Due to Covid 19, in line with Government guidance, all Methodist Church buildings are now closed for the foreseeable future. The only exception is for Churches that are offering essential social outreach such as foodbanks, soup kitchens and night shelters.
Suspending services means that the Methodist Church of Great Britain advises that
baptisms are suspended, apart from those regarded as an emergency, and if you have a wedding
planned in a Methodist Church you should speak to your minister. While funerals
may still take place, we would advise that the number of people attending is
limited as per the Government’s advice.
Worship sheets to use at home and live-streamed services can be found here. Peasedown St John and Midsomer Norton churches are livestreaming worship on Sundays, at their usual time of 10.30am, on their Facebook pages. To join them in worship please follow the links on this website to their homepages.
The Methodist Church's advice on Covid 19 can be found here
"The Methodist Church is more than its buildings and if in these unprecedented times we can continue our life as Methodists without using our buildings we will help to reduce the chances of transmission of the virus.” The Revd Dr Jonathan Hustler, Secretary of the Conference
We are a Methodist Circuit in the Bristol District.
The Circuit covers an area from the Chew Valley in the west to the village of Box in the east and from the town of Keynsham in the north to Midsomer Norton in the south.
The Methodist Church in Great Britain is divided into Districts, we are part of the Bristol District, which are, in turn, sub-divided into Circuits - to find out more about the structure of the Methodist Church in Britain, follow this link.
The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the Gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. To find out more follow this link.
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