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Lincolnshire is one of the few Methodist Districts in the country where more than 1% of the local population are members of the Methodist Church.  This illustrates that we believe in relating to the context in which our chapels and churches are set.  We aim to meet needs as they arise, stand alongside our neighbours whatever their faith allegiance, speak out against injustice, be a beacon of hope in a despairing world and do so as disciples of Jesus.

Rev Bruce Thompson
Chair of District

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News

Communication Advice

   Communication Advice 2014    In 2015 various people across the District met to discuss Internet Etiquette, and here is what the group came up with:

 

 

Vacancies

The District Council is seeking to find volunteers to fill various District roles in the coming months.  Please consider if you can help with a particular area of work.

Keeping in touch with Connexion

Connexion produce lots of e-newsletters and this is the best way of keeping in touch with what is happening in our church nationally.  Find out how to sign up to receive regular news updates...

Events

Ecumenical Study Day 2017

Joint Methodist Anglican Study Day for Local Preachers and Readers

 

Annual Ecumenical Study Day
Saturday 25th November 2017
The St Nicholas’ Centre, Newport, Lincoln LN1 3DP

 ‘Proclaim the Faith Afresh in Every Generation’ –
reflecting on the missional aspects of our calling

 

Details and booking form

Lincoln Theological Society Lectures 2017

This year Lincoln Theological Society is concentrating on Martin Luther's Reformation which started 500 years ago when he publicly criticised the Roman Catholic church. His actions affected all Western Christendom

Details of 2017 lectures

Lincoln Faithwalkers

Faithwalkers is a group of people that go on walks once a month. The walks are open to all to attend, but where there are restrictions these will be noted, e.g. for accessibility.

Please remember that whilst children are welcome to join us, they must be accompanied at all times.It is also important that you dress for the occasion, suitable footwear and clothing, etc. Most of the time you will need a packed lunch and plenty of drink to keep hydrated. We walk all year round and normally meet at Burton Road Methodist Church and then travel by car to the walk, if transport is required then no problem give us a call or email and we'll fit you in.

 

Mark Thompson