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Safeguarding Policy

SAFEGUARDING POLICY

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017 08:27

Church Magazine

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Wednesday, 04 July 2012 19:55

Website links

Links to other websites that we like.

www.methodist.org.uk

The website for the Methodist Church in Britain

www.sheffieldmethodist.org

The Sheffield District website

www.sheffieldwest.org.uk

The website for the Sheffield West Methodist circuit, within which the Beacon is situated.

www.christianaid.org.uk

Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.









Wednesday, 25 April 2012 18:43

Nether Green Nippers

For Mums, Dads or carers of children in the ‘toddling’ – 3 years age group

Need to get out of the house? Want to meet others for a coffee and a chat? Want more opportunities for your child to develop through play and mixing with other children? Then come along and join us.

Children are encouraged to join in activities such as cutting and sticking, painting, baking and play dough. We have a time for children to use ride-on toys as well as an opportunity to sing together. Parents/carers are encouraged to be involved and remain responsible for their child during activities but there are opportunities for ‘time-out’ coffee and chat away from the children.

There is a small charge for each session of £1.00 per family. The charge includes refreshments for both adult and children.

 

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 18:32

Luncheon Club at Nether Green

For those over 65, particularly living alone and in need of social contact

“Best meal of the week!” according to one member, is provided in a friendly and sociable atmosphere. If you would like to meet new friends (or spend time with old friends) and enjoy a good meal and a chat in a friendly, caring atmosphere, then come and join us every Wednesday.

We can arrange to pick you up and drop you back at home if transport is a worry.

For more details, please contact Jackie Wood (0114 327 9322 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 18:25

Guides

Girls aged 10 – 14 years

Enjoyable, fun evenings with creative activities, games and sessions equipping girls with social and life skills. A warm welcome awaits any girls interested in Girlguiding. Come along and give it a try. Make new friends, go on camp, learn new things and have fun at the same time!

There are presently waiting lists for all 3 Girlguiding sections – to add your daughters’ name to the list please go to http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/get_involved.aspx

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 18:23

Brownies

Girls aged 7 – 10 years

Activities include crafts, entertainment, Brownie interest badges, games, swimming, outings, chattering and endless questions! A fun evening for girls following the Brownie programme, which has recently been modernised and updated.

There are presently waiting lists for all 3 Girlguiding sections – to add your daughters’ name to the list please go to http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/get_involved.aspx

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 18:22

Rainbows

Girls aged 5 – 7 years

Rainbows meetings include crafts, drawing, playing games and singing songs. There is also lots of group work & emphasis on working/playing together in teams. There are themed evenings. Bring your daughter to join in activities, make friends and have fun in a welcoming, open environment, which is inspired by guiding principles.

 

There is presently a waiting list for entry but please enquire.

 

 

Monday, 16 April 2012 20:17

Beacon Worship Times

The Beacon offers a variety of worship styles across the three sites, ranging from the traditional hymn based services to more modern 'cafe style' worship. Below is an overview of what's on offer.

 

Broomhill

10:30am Sunday Morning Service - Offers family friendly worship in an a 'cafe style' layout with fresh quality coffee available during the service. with elements of traditional and modern styles. An opportunity to worship God, to share experiences with one another, and to explore the Christian faith.

7.00pm The Junction - A Christian worship event for students and young adults, with opportunity to reflect, discuss, grow, learn, share and be. Worship at The Junction takes place every Sunday evening during term-time, at 7pm, in The Beacon Methodist Church, Fulwood Road. The style of worship alternates between a reflective approach and a more discussion based, interactive one. Our services are informal and café style, and every third week we share in Holy Communion together. For more information, visit www.beaconjunction.org.uk

 

Nether Green

09:30am Worship at the Crossroads - Cafe style worship set around tables with opportunity for discussion

09:30am Godly Play for younger worshippers (third Sunday of the month only)

11:00am Morning Worship - A more traditional Methodist service

6.30pm Reflective Communion Service (fourth Sunday of the month only)  - An informal service of Holy Communion 

 

Stephen Hill

09:30am Communion Service (First and third Sundays)

11:00am Morning Worship - A large congregation offering a traditional style of worship

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