What are we celebrating?
•300th Anniversary of the birth of Charles Wesley, poet, hymn-writer and preacher; •200th Anniversary of Mow Cop and the start of Primitive Methodism; •125th Anniversary of Skegness Methodist Church •Our Methodist heritage in the churches of Skegness, Seathorne, Addlethorpe and Ingoldmells Dates: Saturday and Sunday, September 8th and 9th, 2007
Church open from 10.00am until 5.00pm.
Displays in Church
The Church and its Community The History of our Church in Pictures and Memorabilia Charles Wesley and his family together with photographs of the Church’s trip to Epworth. World Vision in Africa depicting Children sponsored by the Church Community. Primitive Methodism. Flower Arrangements
Community Hall, Skegness
8.30 am Come and join us for breakfast to launch our special week-end of celebrations.
10.00 am to
5.00 pm Refreshments will be available all day with cold lunches from 11.30 am – 2.00 pm There will also be displays of Crafts, Pottery demonstrations, Children’s Activity table, Tombola, Raffle and much more. 1.30 pm Join Rev Ian Kemp for a stroll around the other open Chapels of Seathorne, Ingoldmells and
Addlethorpe. For further details contact Rev Ian Kemp.
7.00 pm to A Social Evening of Celebration. Talented folk of the Community entertaining us with song 9.00pm and voice. If you would like to take part please contact Neil Baxter.
Entrance free (Numbers are limited, please see over for contact details). Refreshments and snacks provided.
8.00 am Beach Service near North Shore Hotel, followed by a 8.45 am breakfast at Seathorne
Methodist Community Hall.
10.30 amUnited Celebration Service at Skegness Methodist Church with Mr Edson Siwella as
12.30 pmA Celebration 3 Course Roast Lunch in the Community Hall. Tickets are available
priced £6.00. Booking necessary before 5th September.
Church open from 12.00 noon until 4.00pm.
Displays in Church
The Church and its Community The History of our Church in Pictures and Memorabilia Charles Wesley and his family together with photographs of the Church’s trip to Epworth. World Vision in Africa depicting Children sponsored by the Church Community. Primitive Methodism. Flower arrangements.
Circuit Celebration Service
A 4.30 pm tea followed by a Circuit Celebration Service at 6.00 pm will be hosted
by Mr and Mrs Dodsworth at the Pine Trees Leisure Park
The Preacher will be Mr Edson Siwella and the service will include a welcome to
Great Steeping Church and the recognition of new worship leaders.