Totley Rise

Methodist Church, Sheffield

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Totley Rise Methodist Church

Welcome

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Welcome to our church's website. Totley Rise Methodist Church is a lively and welcoming place on the South West outskirts of Sheffield, England. Please use the navigation panel on the left to explore our activities and news.

Almost every Sunday we have services at 10:30am and 6:30pm. In addition we have early morning services of different types on the first four sundays of each month - click here for service details. But there is much more activity at Totley Rise. For articles about past and future events, visit our News and Events Blog. For dates, see our Calendar page.  You can also see our most recent weekly notices and newsletters.   

 

 

Weekly Notices

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Notices for Sunday's Services

 

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Sunday 25th May 2015

 

Quiet Garden Plants Discovered

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Quiet Garden Plants 

 

The Quiet Garden team has delighted us with their creativity, hard work and enthusiasm to share the wonders of nature in this special area.  This is now an important part of the Church's presence in the community as much as a place for individual and collective worship.   

The Garden continues to surprise us as we move through the seasons and here's a perfect example of the delight the Quiet Garden volunteers themselves find in the Garden and their wish to encourage others to explore. 

 Josie Dunsmore writes:

"As I was weeding in the Quiet Garden today I looked over the fence at the tops of the gabions and was amazed at the variety of plants that have seeded there in just two(?) years.  I'm no botanist but was able to identify 10 species including:

   1. Grasses
   2. Lesser Celandine
   3. Wood Anemone
   4. Wood Sorrel
   5. Herb Robert
   6. Bugle
   7. Willowherb
   8. Alcemillia Mollis
   9. Sycamore
   10. Forget-me-not

I'm sure more plants will appear through the rotting leaf mould that is nurturing them and softening and disguising the metal stone-filled cages.  It could turn into an extension of the Quiet Garden as a natural wild flower 'meadow'. At present there are loads of wood anemones popping up around the garden and in the patches of woodland across the river.  Wood anemones are ancient woodland indicators, showing that our garden was long ago part of Ackley Bank West Wood".


Our thanks to Josie for this and to all the volunteers who maintain the Garden so beautifully.
 

 

Latest Newsletter

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April & May 2015

(Issue 51)

 

This latest issue of Alive magazine looks at Easter and the activities planned by the Church, special events in the Quiet Garden, celebrating 30 years of the Luncheon Club and much more.

There is a special feature on Christian Aid and the bread and cheese lunch organised for the 10th May.  We really need your help to deliver and collect envelopes - just 2 or 3 hours.  The money raised by Christian Aid changes lives and you can make a diiference.  To offer your help, see the articles for contact details.

 

to read this latest issue, click on the link above.

 

To view the archive of Alive! issues click on this link

 

Circuit Review

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Circuit Review Feedback Meeting - 15th April 2015

 

Following the submission by church members of responses to the Circuit questionnaires and the Circuit review meetings with chirch representatives, a feedback meeting was held last night at Millhouses Methodist Church for the benefit of Millhouses, Dore and Totley Rise (TRM).

 

TRM went mob-handed with 30+ representatives and played a full, if not boisterous, part in this feedback from the Circuit team and opportunity for discussion of our present and future challenges, suggestions and preferences for meeting them and a sharing of the approaches taken by our good friends at Dore and Millhouses Churches.  The hospitality for the evening was excellent and those who attended enjoyed the opportunity to discuss in depth a snapshot of where we are in terms of the make up of church membership, the potential for growth (both spiritually and numerically), where our mission should be taking us and our links in the community, including ecumenical partnerships.

 

It will take some time to digest the discussions and to provide some form of assessment for the wider TRM community but it is hoped that this can be achieved over the coming months so that everyone has an awareness of our direction of travel and can play their own part in developing our mission with a sense of purpose and zeal.

 
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