Forthcoming Dates

On 21st May 10am-3pm, the Rotary Club of Hucknall will host its Hucknall Community Day in the marketplace area. It will feature over 20 local groups, volunteering information, and fundraising opportunities. Hucknall Central will be open and providing tea/coffee between 10am and 12 noon.

On 22nd May at 4pm at Arnold Methodist Church, come and join us for a District Service as we support our Ordinand, Rev. Yanyan Case, as she goes forward to her ordination at the Methodist Conference of 2022.

On 28th May there is an afternoon tea at Phoenix Farm Methodist Church. Sitting 1 is 12-2pm and sitting 2 is 2-4pm. It is £10 for adults and £5 for children under 12 years of age.

You can book free seats for the performance of CHALK, a powerful new comedy drama about a man fighting for his life, his past, and his dignity written and performed by local writer and actor Simon Carter, at Central Methodist Church on Saturday 28th May at 7.30pm: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/chalk If you book a ticket, you are asked to make a donation to Alzheimer’s Society

The next Church Council Meeting will take place on 7th June 2022 at 7.30pm at Eastside

We will have our next Building Connections event 10am-12 noon on Thursday 2nd June. The session after that will be 2-3.30pm on Saturday 11th June. This is a family orientated building club that takes places at Hucknall Central. Families are invited to come and spend 90 minutes (from 2pm – 3.30pm) engaged in a whole host of activities that involve building…building structures, building friendships, building connections and building faith. As well as the standard Lego / Blox / Duplo there will be a whole host of other things for people to try….Clics, Zoobs, Magnets, Wammy, Hexiflex, Sticklebricks, Octagons, Texo, Straws, Polydrons, Perpetual puzzles and K’nex. If you have no idea what these things are…..great, come along and discover all about them.

A 31-day challenge linked to The Methodist Way Of Life ran throughout January 2022 on the Methodist Facebook page. Details of The Methodist Way of Life can be found at http://www.methodist.org.uk/mwol

People were able to attend Central to walk in the Labyrinth in our worship area on Monday 1st & Tuesday 2nd November 2021. This was linked to COP26 Climate Change Summit.

Central’s Harvest Festival Service took place on Sunday 26th September 2021 at 10.30am.

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