Minister ~ Reverend Jacqui Horton
Steward ~ Stephen Lynn

We would like welcome you to a
Friday December 20th at 7pm
with special guests Pippa Cook (Piano) and
Tittleshall Ladies Male Voice Choir
Followed by seasonal refreshments.
Collection for Action for Children.


Litcham 10:30 am

5th           Tittleshall Methodist Church at 9:30am (No service at Litcham)
13th          Avril Temple
19th          Judith Semmons
26th          Revd Rosemary Wakelin (Holy Communion)


Tittleshall 9:30am unless otherwise stated.

2nd          9:30am       Avril Temple
9th         10:45am       United Service at Swaffham
16th          9:30am      Revd Rosemary Wakelin (Holy Communion)
23rd        10:30am      United Service at Litcham

Litcham 10:30am

2nd       10:30am      Local Arrangement (Family/Children’s Service)
9th        10:45am      United Service at Swaffham
16th        9:30am      United Service at Tittleshall
23rd      10:30am     Tony Hey (united Service)

On the 2nd Friday of each month at Methodist Chapel in Litcham at 10am
Interesting discussions and much laughter plus coffee.

ALL welcome to come.


Welcome to 2020.  We wish all readers of the Church and Village magazine a very happy and peaceful New Year.  January is the month known for its new beginnings and often cold weather!  However, towards the end of January we can noticeably see the days lengthen, even if the cold does strengthen and as Anne Bradstreet said “if we had no winter the spring would not be so pleasant.”

After the busyness of the Christmas season, January is a relatively quiet month in our Church calendar but at the beginning of every year in the Methodist Church, Covenant Services are held.  This renewal service gives us the opportunity to celebrate all that God has done for us and affirm that we give our lives to God.  This year, Tittleshall and Litcham congregations are uniting for this service which will be held on Sunday 5th January at Tittleshall at 9:30am.  Rev’d Jacqui Horton will lead us through this time of worship and a warm welcome is extended to you all.

Do give your prayerful support to the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity which is observed annually from the 18th to the 25th January.  The theme for 2020 is “They showed us unusual kindness” which finds its origins in the Acts of the Apostles.  As we begin another New Year we are all being called to show unusual kindness towards one another.

We finish with a prayer which was written to celebrate the arrival of the Millennium by the Church leaders of Norfolk and Waveney Churches Together.

Gracious god,
May we treasure the past with thanksgiving.
May we embrace the future with hope.
May we journey ahead with confidence.
In your love and in your power, now and always.
Through Jesus Christ our lord.

Every blessing Veronica and Albert Little

Macmillan Cancer Care
The Methodist Chapels at both Tittleshall and Litcham will be supporting Macmillan Cancer Care again this September, bit this year will be joining together to bring two very different events.
Tittleshall will be hosting a traditional coffee morning on Saturday 7th September  between 10am and noon, while at Litcham there will be an afternoon buffet tea from 5pm on Saturday 28thSeptember  followed by live music entertainment.
The Litcham event will be ticket only due to the constriction of space.  Tickets will be free, but you will be asked to give a donation of whatever you feel is appropriate.
Tickets will be available from Ailsa Warburton (01328 700981) or Stephen Lynn (01328 700978).
We will also welcome any offers to donate food for either of the events to help this wonderful cause.

Mr Stephen Lynn, 34 Manor Drive

Tel: 01328 700 978