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The Methodist Church Scartho

A warm welcome awaits you at Scartho Methodist Church

The year through our window

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As you will know, the government advice on wearing masks in public places has been changed.
Whilst we cannot enforce the wearing of masks in church, the Leadership team would like to strongly encourage that we all continue to wear masks for the health and safety of our church community. 
Thank you.
However, there is still an option to access our Sunday services virtually or by phone. Please get in touch for more information.
If you are in urgent need please use the "Contact us" page Thank you.

Scartho Methodist Church

We are a bible-believing church in the Scartho area of Grimsby.  The congregation of the church consists of people from a broad age range with some people travelling in from other parts of Grimsby and the surrounding area.
You are very welcome - please come and join us!

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Thought for the Week

Robert Cull was part of the Jesus Movement in California during the 1960s and early 1970s, but teaching at a Christian school in Hawaii in 1976, he became dispirited when trying to reach a group of disinterested and unresponsive young people with the Good News about Jesus. He turned to God in prayer, and from those prayer times came the words of a prayer song -

Open our eyes, Lord, we want to see Jesus

To reach out and touch him, to say that we love him.

Open our ears, Lord, and help us to listen.

Open our eyes, Lord, we want to see Jesus.

In worship, whether with others or alone, we open up ourselves to the presence of God, to his touch, his word, and all that may come from that experience - comfort, encouragement, mercy, compassion, forgiveness, direction, and so much more. But do we really see him; do we really hear him; can we really touch him? Unlikely, in the physical sense, though not impossible because nothing is impossible for the God we worship. But in faith, we can do all of those things.

You may not be able to see or hear or touch God right at this moment, he may seem very far away. But open up your heart and mind, your soul, to him now, and he will find a way of letting you know he’s there. He will open the eyes and ears of your faith, however small that faith may be, so that you become aware of his presence, with you, and within you,

You don’t have to be in a special place, it doesn’t have to be a special time, you don’t have to be alone. Wherever you are is your place; now is your time; the Almighty God of all that was, is, and ever will be, is waiting, and longing, to embrace you and draw you close to himself.

Use Robert Cull’s words as your prayer. He will answer you.

Open my ears, Lord, and help me to listen.

Open my eyes, Lord, I want to see Jesus

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