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Methodism in Lincolnshire is alive and well.  We have a rich heritage, a purposeful present and an exciting future.
The birthplace of the Wesleys is now a county of 160 Methodist churches. 

We proclaim the Gospel as we have received it; we seek to work alongside others in meeting the needs of our diverse and wonderful communities, from inner city to rural hamlet, and we look to what God has in store for us as we plan for a future with Christ at the centre.

Bruce Thompson (Chair of the District)

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Emergency Services

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Development of Preachers and Worship Leaders

Do you have a passion for leading worship?

Do you feel that God is calling you to nurture and develop the work of Local Preachers and Worship Leaders across the District?

Then if so we may have a role for you.

FEAST Newsletter - June 2013

Read all the news from the Lincolnshire FEAST Group (Fresh Expressions Area Strategy Team) including information on the Vision Day on 22nd June with guest speaker Ann Morrisy, the new Mission Shaped Ministry course starting in September and a Fresh Expression called Luminous.

Wolds Methodist Centre Opening

Ministers attending opening of Wolds Centre

Methodist heritage in the Lincolnshire Wolds received a major boost recently with the opening of the Wolds Methodist Centre.  The Centre is available for walkers and tourists and for quiet days and retreats.





50 years of Catholic Ecumenism

50 years of Catholic Ecumenism

Active Faith Conference

Active Faith Conference

9th October 2014, 10am - 3pm in Lincoln

Key note speaker - Julian Bryant from Tearfund

To consider the social issues of our day and how the church can respond effectively

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Telling the Story

Telling our Story: Exploring Methodism through Heritage and Place

Get ready to share Methodist history and faith with visitors to your Methodist heritage site, church or chapel.

FREE interactive workshop on Tuesday 25 March. All welcome.