O Thou who camest from above
The pure celestial fire to impart,
Kindle a flame of sacred love
On the mean altar of my heart!
There let it for thy glory burn... read more
We have been running Messy Church at SRMC for over two years. Several people recently have commented they don’t really know what it is. The greatest misconception is that it is a children’s group – it is in fact a different way of doing of church.
Over the last couple of years we have been seeking God’s guidance on how to develop the premises at Strathmore Road Methodist Church that they may better serve our church and the mission of God in this community. We keep being reminded of Jesus' words in the Sermon on the Mount, when he said:
‘You’re here to be light, bringing out the God-colours in the world. God is not a secret to be...read more
The best teachers are the ones that make their subject come alive. Whichever way you look at it, Jesus made his subject come alive. He came to teach us about God and his kingdom and through his parables and through his life God comes alive to us.
This summer we are going to be looking at 6 of Jesus parables found in Matthew’s gospel. Parables...read more
The Centre was built in 1928 by the Lilley Drift Colliery as a community hall for the local miners. It was extended in 1930 and was used for dances, whist drives, bazaars, the WI, the Library and also as the child welfare clinic. The building is owned by Gateshead Council but is run by a group of local people: an executive committee and a larger management committee, made up from members of...read more
A few years ago our son in law Linda (short for Lindani) felt called to set up a church in a rural area of South Africa about 60 miles south of Durban and 30 miles inland from Port Shepstone
The area around the church, which is near a small township called Izingolweni, is poverty stricken and one of the aims of the church is to provide the people with a refuge from their poverty. The...read more
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