Welcome to Bromyard Road Methodist Church, St. John's, Worcester

Jon Musselwhite

Bromyard Road Methodist Church
Bromyard Road
St. John's



What's Happening Soon

New Family Worship Service
Sunday January 14th 10.30am

Men's Breakfast - Saturday 9th December 9.00am

Christmas Messy Church
Tuesday December 19th 3.30pm

Carol Singing around Meadow Bank
Monday 11th December 6.30pm

Light a Candle for Absent Love Ones
Saturday 16th December 2.00pm

Traditional Candlelit Carol Service
Sunday 17th December at 6.30pm

Family Nativity with a Difference!
Sunday 17th December 10.30am

Candlelit Midnight Communion
Christmas Eve Sunday 24th December 11.30pm

Christmas Day Celebration for all the Family
Christmas Day Monday 25th December 11.00am

Covenant Service
Sunday 7th January 10.30am

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bromyard road, worcester st john's, methodist church


Bromyard Road Methodist Church,
St. John's, Worcester

Sunday Morning Family Worship

Holy Communion - First Sunday of the month

Early Morning Communion -Third Sunday of the month at 9.00am
(followed by breakfast)

Alternative Worship - Fourth Sunday of the month

Contemporary Worship Service - Sunday 4.00pm

Church is not just on Sundays...

Messy Church - Third Tuesday of the month at 3.30pm

Lunch Bunch - Second Sunday of the month at 12.00noon


Minister's Monthly Letter - December

Unto them that look for Him shall He appear

Dear Friends,

On a recent visit to Spain we went to see where the film ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly’ was filmed. The stage ‘set’ with all its buildings etc. was still there and many tourists still visit the location which has now become very ‘commercialised’. Whilst we were there a ‘western’ story was re-enacted that had a rather gruesome ending, a story definitely not for the faint hearted, but on the bright side, the bar was still open, spittoon and all!

As I looked through our photographs I was surprised that the film was filmed in Spain and that the ‘set’ is still there to this day, after all the film was made in the early 60’s! I know that the ‘spaghetti westerns’ were popular but I did not realise that they had such a large following of people who still keep the films memory alive today!

Soon we will be keeping our ‘story’ the story of the birth of Christ alive as we celebrate Christmas again this year. We will go back and re-visit the stable in Bethlehem and perhaps try to remember the humble circumstances that surrounded the birth of Jesus...

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