The High Wycombe Methodist Circuit was originally created in 1815 from at least 5 churches in the Oxford Circuit. Over the years, churches have come and gone, until there are now 9 active churches in the Wye Valley area. The High Wycombe Circuit is part of the Northampton Methodist District. There is a link to their website on the Links page.
The High Wycombe Methodist Circuit’s role is to affirm and support the life of the local Churches in worship, mission, service and discipleship.
At the end of October we see the first of a monthly series entitled Living and Dying Well. These afternoons will begin with refreshments and then move into a short time of worship and then it will be over to our speaker to lead the rest of the meeting. There will be time for Q&A’s. You are invited to bring with you a thought about what helps you to live well – e.g. – your exercise class; your choir; your diet; aromatherapy; reflexology; yoga; a brisk walk with the dog; U3A; your worshipping community; volunteering; regular trips to the cinema or theatre; – you get the gist!
We all want to live well and fall back into the arms of our creator gently. Most people are put off by the Dying Well section but I can assure you from previous experience of leading an afternoon that it was a heart-warming and holy time.
The first meeting will be led by Roberta Lunt and Richard Goldstraw and will reflect on the months ahead. All suggestions most welcome.
High Wycombe Methodist Circuit