We love the Church and have a particular affection for our rural Methodist circuit of village and town fellowships and house groups.
We have a passion and a vision to see the Christian Church as a focal point in the communities in which we live and worship.
We seek to support, encourage, serve
and understand the importance and values
of working in and with communities
not just locally but throughout the world.
We can make a difference for the better and you can be part of it
for all are welcome.
We hope you find this a friendly, informative web site and
discover a variety of expressions of faith in action.
Our Circuit Newsletter is available here
This site is always a work in progress so keep visiting us.
The last update was Sunday July 20th 2014
The Methodist people meet each year for their annual conference to share and exchange views on various topics of importance. This year we met in London and for more information please click here.
We recently found this news of one of our former circuit ministers in the Methodist Recorder
The Rev James Errington, a lifelong supporter of Newcastle United and the club's oldest season ticket holder, was entertained to a four course lunch by the club in recognition of his 99th birthday. He met many of the team, was presented with a signed Newcastle shirt and watched the last home game of the season from the directors' box. Rev Errington first saw Newcastle United play in 1928 and regards Hughie Gallagher as his favourite player. He was the Minister for the Asfordby Methodist Church in 1949.