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

CinC

 

What's Happening Soon

New Family Worship Service
Sunday July 8th 10.30am

Men's Breakfast - Saturday 7th July 9.00am

Messy Church
Saturday August 25th 10.00am

Alternative Worship - Two services to choose from:
Sunday 23rd September 10.30am

Toddlers
Friday Mornings from 9.45am

Rev Jon's Circuit Farewell
Sunday 22nd July 4.00pm - 7.00pm

Fun Friday's
Friday 3rd & 17th August 10.00am - 12.30pm


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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

Family Worship - Second Sunday of the month


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 - July/August

Where Have the Years Gone!

Dear Friends,

After thirteen years here in Worcester the time has come for me to ‘Sit Down’. (Methodist terminology for Retirement!) I will be finishing here in Worcester towards the end of July but will be moving to our home in Wiltshire on Monday 9th July which is not far from Royal Wootton Bassett!

My time in Worcester has been life changing as I have ministered into the Circuit but more especially my time spent at Bromyard Road and Ombersley Road. I have come to know brothers and sisters who are indeed ‘saints’ and what a privilege it has been to travel alongside many through the good times and times of great tribulation. In thirteen years I’ve watched children grow up. I’ve baptized, performed marriages, performed too many funerals. I’ve visited hospitals, care homes and hospices. Together, we realized a few dreams, lived through a few trials, and persevered. I have indeed grown in my faith and become more ‘rounded’ in my theological views, many of the ‘rough edges’ have been knocked off and I feel much more able now to serve the Lord as a minister than I did when I started!

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