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12th May 2018 | Written by ILCH | Categories : news & features

Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church calls upon the local community for assistance to stage their presentation of The Fisherman’s Tale in church – can you help?

In association with Bible Encounter Trust, they present The Fisherman’s Tale in the Methodist Church, inviting local schools for sessions between  12th – 22nd June.

Each session sees the children enter a labyrinth, transporting them first to the catacombs of ancient Rome and then to an atmospheric first-century fisherman’s cottage. As they move through and become engaged with the immersive set, designed to give the children a ‘firsthand’ experience of life at the time of Jesus, the children are invited to hear the story of Jesus through the eyes of Simon Peter, one of his first disciples.

However, in order to run this ‘Tale,’ they need voluntary help in setting up the church.

Cheadle Hulme Methodist

Below is a list of the help they, so if you feel that you could spare time on any/ all of those dates, then please contact Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church, indicating when you are available to help.

Saturday 9th June

  • * 11:00 am – Deliver Props [minimum of 8 people to help off-load]
  • * 12:30 pm – Deliver catacombs [minimum of 4 people to help off load]
  • * 2 pm – [minimum of 6 people to help offload – heavy lifting] Deliver Boat

Sunday 10th June – Pre Set-up Day

  • * 12 noon – Move pews after morning service – minimum of 8/10 to move pews
  • * 2 pm – 6 pm – Initial set-up –  minimum of 6/8 active people to build set – happy up ladders/wielding a screwdriver.  Please bring own stepladders and tools (electric screwdriver etc)     

Monday 11th June – Main Set-up Day

  • * 9:15am-12: 30 pm –  minimum of 8/10 active people to build set– happy up ladders/wielding a screwdriver. Bring own stepladders and tools (electric screwdriver etc)     
  • * 10 am minimum of 6 people to iron– with own iron and a thick blanket
  • * 1:30 pm – 4 pm minimum of 6 active people to complete set- happy up ladders/wielding a screwdriver
  • * 2 pm – 5:30 pm minimumof6 active people to hang cloth- happy up ladders
  • * 7pm–9pm – minimum of 4/6 active people to help with final cloth hanging/set dressing & tidying up

Friday 22nd June – Dismantle

  • * 3:30-5: 30 pm minimum of 6 active people to – remove and pack artefacts &
    – remove and fold cloth
  • * 4:15pm-6: 30 pm minimum of 8/10 active people to dismantle framework/set
  • * 6:30 pm – 8 pm minimum of 6active people to load van etc

Saturday 23rd June

  • * 11 am –  minimum of 6/8 active people to load the boat and replace pews

So if you can find time to help this showcase in any way please get in touch now! The Church would also like to thank any helpers in advance!

Cheadle Hulme Methodist

Cheadle Hulme Methodist