Webteam: February 2020
South Warwickshire Circuit
Newsletter Number 7
Kineton Methodist Church
Kineton Chapel was registered for worship in October 1842. A new, larger building on the same site was opened in December 1893. Sunday worship is at 10.30 am & 6.30 pm.
We have many joint ventures with local Anglicans at St. Peter's Church:
Another regular is the fortnightly Women's Circle on Wednesday afternoons. We begin with a short act of worship. Our programme covers a variety of speakers and topics. Recently we packed shoeboxes of gifts from members of the congregation for Operation Christmas Child. We would love to welcome new members to the Circle from other churches in the Circuit. We may be able to provide transport, please contact our President, Val Trinder on 01926 641564.
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