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Enniskillen Methodist Church, along with sister churches at Florencecourt, Letterbreen, Knockinny and Blacklion, form the Enniskillen Circuit.  Enniskillen Methodist Circuit belongs to the Methodist Church in Ireland.  You’re welcome to join us for the services and events that are listed.

All activities which involve meeting in groups and together for worship are currently suspended as part of our responsibilities in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The church is not the building and we will be the church wherever we are.

The Council on Social Responsibility have released a statement on Covid-19 and our responsibilities as followers of Christ during this time.

Read the 5 action points here: https://buff.ly/3aUFidM

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Do you need help and advice?  Contact us for practical help.  Here’s a list of delivery services, financial help, foodbank, mental health services, home schooling, links to local supermarkets, do’s and don’ts.  If you have any further suggestions – contact us and we’ll add it to the list.  Fermanagh and Omagh Council are compiling a list of organisations that have come forward to help the most vulnerable in our society.  If your community group or organisation wishes to offer support please contact communitysupport@fermanaghomagh.com and your details will be added.

For those living in the Bellanaleck/Florencecourt area Cleenish and Killesher Support will help with local shopping, click and collect and pharmacy delivery of medicines.

Online Worship Resource from the Methodist Church in Ireland – See this page which brings together all the resources so far and the Holy Week Messages.  Our President, Rev Sam McGuffin posts daily messages on his facebook page

Holy Week Meditations

Easter Sunday

NW District Superintendent – Rev Stephen Skuce

The way we meet has changed for the time being.  We are in touch via technology until the current crisis is over.  This is what we would normally experience.

In Enniskillen, our Sunday morning service at 11:30am offers a creche and Children’s Church.  Sunday School (Primary School aged children) and Bible Class (Years 8, 9 & 10) meets before the service at 10:30am.  Throughout the week there are various groups that bring people of all ages together for friendship and growth in faith.  We hope that the rest of our web site will let you know a little more about who we are and what we do and we look forward to welcoming you soon.

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