Update on Church Re-opening

The Government announced that Places of Worship can open in England from 4th July with certain restrictions.  However, The Methodist Church says the decision to re-open a church needs serious consideration and a thorough understanding of what is required in terms of planning and health and safety requirements.
There is no compulsion to re-open if unless it can be done safely. 
The Leadership Team will therefore meet again this week to assess the situation and a further update will then be issued.


S Chad Sunday Services can be viewed via either of the links below

a weekly

Half  Hour with Jesus
can also be viewed via the YouTube link above

  'Worship Wednesday @ 11am via Zoom'  
a simple act for worship

Just go to www.zoom.us and click on the join a meeting button and follow the instructions  - same ID and password as previously circulated - contact us for it

NB: note you do not need to download Zoom to join in 

In these difficult times read Bev Jones' 
Thought for the Week 



Following guidance from the Government and Methodist Connexion, it is with regret that we have cancelled all Services, Events and Activities, until further notice.

There are useful resources for worship at home in this week's Notices


Worship normally takes place every Sunday at 10.45am and is led by the Praise Group. It is contemporary in style and includes a mixture of modern worship songs and traditional hymns, prayers and Biblical themed preaching.

There are also groups for children and youth from 3 - 16 years and a creche for those up to 3 years.

All Age, BB & GA Parade Services are normally on 2nd Sunday each month.


Coffee and tea are served in the lounge after the service.

Large print hymn/song books and bibles are available

The church has an induction loop, hearing aids should be set to the T position.  

Please turn mobile phones off.


If you would like someone to pray with you, the Prayer Ministry Team 
(identified by red badges)  will be happy to do so. 
Please make yourself known to them. 

Click here to view or download Ian Heath's sermon follow up notes