Bailgate Methodist Church

Welcome to Bailgate Methodist Church

LIVE-STREAMING OF SERVICES: Please read the information on the ‘Worship Services’ page for details of viewing our worship services on-line via YouTube  

Our Minister: Rev Gyula Fiak (tel 01522 532828)

Welcome to our Church, please have a look at our website and call in and visit us, we are looking forward to seeing you.

Located in the Cathedral Quarter of Lincoln, Bailgate Methodist Church is a traditional church with a variety of weekday activities.  Our main meetings are for worship on Sunday:
Sunday Services:
10:30am  (every Sunday unless otherwise advertised).
6:00pm    (previously every Sunday, but cancelled during the pandemic)
The Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion) is usually celebrated during one morning each month. There is no choir during the pandemic.
The Sunday School  meets at 10.30am in the church before leaving for their own groups after the first hymn and a short talk.

The ‘Well’ (coffee lounge) Until the pandemic, it opened every week-day between 10am and 3pm (Fridays until 1pm) at the front of the church on Bailgate. Everyone was welcome to come in for a coffee and a chat, and browse the bookshop. We hope to re-open once we are no longer restricted by the pandemic.

For more information about our Lincoln Circuit of churches see: lincolnmethodist.org.uk (or click here: Lincoln  Methodist Circuit website.)

OUR MINISTER’S CHRISTMAS 2020 MESSAGE 

Hello Bailgate Methodist Church Family!

“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” Amen!

God created the world and the human race in it and He was delighted by it. He created us human beings for fellowship and He was very much happy with it just like any parents would be with their children. Ideally, parents love to be with their children, to see how they learn new things and enjoy each other’s company. In a family like that, there is a loving atmosphere within – it is a close community where we share and we do not have to pretend to be someone else we are not. We do not have to be ashamed of our ways of behaving though we might get told off from time to time…but in a loving manner. Now that idealistic, loving community is the family of God.

Nothing breaks parents’ heart more than when their kids would turn away from them and exclude their parents from their life – they would feel hurt, broken – because they just would like to be with them and help them in times of need.

Christmas is about God showing His love to us, His children in need. Our need was greater than we could imagine so He sent His Son to let us know that He is still there for us. Christmas is about God warmly smiling on us and saying: ‘I love you my child’.

When we have Him in our lives then we can be at peace because, though we do not know what kind of day we will wake up to, we can be sure that our God loves us and will always be there for us! So, we have reason to celebrate and be merry!

“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” Amen!

Merry Christmas Everyone!,  Gyula

 

Site content last updated : February 21st 2021

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