The community of SWE welcomes all to bake bread and share fellowship.
NO NEED TO BOOK A PLACE. ALL ARE WELCOME. Lift is now in operation.
However, if you intend to bring a group new to baking, then please phone/email to let us know, so that we can organise enough helpers. Thank you.
Check out our Same Loaf, New Wrapper page to find out about the new Emmaus Circuit that we are now a part of.
Do scroll through the other pages; to see how we normally work. We look forward to welcoming you to Somewhere Else.
If you need to contact SWE, then email email@example.com to contact Lorraine, our Administrator and Pastoral Assistant, or phone on 074 9873 6436 or 0151 706 0155.
Somewhere Else (also known as The Bread Church) is an inclusive community that meets around the making and sharing of bread. We offer a warm welcome, hospitality and friendship to those of all faiths and none. We are part of the Emmaus Circuit of Liverpool Methodist Church District. This is a brand new circuit of non-geographic missional communities, gathering together and supporting "non-traditional churches and groups." Follow the link to read about "same loaf, new wrapper" and what the circuit has been doing.
We are open twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 10.30 am - 2.00 pm to make bread by hand, with individuals and community groups of all ages and abilities. The sessions include time for:
Anyone wishing to make bread is asked to arrive by 11a.m. To share in other parts of the fellowship - coffee, conversation, Reflections and lunch - people arrive at any time from mid-morning onwards.
The activity is usually led by our team of volunteers who help with hospitality, and guide visitors through the steps in bread-making.
All our volunteers, known as facilitators, have undergone a 5 session training programme which includes food hygiene as well as safeguarding.
Check this website or our facebook page to keep up to date.
The Bread Church - Emmaus Methodist Church Community in Liverpool City Centre
Be thou my vision,
O Lord of my heart
Naught be all else to me
Save that thou art
Thou my best thought
By day or by night
Waking or sleeping,
Thy presence my light.
Please follow this link for the daily prayer. Thank you for joining our community in prayer since lockdown. You can also join the community in prayer on our Facebook page every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 pm.
Praying the breakthrough prayer
A prayer for God to break through in the life of our churches:
God of love, God for all,
your purposes are more beautiful than we can possibly imagine.
Fill us with your Holy Spirit.
Help us let go of all that holds us back.
Open our lives and our churches to new seasons of humility and faith, of change and growth.
Shake us up with the Good News of Jesus and show us the way.
The Methodist Church in Britain's Prayer Handbook for 2023 - 2024's theme is Hidden Treasures:based on Isaiah 45:3, with further inspiration from Romans 8:22-29 and Psalm 139.
We talk easily about ‘the light of Christ’, yet truly God is at work in the darkness, and in the most difficult of times. It can feel challenging to follow God when the way ahead seems less clear. But we believe that God’s hidden treasures are present, often in the most unexpected places and unexpected people. While the prevailing narrative is decline, there is hidden potential for new growth in the Church and continuing to see God at work, even in the most marginalised of communities.
Follow the link for the daily prayer.
Take time out to pause and take inspiration from our Positive Thoughts page.
Listen to a song, read a poem, psalm or passage from the Bible.
If you have any inspirational passages or songs that you think others would enjoy, then please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Psalm of the week - 145
1 I will exalt you, my God the King;
I will praise your name for ever and ever.
2 Every day I will praise you
and extol your name for ever and ever
Follow this link to the Positive Thoughts page to read more about this psalm.
Listen to Shane and Shane sing this psalm in their Light of the World song.
Image Ben White on Unsplash.
Our Winter Wheat project, led by Chris is "bearing fruit" as our wheat stalks are almost ready to harvest. Do read the following pages for all that has been happening.
Or read Chris's first newsletter by following this link.
January to May newsletters available here.
"Somewhere Else are very grateful to the Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Service (LCVS) for providing us with funding to support our Grain Gather Grow project. We applied for the funding from LCVS's Covid Community Impact Fund back in October and were delighted to be awarded with funds to cover the costs of the project, helping us keep in touch with our community and beyond in these difficult times."
Each Sunday morning, you can join in worship from Central Hall Westminster at 11 am by following this link.www.youtube.com/mchwevents
You can also join in worship led by the Minister of Wesley's Chapel London at 11 am https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAUqhmhevz5sqhh72LIMxA
We trust that these will help you to feel connected to the wider Christian community.