Gainsborough is part of the Wolds and Trent Circuit, a number of Methodist churches throughout the region. Ministers and Local Preachers follow a preaching plan, leading services at different churches on different weeks.
To discover who is leading services this Month, then please find the Preaching Plan on the Resources page.
Sunday Morning Service.
The service begins at 10:30am and combines both traditional and contemporary worship.
There is not necessarily a rigid set structure to the service, often it will include a greeting and opening prayer, time for people to greet each other, scripture readings, an offering, the Lord's Prayer, a sermon, special music and hymns, and a closing prayer.
Communion may also be served. All are invited to celebrate communion, but you can choose whether or not you wish to participate.
Sunday school for the children is available during the service every week.
Prayer is God's initiative, a gift which enables us to be attentive to the presence of God in our lives and in the world.
It is also a means of expressing what we believe about God and can prompt us to act to change the world as we respond to God's love.
Monthly Prayer Group
A prayer group is held each month at the Church. As a community it provides an opportunity to give praise and thanks to God for what he has done in our lives both individually and as a body, and to bring our needs and aspirations before him.
Circuit Prayer Network
The Circuit Prayer Network is a means by which requests of Pastoral concern can be relayed to those who have expressed a desire to pray in this way.
Prayer requests are passed on by E-mail, or by Phone if you prefer.
If you wish to be added to the Prayer Network, or have a prayer request, then please contact the Circuit Administrator:
☏ 01673 849222
Please note that the Circuit Office is open Fridays, from 11am - 3:30pm.
Prayers for the Wider World
Have you heard of the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that will set the international agenda for efforts to end extreme poverty, tackle injustice and curtail climate change over the next 15 years?
Prayers have been written by the World Council of Churches for each of the goals and are these are good to use for personal prayers or in a group / church setting.
You can find them HERE.
Click HERE for printable Prayer Cards for your own use.
One of the hallmarks of faith is generosity. Giving can be a rewarding part of worship, especially if the gift is for a worthy cause.
Alongside our regular weekly offering to aid the work of the church, members of our community support a number of charitable organisations and groups - both locally and internationally - providing funds, volunteering their time and offering practical help to others.
Should you be interested in offering your support to any of these charities then please speak to the relevant church member.