There are lots of interesting things going on in the Cumbria District. Please click here to read all about them!
There is a trip planned to visit Oberammergau and to see the Passion Play in August 2020. Please click here for more details.
Here is the latest news from the District …
With lots of useful information from the Cumbria Methodist District, click here to download the most recent mailing.
Here is the latest news from the District covering the following topics:-
Representative session will be held on Saturday 7th May at Penrith Methodist Church
Ministerial session will be held on Wednesday 13th April at Wigton Methodist Church
AUTUMN 2015 SYNOD updates:
Representative session will be held on the 10th September at Lorton Street Methodist Church Cockermouth
Ordinands Testimony Service
This Service will be held on Saturday 21st May 2016 at Penrith Methodist Church at 7pm
STATIONING Meeting – District Stationing Training will be held on 14th May 10am at Cottage Wood Centre. Calthwaite nr Plumpton
District Circuit Stewards Meeting – will be held on the 19th March at 9.30 for 10am at Stainton Methodist Church
Rural Day for Clergy this will be held on the 25th April 10am to 3pm at Crooklands details to follow
District Policy Committee – meeting will be on May 9th 10am at Stainton Methodist Church
Safeguarding news – information about training courses
DISTRICT REPORT – Marriage and Relationship Consultation. Below is a short summery of the Full Report.
The full report can be downloaded here …
The Circuit has now decided to retain the building and that it should be redeveloped as a community space for the village and also as a base for Christian mission work in the area. For this to happen, we need volunteers from across the Circuit.
Please click here for further details about this exciting new opportunity.
Please click here for details of how you could help the victims of the recent floods.
Last year Christian disability charity Through the Roof carried out a survey of disabled people’s experience of church, and two months ago they launched a free resource called All of Us Complete in Christ to help churches address the issues that disabled people are raising. This publication contains the results of the survey and a very comprehensive index of resources to help churches to better serve the disabled people in their communities. It can be downloaded here. There is also a website you can visit for more information. www.throughtheroof.org