Litcham Methodist Chapel

Saturday November 24th – from 10am until 12:30pm
Come and join us for a coffee and mince pie
Browse the craft stalls for Christmas presents and cards
And of course there will be a raffle
All monies raised will go towards Dr Brown’s
Tanzanian Clinic Health Amplifier Charity


Tittleshall 9:30am
2nd     10:30am     Rev. Philip Butcher (Café church)
9th      10:30am     Local Arrangement
16th    10:30am     Carol Service
23rd    10:30am     Elsie Warby
25th    10:30am     Christmas Day Family Service
30th    10:30am     Rev Andrew King (Holy Communion)

Litcham 10.30am (please note service times vary)
2nd       9,30am     John Hull
9th        9,30am     Rev Andrew King
16th      3:00pm     Carol Service
23rd      9:30am     Rev Andrew King
25th    10:15am     Christmas Day Family Service
30th    10:30am     Communion Service at Litcham


Tittleshall 9:30am
January 6th       Local Arrangement
13th     Rev’d Andrew King  (Covenant Service)
20th     Stephen Lynn
27th     Local Arrangement

Litcham 10.30am
January 6th       Glyn Constantine  (Cafe StyleWorship)
13th       Ray Cunningham
20th       Rev’d Rosemary Wakelin
27th      Rev’d Andrew King  (Covenant Service)

Tittleshall Methodist Chapel
Sunday 16th December at 3pm

On the 2nd Friday of each month a new Study Group is meeting

at the Methodist Chapel in Litcham at 10am.
Interesting discussions and much laughter plus coffee.
All welcome


Do you, like me, sometimes find quite minor things in the grand scheme, extremely irritating?
One of these things in my case is people, at the end of a TV programme saying “We’ll see you soon/tomorrow/next time”.  I just want to yell at the screen, “NO YOU WON’T”.  I might see them, but they, as sure as hens lay eggs, will NOT be seeing me.
Why do I begin with this moan at the start of my December notes?
Well, it reminds me that the Christmas angels brought their message to the Bethlehem shepherds offering peace and goodwill to all people. So, in my case, this has to include those people who I find so frustrating.  (No doubt I am an equal frustration to others!)
If you pause for a moment, I’m sure you can think of those who annoy you similarly, and also need your goodwill.
Onward then with news of Christmas events in our chapels.
On the afternoon of Tuesday 11th December,  at 2pm, we at Litcham, in conjunction with St Mary’s Parish Church, invite the junior phase of the village school to join us for a Christingle service, at which each child receives a Christingle to take home, and learns more of the Christmas story through the symbols contained within the service.  We did this for the first time last year, and it was a most wonderful afternoon, and a pleasure to spend time with so many immaculately behaved children.
Both of our chapels have Carol Services on Sunday 16th.  with Litcham’s service at 10:30am, and Tittleshall’s at 3pm.
On Friday 21st. we have the Big Carol Sing at Litcham, starting at 7pm.  We are delighted that Pippa Cook and Sarah King will be joining us once again to play for us.  This is not a conventional service, but rather a chance to go carol singing without having to wander round in the cold! There will be refreshments afterwards, and a collection will be taken for the charity Action for Children.
On Christmas Day there will be a short service at Tittleshall at 10:15am, and at at Litcham at 10:30am.
We will be thrilled to see you at any of these occasions, and yes, we really WILL be seeing you.
Happy Christmas everyone.
Stephen Lynn


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

ALL welcome to come.

Macmillan Coffee Mornings
Tittleshall and Litcham Methodist Chapels together raised the magnificent sum of £684.24 (with more to come in) at their respective coffee mornings on 15th and 27th September.  Ailsa and Stephen would like to thank all those who baked the lovely cakes and sausage rolls, provided prizes and came along.  We could not have done it without your kind support.  Many thanks.

Quarterly Queryists
The November meetings will be held at Litcham Chapel on Thursday 15th at 7:30pm, when our speaker will be Canon Andy Bryant, whose fields of expertise are Mission and Pastoral work.
Everyone is welcome to what is sure to be a stimulating evening, and we’ll even throw in a cuppa! 

Mr Stephen Lynn, 34 Manor Drive

Tel: 01328 700 978