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

Minister
Jon Musselwhite

Bromyard Road Methodist Church
Bromyard Road
St. John's
Worcester
WR2 5DL

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What's Happening Soon

Alternative Worship
Sunday 22nd January 10.30am

New Contemporary Worship Service
Sunday's at 4.00pm

Men's Breakfast - Saturday 7th January 9.00am

Carol Singing around Meadow Bank
Monday 12th December 6.30pm

Light a Candle for Absent Love Ones
Saturday 17th December 2.00pm

Traditional Candlelit Carol Service
Sunday 18th December at 6.30pm

Family Nativity with a Difference!
Sunday 18th December 10.30am

Christmas Messy Church
Tuesday 20th December 3.30pm

Candlelit Midnight Communion
Christmas Eve Saturday 24th December 11.30pm

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

Covenant Service
Sunday 8th 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
10:30am

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

Look for ways to Serve Others

Dear Friends,

Well, Christmas is just around the corner and what a blessed season it can be!

Anne and I in our morning reading’s recently read the following story:

When Ronald Reagan was governor of California, he sometimes slipped out of his office early, telling his administrator Michael Deaver, ‘I’ve a few errands to run.’ Deaver became curious, so he leafed through the ‘to read’ file on the governor’s desk. On top was a wrinkled letter from a man stationed in Vietnam. The soldier had written to Reagan telling him about his life in Southeast Asia, and how much he missed his wife. That particular day was their wedding anniversary and he wanted her to know how much he loved her and longed to be with her. Although he had already sent her a card, he asked the governor if he’d make a phone call to make sure she was okay and pass on his love in case she didn’t receive the card...

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