Updated 04/04/2019

Something to think about:

Wise thoughts from John Wesley, worth pondering . . . 

"I learned more about Christianity from my mother than from all the theologians of England"!

I wonder how often we can agree with John Wesley that the face or nature of God is made much plainer to us in simple, close, loving relationships than in volumes of wordy debate and explanation?    Watch this space for more wise thoughts . . .       

The Noon Prayer Meeting will be in the Fellowship Room on Wednesday 5th, 12th, 19th, & 26th June; 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st July 

This regular Wednesday Prayer Meeting meets every Wednesday in the Fellowship Room. 

Everybody welcome


Nico is leading a Bible Study every 2nd Tuesday of each month. Next month’s Bible Study will be on Tuesday 11 June from 7pm till 8.30 in the Fellowship room. All are most welcome

This now replaces the  Cloverley House Group 


The next Messy Church is on Friday 21st June, from 3.30 till 5.30 pm. The theme for our eight craft activities will be "Healthy Bodies, healthy Souls"



Sunday 30 June- 60th Anniversary of The Biarritz Hotel is being celebrated with a 'Songs of Praise' at 8 pm. There is a buffet meal before at £15.

Also, same evening, 'New Song' at SHMC at 6 pm

Thursday Night is Concert Night at Georgetown Church on 6 June, 7.30pm. Featuring the JC Glee Choir, Dom Pallot on guitar and  Julie Robinson playing the violin. Conductoris Grace Garnier. No tickets required, retiring collection 

Circuit Consultation 

Georgetown Methodist Church  Saturday 8 June 9.30 for 10.00 to 12.00

1. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Led by Mrs Jean Treleven and Rev Nico Hilmy-Jones

2. Ministry in the Methodist Church

Draft Statement

Engagement with the draft statement and conversations about the nature and theology of ministry within the Methodist Church Led by Rev Danny Wheadon

We hope that at least 2-3 people from each church we will come along Refreshments will be available


ISRAEL TOUR 2020     Come! Experience! ..... God's Land of the Bible! 26th March to 5th April 2020 Organised by: Jean Schooling - Spiritual Leader: John Perkins 
We invite you to join us on our 8th tour of Israel ..... Interested? Want to know more ..... then please come along 
to: Bethlehem Methodist Church Hall, on Saturday 30th March at 11am 
Alternatively, you can contact: Jean Schooling on 07797 841414 Or email: 


June sees the start of the "Music on the Bulwarks" Concerts at St. Aubin, and we are delighted to be welcoming two local choirs.  On Tuesday 11th June - The Songsmiths will be performing, with their usual entertaining mix of popular music and songs. Later in the month, on Thursday 27th June, we welcome Vocalise, the ladies choir conducted by Grace Garnier whom many of you will know well.

Both concerts start at 8 pm., with a retiring collection in aaid of charities supported by the church and the choirs.

Please continue to remember an item or two for the food parcels at St Helier Methodist Centre when  shopping for your groceries. Rev. Tony Morling has expressed his gratitude to all who have been giving in the past. Please continue your support to help local folk less fortunate than ourselves. Donations may be left in the basket in the Vestibule. 


The Revds. Graeme and Elaine Halls are leaving the Island this summer.  You are welcome to join us for the Farewell Service on Sunday 14th July at 6.30 pm at Georgetown Methodist Church, followed by a reception in the Hall.  During the service we will be welcoming the Revd. Danny Wheadon. The Revd. Dr. David Hinchliffe from Guernsey will preach.

Paring is limited beside the church, but there will be overflow parking available at Pentagon, opposite the Bagot Road Garage.


SHOES..SHOES.for Ecce Homo Romania. We learnt from the talk on Sunday, that children are not permitted to go to school if they are not wearing shoes. We are putting out a plea for Shoes , any type, all sizes, please pass the message around your family, bring to chapel or Sonny & Di can collect. All items of clothing and bedding would also be gratefully received.

.Ecco Homo runs a second hand charity shop in the Precinct at Les Quennevais.  Please visit the shop and also support it with donations of good quality goods and furniture.  They are also in need of helpers and will welcome anyone with a couple of hours to spare occasionally.  This charity supports vital work among the poorest of people in Romania.


SHOES, BOOKS, CDs, DVDs, BRIC-A-BRAC, JEWELLERY, LINEN, ART, TOYS, COLLECTABLES, UNWANTED GIFTS, HOUSEHOLD & ELECTRICAL ITEMS  TO OFFER FURNITURE – PLEASE CALL 618417, 618497 OR 743367 (evenings) Their driver/s will usually call back within 48 hours (office hours) to arrange a viewing.  For more information about CRY projects, please contact Jane Allchin at the CRY shop on 618497 or Monika Le Seelleur on 07797 717919 or visit their website at