Hot off the press, the full Programme for Moving Mountains is now available.
From a Q & A session at NJoy, meeting youth from the John Ruskin School to an Open the Book Launch at the Primary School on Friday. Things get off to a zippy start. Great time to ask all the questions you always wanted answered in a friendly setting.
There are dinners, crafts for kids, prayer time, and even an evening at the pub at Penny Bridge in addition to our Fund raiser for the Coniston X112 which includes a way to eat and walk your way to fitness on Saturday.
Sunday there will be visiting pioneers at all the churches to talk about the whole experience of Moving Mountains. A great week-end to be in Coniston!
Moving Mountains is coming to Coniston, Saturday, 10 March 2018
A couple of items to get you excited. First, we’re raising money for the Coniston X112 which is a lifeline for individuals in this small rural village. The bus runs all the way to Barrow and is helping us to launch a walk from 13:15 as follows:
- 10 a.m. Reading Room, Coniston, children’s crafts, family activities, a raffle, cake stall and great coffee!
- A soup lunch will be arranged for those heading off on the X112 for Torver at 13:15
- Arrive at Torver and more cake and coffee to fortify you for the walk back home!
Have fun and enjoy doing something for the community at the same time!
Wednesday, 11 October, 7:15 p.m., The Coniston Methodist Chapel
Come and hear what’s happening around the UK to engage with today’s youth
It’s free but please register at northwest95tour.eventbrite.co.uk
It’s September. Let’s make it new with Sparks!
Two events are planned by New Wine for early 2017:
- Women at the Well, Saturday 28 January, 2017, 10 to 4 p.m. St. Mary’s Church Allithwaite.
A Time of worship, teaching and ministry for women.
Bookings at email@example.com
2. Landmark, 29 April to 1 May’17 Ripley ST Thomas CE Academy Lancaster.
An opportunity to experience God in worship, prayer and praise through teaching and ministry. There will be two adult venues, with a wide range of seminars, with youth and children’s groups throughout the weekend.
Beginning Monday 9 May, 7 p.m. at the Vicarage, we will begin the Mission Shaped Ministry flexi course designed specifically for the ecumenical work taking place in Coniston and Torver. This is a first for the trainers coming to us and it is not to be missed!
More information can be found at the following link: Mission shaped flexi-course
Richard Passmore the Fresh Expressions Enabler will be leading. Currently the course is planned to run on every 2nd Monday of the month. There is a cost which we haven’t got details of at the present but we will know when Richard Passmore has the information from Fresh Expressions nationally. The idea for the evening would be to start with puddings, so hopefully you will have eaten your evening meal with your family and you bring your pudding to the course.
This opportunity is open to all churches in Coniston, Torver and the Valley.
The Diocese of Carlisle’s Board of Education is recommending closure and sale of St. Andrew’s Youth Centre
We are all disappointed to learn about this announcement. Pray for vision as this process evolves. Comments are welcome below.
Fun Time, 2 p.m., 1 April, St. Andrew’s Church
What is the meaning of Easter – From Palm Sunday to the Crucifiction to the Glory of the Resurrection? This session promises to get to the heart of our faith. Geared for young children and their parents – singing, crafts, fun food and the Greatest Story Ever Told.
Fun Time, 2 p.m., St. Andrew’s Church, Wednesday, 11 March 2009
What does Jesus do when a little girl gets sick? This session of Fun Time tells the story of the daughter of Jairus. Aimed at children five years and under, there will be singing, learning, refreshments and fun for all. Parents and Carers are welcome too.