- The Methodist Church
- The Square
- LU6 3SN
The Square is a place of worship and prayer where a warm welcome awaits you. The church is open most Friday mornings for visitors and those who wish to take time to be still and pray. There is also a short informal service at 10.45am.
For details of our Sunday services and other aspects of the church's life click on the tabs above.
The community rooms of the church are open on Saturday mornings for refreshments, and are used by a variety of community groups during the week.
Our Mission Statement
We are a town centre church aiming to radiate God’s love,
Job Opportunity: Circuit Worker
The South Bedfordshire Circuit of the Methodist Church is looking to appoint one or more Circuit Workers. These are new posts to support the work of the ministerial team in the Circuit and will include pastoral visiting, leading worship, officiating at funerals, chairing meetings and facilitating Bible studies.
The roles are for one year and are part-time. Hours/salary are by negotiation, to include Sundays and some evenings.
The Methodist Church is an equal opportunities employer.
There is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) that these post holders are Christian.
If you would like to be considered for one of these roles please email email@example.com for an Application Form.
The closing date for applications is 10 June 2015.
South Bedfordshire Methodist Circuit - Registered Charity No: 1134222
To book your place on the Vision Day at The Square, Sunday 14th June 2015, please fill in the form below.
Lord teach us to pray, just as John taught his disciples’
At a recent Worship Think Tank meeting at The Square where we were talking about prayer I was reminded of these words from the disciples ‘Lord teach us to pray’.
In the last Contact I mentioned that those who became world class soloists practiced their instruments for some 10,000 hours. I wonder if that is true also of our prayer lives. We might not want to be world class but certainly we should be aiming to be very proficient.
I believe prayer is central to our faith and we need to both learn to pray and put that experience of prayer into each part of our lives. One way of practicing is to write a prayer diary. Record those things which you pray for and then look back and see how much God has answered those prayers.
You might want to become part of a prayer chain where prayers are sent around a group of people. Or form a prayer group so that you meet with others to pray for and with each other.
‘Lord teach us to pray’. May we continue to learn and grow as we offer prayer for one another.
Grace and peace. Neil Drayton
Our Minister - Rev Neil Drayton
Listen to Neil on our Dunstable Sermons page.
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The Methodist Church The Square is part of The Methodist Church in Britain