Welcome to the new Website for Chorley and Leyland Methodist Circuit. To find out about Connexion News, District Projects, the MANY events happening in the wider community and the District and job opportunities please click here. To find out more about us as a Circuit click here.
We are also now on Facebook , click the logo to visit.
Our new Circuit Video was launched in our Churches on Sunday 8th January 2017. Please do take a look and learn more about our Circuit and who we are.
The President and Vice-President of the Conference have called for prayer following yesterday's attack in Westminster, London. For their response, and for thoughts and prayers from the United Methodist Church and the London District, click Here.
Circuit Stewards are responsible, together with our Ministers, for the spiritual and material life of the whole Circuit.
Whilst this is an unpaid position, it is important that we are able to appoint calibre people, called by God, to this vital role.
If you wish to explore if you are being called into this ministry, please speak with one of the circuit ministers, or pass your name before the beginning of January 2017 to Brian King, Circuit Steward, (Tel 01772 619593); email@example.com or Revd Andrew Mashiter; Superintendent Minister, (Tel 01257 263251); firstname.lastname@example.org
Click Here for more information
Faithful and Fruitful
Thanks to you all for playing your part in making the Preston Faithful & Fruitful event a success; to those who prepared and took part in worship, to the workshop leaders and to all who attended and/or promoted the afternoon. Grateful thanks to Neville, Mary and Peter and the folks at Ashton Methodist Church for their welcome, hospitality and assistance given in so many ways throughout the day.
We hope you enjoyed the event and found it worthwhile. If you, or others who you know attended, have any feedback then please let us know as this will help when planning future District occasions.
Hungarian Orphanage Project
Chorley and Leyland Methodist Circuit launched a campaign to raise funds to support an orphanage in Teglas, Hungary which is close to the heart of Minister Rev Gyula Fiak. His former church in Hungary gave financial, practical and spiritual help to orphanages in the area.
Recognising a need, the circuit responded and fundraising for initial essentials was launched. Each church in the circuit was encouraged to find people willing to raise small amounts of £25 in creative and innovative ways. As these small pledges materialised, the total continued to grow, providing funds to pay for essentials such as an industrial washing machine, cooking stove, beds and other furniture, blinds, carpets and curtains.
Below is a video produced by Rev Fiak following his visit to the Orphanage to see how the money raised has been spent.
Click Here to read a letter from Hungary thanking the Circuit for monies raised so far.