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Worship is very important to us, and we offer ways of worshipping in-person and at home.

Chapel services

We have Sunday services at our chapels which are spread around the island. Click here to find your nearest one; you'll be warmly welcomed.

Farrane

Farrane is a contemporary evening service — click here for more details.

Sthie

(pronounced "Sty") is the Manx word for "at home". This is delivered through a FaceBook watch party with the video from each week also being posted on our Isle of Man Methodist Church YouTube channel.

Click here for Sthie.


MMAST

(Manx Methodists At Service Together). This is produced as a video each week on our YouTube channel with input from across the whole circuit.

MMAST also has a paper version offered for those who do not have Internet access. If you are aware of anyone who falls into this category, please contact your local minister who will be happy to provided printed sheets for them.

 

Click here for MAST

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Webteam: Wed 18 Mar 10:51am

We now have our own YouTube channel. It will have a range of content, including:Bible study material (Flipped Preaching)Sunday worship (Sthie & MAST — Methodist at Service Together)Youth videos (MAST Youth)Devotional videos (Song of the Week, Meditations)Testimony (My Story)Please follow this link to find the page and subscribe.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC...

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Webteam: Wed 18 Mar 9:34am

Sthie is one of our online worship services enabling you each week to join in at home with an act of Methodist worship. Sthie (pronounced 'sty') is the Manx word for 'at home'.There are several ways to access Sthie. 1. If you use Facebook, click on this link to join the Sthie group. Each week we host a 'watch party' where people all connect together at the same time...

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