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The Strathclyde Circuit was formed in 2014 from the former Glasgow and Lanarkshire Circuits.

If you wish to contact a Minister please email: Strathclyde.circuit@gmail.com

Andrew Baker’s thoughts: Saturday 5 minutes at 5pm

There is an online service on every Sunday available from 7.00 am  which you can access by the following link:

Service

Reflection on the Gospel Lectionary reading for Sunday available on a Friday

Reflection

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Woodlands International meet at Woodland at 1:30pm details can be found on their Facebook page

Facebook

If you wish to join in the bible study please contact: Strathclyde.circuit@gmail.com

Information for engaging with young people:

Children, Youth and Family Resources.

 Youth for Christ share short videos for children and young people on engaging topics such as ‘What it means to love one another’; ‘Online relationships’ and ‘Faith in every season’.

 The Big House, an Irish youth organisation, has created a video series called “Shaken”.  They introduce this series by saying:

 “We all feel shaken sometimes. Sometimes difficult things happen and we don’t know what to do, or how we feel.

 SHAKEN is a resource is designed to help you make good choices to live well when life shakes you.”

 Fischy Music are holding live assemblies every Monday morning at 11am.  Get your week off to a good start and tune in.

 Roots are providing free weekly resources for families to use throughout the week.

 Engage Worship post a daily prayer and worship activity for all the family to take part in. 

 The Kitchen Table have articles and resources on how to share and grow faith at home.

 Care for the Family provide many resources during COVID-19 including marriage support, bereavement, parent support and more.

 The Methodist Church provides a wealth of resources for children, young people and families.  Read through their recommended film lists for a fun afternoon together; learn how to make prayer sticks; engage in creative worship and much more.

Dear Methodist Friends,

You can find a collection of resources for worship on the Scotland District website. Here is the link

Worship

When your shopping why not use the link below to well known retailers, and when you shop via this they will donate straight to the Strathclyde Methodist Circuit Shopping

If you like shopping on Amazon go to Smile Amazon

And choose Strathclyde Methodist Circuit as the charity you wish to support

 

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