Worship at Clifton Methodist Church
At Clifton Methodist our services are usually led by a minister or a Local Preacher. They vary according to the time of the Christian year, preference of the leader and the type of occasion, however they are all likely to include:
- Enthusiastic singing of hymns and songs.
- Readings from the bible in a modern easily understood translation.
- Heartfelt prayers which relate to what is going on in the world.
- Preaching which applies the gospel (good news or message) of Jesus to life today.
Some services also include Holy Communion (sometimes called the Lord’s Supper / Eucharist) which recalls Jesus last supper with his friends on the night before he was crucified. It is a symbolic meal of bread and (non-alcoholic) wine.
Please note that we also have a signed service for the deaf (using British Sign Language) on the third Sunday morning of each month.