at the Abbot Hall Christian Hotel in Grange-Over-Sands for the Alpha Weekend. Continue reading
The St Martin’s annual Post Christmas Family Party was held on Saturday 9th January. This was a party for Families, meaning the whole of the St Martin’s Church Family, as well as the Church member’s Individual Families.
St Martin’s organised another of it very popular vintage afternoon teas on Sunday 29th November 2015 and on a cold wet and very windy afternoon. However, around 70 people braved the conditions to make this event another resounding success for St Martin’s and £480-65 was raised.
On Sunday 27th September 2015, members and friends at St Martin’s enjoyed a glorious Harvest Festival Service led by Mrs Linda Ogden. The church was decorated beautifully, as usual, with Ann Brown’s Harvest Loaf once again baked specially and taking pride of place on the table.
Sunday 12th July was a warm sunny afternoon, the perfect day for the barbecue at the Manse in Lymm hosted by the Rev’d Stephen Froggatt together with his wife Kathleen and daughter Hannah. It brought the people from both the St Martin’s and Lymm Churches together for a relaxing social event.
I wonder what would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat
our mobile phones?
What if we carried it around in our purses or pockets?
What if we turned back to go get it if we forgot it?