Jayne's Online Informal "Sunday Reflections"
Jayne's Online Informal Sunday Services: "The Sunday Slot"
Our Other Church Information Sources
Gloucestershire Methodist Circuit's 'Year of Prayer' - Tuesday 12:45 prayers
The Methodist Church has created advice and items to share
The main site can be found at https://www.methodist.org.uk/
Wesley House Cambridge
Since 1921 it has been a gateway for students in the Wesleyan tradition into the excellent resources for learning in the University of Cambridge.
Music - Just to enjoy listening to!
Just to let you know that the Just Giving Page set up by Richard Wain for us has raised the amazing figure of £1.130 PLUS £225 in Gift Aid from 40 people. TOTAL £1,355
In addition I have received a cheque to forward to Christian Aid and I know that some of you have made donations by cheque directly to Christian Aid and others may well have donated online or by the Text method. So ... an excellent result in all the circumstances - and encouragement to us all.
The 'Just Giving' Page is still open and it is always possible to donate online or send a cheque :)
Please use the links below or click on the Christian Aid picture to continue giving.
Tewkesbury & Apperley Methodist Churches
We have formed a 'WhatsApp' social network group:
If you have a mobile phone and would like to join the group please phone or email Jean D via the Contact page.
Hope you are all well and keeping safe! We have had lots of offers of help so please don't be embarrassed to ask...
Please contact Jean D, your pastoral visitor or Jayne if you need anything or just for a chat...
To download the 'WhatsApp' program to your phone directly or via a PC/Laptop to your phone, go to:
News & Sharing ideas
Two Rainbow Crochet Patterns (Click on the icons below for patterns)
Prayers to share
Revd Ian Spencer, Warden, Holland House
Revd. Canon J. John
Making equipment for Care-Home workers
A lady in conrtact with Winchcombe contacted care homes to see what they needed. The answer came back asking for headbands to protect their ears from the face masks they are having to wear. Their ears are getting very sore and headbands with buttons mean they can loop the face masks round the buttons rather than their sore ears. They need 30 - 40 because they need to wash the reusable equipment regularly.
Many Care homes are crying out for headbands and masks and they can use home made cloth ones, hospitals seem to only able use headbands.
Please conctact you local Care homes and Hospices near you to arange delivery, they will be greatful for your support.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOewTE0yEuc No sew but you would still need to add buttons !
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-t_Gz3lGwF8 Facemasks with closer fit.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRBJ4JSVYpo Really good instructions for facemasks made from old sheets.
Pillowcase bags for washing kit
Making Scrubs for Hospitals
and/or contact your nearest hospital, care home, hospice or GP.)