The following is the script which Rob Cotton used when talking to the 9.15am and 10.45am congregations at KMC on March 12th 2017.
TEXT: ‘Where there is no Vision, the people perish’ - Proverbs 29: 18
Since I last wrote, Carol and I have been blessed with the birth of our second Grand daughter Cassidy May Walker on January 21st weighing 8 lbs 15ozs, to our daughter Sarah and her husband Fintan. Of course we are not the only ones to have been blessed with a new Grandchild in recent weeks, so congratulations to all those whose families have welcomed a new baby.
At the beginning of 2017 there has been a growing need for emergency food hampers. The reasons given have been varied, but include the aftermath of Christmas and the impact of benefit cuts.
Since early 2015 KMC has supported the charity so generously in terms of food and money donations and volunteers who pack and deliver the hampers.
Have you ever wondered what is provided for children when they leave the main worship area?
Well we are now calling this a new name KMC-KIDZ.
Currently KMC Kidz is split into four groups and these have been given new names. These are -
KMC-CRECHE 0-3yr olds who meet in room two. The room has been refurbished and is full of toys. Here the children learn through play.
A great line-up of Christian artists across 6 stages. Follow the link for full details.
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Knutsford Methodist Church supports Hampers of Hope, a Christian charity which has 2 strands:
Did you know that we hire out our hall and community rooms?