The Methodist Church Tower Hamlets

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Worship at Home

 All public services in Tower Hamlets circuit are currently suspended

Here are some services you can attend from home

Service for Sunday 2nd August  with Rev'd John Hayes. 
Join at 11.00 on Sunday to worship with the Tower Hamlets Circuit, or at any time afterwards, all week.  The link will not work before the service time. 
Download service sheet to accompany the service. 

Morning Prayer from Wesley's Chapel can be viewed live at 10.00 each morning. 
Use link for live service from Wesley's Chapel at 11.00 on Sunday and 12.45 on Thursday
For access to a variety of past services use link and then choose YouTube Channel. 

Landline telephone link for Morning Prayer at Wesley's Chapel
Those without internet access can now listen to daily Morning Prayer at 10am by telephone.  
Call 020 3880 0873 just before 10.00 (Monday to Saturday) and, when instructed, enter 135 491 69 followed by # on your phone keypad. (This is the Conference ID number.)  You will be able to share with all  who are on the line in saying the responses together - or simply listening if you prefer.

Also available:

·       Methodist Central Hall Westminster.  Live-streamed Sunday worship, 11 am 
·       BBC1 TV: Sunday Worship and Songs of Praise

·       Radio 4: Sunday Worship 8.10 am

·       Premier Christian Radio (1332 AM) broadcasts 24 hours a day

The Methodist Church  website offers further ideas for resources and services

Youth Zoom Club (age 10+)  every Sunday 6.30pm  Pausing now; restarting September

Message for the Week on Facebook 
Recorded messages available on the Facebook page

The Circuit is running 1:1 phone-call-based Sunday worship every Sunday

 led by Connection Leaders. We are currently calling about 20 members of our congregations, who have no Wi-Fi access or who are in any special circumstances or need.
If you know of anyone who would like to join, contact Lucia.

A time of reflection when you can’t attend a funeral

When someone you love dies, saying goodbye in some formal way is important.  This is one of the reasons that throughout the generations we have gathered for funerals and memorial services.  With the current restrictions on movement in place it may not be possible for everyone to attend a funeral.
We offer this short act of worship to help you say your formal goodbyes whist in your home. 

See also Meditation for thoughts and prayers

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