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Sunday 24th March


10.30am - Leprosy in Nepal - a different Sunday morning

- led by Chris Strata, who will talk about medical progress in treating leprosy.



Thursday 28th March

- mid-week prayers for Lent from 12noon to 1.00pm

- in the Upper Room - come for as long as you wish


Saturday 30th March


10.30am - Prayers in the Chapel


Sunday 31st March


10.30am - Morning Worship for Mothering Sunday

- led by Jon Garde


Thursday 4th April

- mid-week prayers for Lent from 12noon to 1.00pm

- in the Upper Room - come for as long as you wish


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Monday Small Group - The next meeting is 25th March 2019 and then every fortnight. Usually in the upper room.



Tuesday Small Group - taking a break in Lent while the CTiM (Churches Together in Marlow) groups meet.



Wednesday Fellowship - 2.30pm - every Wednesday in the Wesley Hall - everyone is very welcome to come along. On 27th March the speaker is Rev Angela Singleton.



Action for Children and World Mission boxes - please could you give your box to the appropriate representative to be emptied - thank you



Wycombe Homeless Connection - a service of celebration at All Saints Wycombe on 10th April at 7.30pm - the address will be Rev Joanna Gallant on 'celebrating hope' - all very welcome.



Mid-week prayers during Lent - from 12noon to 1.00pm in the Upper Room on Thursday 28th March and 4th, 11th and 18th April ( in the Chapel or Upper Room, to be confirmed ) - come for however long you are able to - speak to Neil Manthorpe for more details. There will not now be a formal gathering for this on 21st March.



Wycombe Youth for Christ - 4 Weeks of Prayer - 25th February to 25th March - join with others in praying for the work of WYfC with children and young people in our local schools – see the poster and leaflets in the Welcome Area or go to –



Leprosy in Nepal - a different Sunday morning – our worship at 10.30am on Sunday 24th March was an opportunity to hear about the fantastic work being done by the Leprosy Mission - our preacher will be Chris Strata, who talked about medical progress in treating leprosy. Our donations will go directly to help the small team at Anandaban Hospital, Nepal and each pound donated will be matched by the Treasury.



Poverty and Universal Credit - Rachel Lampard, the leader of the Joint Public Issues Team, and a former Vice-President of Conference is speaking on the subject of poverty at Wesley Methodist Church (Priory Rd, High Wycombe) on Wednesday 27th March at 7.30pm - this is part of a Churches Together in Wycombe series for Lent

More Information -

Circuit letter about Universal Credit:

Includes a request for action - UC-letter-Circuit-13-03-19 (pdf)

Joint Public Issues Team:

Poverty and Inequality - issues/ poverty-and-inequality/

Briefing paper - Universal Credit Increasing Poverty by Design (pdf)

Churches Together High Wycombe:

- cthw.html



There will be a service for the residents and staff at Sir Aubrey Ward care home on Thursday 28th March at 11.00am - please contact Sue Harris who is leading this month so she knows who is able to attend.



There is a need for additional volunteers to help with Saturday Coffee -  just a couple of sessions each quarter would be very helpful  - please contact Sue Gallaugher.



Lighthouse 2019 - runs from 5 to 9 August ( a week later than usual) - registration is open for volunteers to sign up at - over 200 volunteers are needed to enable nearly 500 children to participate.

Children's registration will open on 1st May



Recognition service for Lesley Hatton - as a fully accredited Local Preacher will now take place at 3.30pm on Sunday 24th March at The Avenue and will be led by Rev Nick Thompson - all very welcome.



Used Stamps - please remember to save stamps and put them in the box on the shelves in the Wesley Hall - they are sent to the Leprosy Mission who welcome them as part of their fundraising.



Transport to hospital - if you are able to help from time-to-time with taking someone to a hospital appointment, please speak to Margerie Hodson - thank you.



Do you enjoy baking? - Sue Gallaugher would love to have a home-made cake to sell in slices on the cake stall at the Saturday Coffee Morning each week - speak to Sue if you are able to help.



Whitechapel Methodist Mission - helping the homeless in the East End of London - thank you to everyone who donated to our collection - annual reports available from Valerie Cameron



 Pancake Day - thank you to everyone who worked hard to make the lunch happen and to all who supported the event - more than £500 was raised in support of Marlow Lighthouse for children and young people.



Christmas Fair - 2018 - thank you to everyone who helped with the event and to all who came along to support - we raised £3,411 in support of our activities throughout the year - well done!



Appeal for disaster relief in Sulawesi - the retiring collection raised £201 which has been sent to Christian Aid for their work in supporting people affected by the earthquake and tsunami



Action for Children - the lunch on Saturday 13-Oct-18 raised £438 - thank you to everyone who helped and to everyone who came and supported this important work with children and families.



Our Stall at the Marlow Carnival - 15-Sep-18.

It's what we do that counts!

Representing just some of the things that happen at Marlow Methodist Church, Pam Thompson and Jackie Duxbury put on a colourful display of Traidcraft and One-Can products at this year’s Carnival in Higginson Park. In this they were helped by a first-rate assembly team of Neil, Charlotte & Henry Manthorpe and Michael Crotley who erected, positioned and re-positioned the Gazebo.

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The team also helped put out an attractive range of confectionary and artefacts produced by Traidcraft and One Can.

OK, the latter’s display of nappies and baked beans might not have looked quite as enticing, but these are the sort of practical things One Can offers and which are genuinely appreciated by so many visitors to our church.

It was a good day and we are very grateful to Pam and Jackie for their initiative as well as all who helped, not forgetting Roy & Sue Harris !



Sponsored cycle ride - Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire - a big thank you to Sue, Paddy and Vic for cycling and thank you to all those who sponsored them - a cheque has been sent to the Trust for £223 from our Church.


Autumn plant sale - this was held on Saturday 15th Sept 2018.



Christian Aid Walk - thank you to everyone who sponsored the walkers - a total of £1,393 was donated - a big thank you from Christian Aid for supporting those in such great need around the world.





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