Lent & Easter
Bible Journaling Course
Monday 11, 18, 25 March 1, 8, 15 April
Bible journaling is a new
way of learning scripture through artistic expression, using colour and
doodles. The course will run every Monday evening throughout Lent, from 6pm to
7.30pm. It is open to all ages and no artistic skills are required. If you want
to come along and take a look, or for more information speak to Lyn or Claire.
Fish and Chip Supper & Reflective Worship for Lent
Thursday 4 April
Boston Methodist Circuit invites you to a Fish and Chip Supper followed
by Reflective Worship for Lent on Thursday 4 April at Centenary Methodist
5.45pm - Fish and Chips in the Central Hall
7pm - Service in the Main Church
Please can we all play our part in making the evening run smoothly
by booking and paying for the fish and chips in advance (£6 each), through the
Circuit Office, by Tuesday 2 April. It would help if someone in each church
collects names and money! Thank you!
and Easter Services
| Monday 15th April|| 7pm|| Kirton|| "Stations of the Cross"|
| Tuesday 16th April|| 7pm|| Hospital Bridge|| "Service of the Shadows"|
| Wednesday 17th April || 7pm|| Gipsey Bridge|| "Reflections for Holy Week"|
| Thursday 18th April|| 2.30pm|| Wrangle|| Maundy Thursday Communion|
| Thursday 18th April|| 7pm|| Zion|| Maundy Thursday Communion|
| Friday 19th April|| 10am|| Centenary|| Good Friday Service|
| Friday 19th April|| 11am|| from Centenary|| CTiB Walk of Witness (followed by hot cross buns & coffee at Centenary)|
| Friday 19th April|| 2pm|| Wrangle|| 'An hour at the Cross'|
| Friday 19th April|| 7.30pm|| Swineshead|| Sacred Concert with the Band|
| Sunday 21st April|| 5.30am|| Centenary|| Sunrise at the Empty Tomb (and breakfast)|
| Sunday 21st April|| 8.30am|| Zion|| Holy Communion (and breakfast at 9.15am|
| Sunday 21st April|| 9am|| Kirton|| Easter Breakfast (All Welcome)|
Wednesday 17 April
1.30pm - 3.30pm
This will be based on the events
of Holy Week through crafts and activities. Open to all but activities mainly aimed at children and families.
JPIT's Living Lent
As part of their Living Lent campaign, the Joint Public Issues
Team (JPIT) are encouraging us all to make practical pledges to reduce our
impact on the environment.
Could you give up single use plastics for Lent?
Could you go meat-free, or even free of animal products all
together, for Lent?
Could you commit to finding alternative modes of transport this
Could you give up electricity for an hour every day during Lent?
Could you commit to living locally (buying food produced within 30
miles of where you live) this Lent?
Could you buy nothing new for the whole of Lent?
To find out more and to pledge online: www.livinglent.org