Exminster Methodist Church, Main Road, Exminster EX6 8BT
Email email@example.com, Minister: Rev Ben Haslam, Telephone (01392) 256716
Exminster 24 hours of prayer – timetable
Part of the global prayer ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ movement. 1st - 2nd June, 6pm-6pm
You are invited to take part at some stage during this period. Paper copies of the full timetable are available. Please email us.
The following are taking place at the Methodist Church on 2nd June
12:00 PM - Quiet prayer in the church – with Denise
2:00 PM - A prayer walk around the village and a gazebo outside on the lawn for
anyone to sit who doesn't wish to walk - subject to the weather - inside if wet.
Meet at Methodist Church
4:00 PM - Messy Church Prayers - All age
Messy Church meets monthly on Sundays at 4pm–6pm.
On Friday 17th May we celebrated the progress of Messy Church with tea/coffee and cake. At the meeting we welcomed Rev. John Williams and leaders and volunteers from St Martins and Rev. Ben Haslam and leaders and volunteers from our Methodist Church. Jo Simpson, the Methodist District, Mission Development Enabler, came to talk to us following a visit to Messy Church in April. We thank everyone who has contributed to Messy Church in any way. We have subsequently held our 6th Messy Church on 19th May when the theme was Pentecost. Next Meeting: 2nd June 2019
Exminster Long Table Street Party is during the afternoon/evening of Sunday 9th June. We have tables booked so that we can once again take part in this community event. Money raised by the event is going to be divided between Nayamba School, Zambia and various projects for the benefit of Exminster village. Tables should be available from 3 pm onwards and everyone is asked to be in place around their table at 4 pm for a social hour when we can mingle with friends and neighbours. Dinner commences at 5 pm.
Summer Evening Walks and Strolls. A variety of evening walks are being planned through the summer months. They are open to all. In June, we will be walking around part of the Exeter Green Circle Route on the 12th and relaxing with a gentle stroll on the 26th. Please meet at Dryfield, next to the Victory Hall at 7.00 pm. Transport should be available for those who require it. Walks are open to everyone. They may be subject to the weather.
Exminster Methodist Church 126th Anniversary Celebrations and Gift weekend (1893 to 2019)
Saturday 15th June
2.30 till 4.30 pm
Cream Teas on the lawn with stalls (indoors if wet)
We invite you to come along and enjoy a cream tea and so help raise funds to help maintain our building. (Offers of cake to Jeny please)
Sunday 16th June 10.30 am - Anniversary Service when we welcome Revd Catherine Wagstaff. A joint service with friends from St Martin’s. Everyone welcome.