Updated 07/10/2019

Something to think about:

Wise thoughts from John Wesley, worth pondering . . . 

"It is no marvel that the devil does not love field preaching!  Neither do I; I love a commodious room, a soft cushion, a handsome pulpit.  But where is my zeal if I do not trample all these undefoot in order to save one more soul?"

   Watch this space for more wise thoughts . . .       

The Noon Prayer Meeting will be in the Fellowship Room on Wednesday  9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th October; and 6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th November. 

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 8th October and 12th November 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 18th October, from 3.30 till 5.30 pm. The theme "Remember Me" explores the season of Remembrance and focuses on people whom we hold in memory and prayer as being important to us 

Blackbutter time again. We will be peeling the apples on Friday 11 Oct.  starting at 9.30 am in the Sunday School hall.  All willing to help would be most welcome, do bring your friends. Bring along your peelers, knives, bowls and rubber gloves. Soup, bread and cheese will be provided. Donations of cakes would be appreciated for morning coffee and afternoon tea. Also we will need strong men to stir at Les Pres Manor on Friday evening, through the night and Saturday morning. Please note due to the Jersey Rally, Les Près Manor, Grouville, can only be approached from the lane near Les Croix Cemetery, between the Coop and Grouville Church, during Friday 12.00 noon to 5.00 pm. We would hope to be potting late Saturday morning.

The Bible Society are holding a coffee morning on Tuesday 22 October, 10.30am-12.00pm at St  Matthew’s Church Hall.  Get a free copy of the Christmas booklet ‘With Love From God to You’; view the Christmas resources for your church and the new Christmas video and hear about the new resource for Bible Communicators, Lumino to be launched this month.  Refreshments will be served all morning with a short presentation at 11.00am.  Donations for the work of the Bible Society..


For your diaries

  • Peeling for Blackbutter making will start on Friday 11 October 
  • Mission Lunch will be on Saturday 16 November between 12 and 2 p.m.
  • Candlelight Service will be on Sunday 22 December
  • The Christmas Day morning service will be at St Martins


Bethlehem Methodist Church, welcomes everyone to their Feast of Tabernacles Celebration Weekend (Friday 18  to Sunday 20 October).   The theme is The Hope of Israel and they will be exploring the Biblical relationship of Jew and Gentile, Israel and the Church. The guest speaker is Jacob Vince  (Chief Executive at Christian Friends of Israel).  More info:


There will be An Evening of Remembrance in Poetry, Prose and Music devised and hosted  by Tim Pollard', to be held at St. Martin's Methodist Church at 8.00 pm on Thursday 7th November.  It will feature Alan Mollet at the Organ, with guests including Cathy Sara, Ian Ronayne and the Concordia Choir, conductor, Huw Lince.  There will be a retiring collection for the Earl Haigh Poppy Fund and light refreshments will be served in the Hall following the Concert.  Everyone most welcome



Jersey Street Pastors are running a Cream Tea Afternoon at the Caldwell Hall, St Clement's Parish Church on Saturday 19 October, 2.00-5.00pm.  Parking at the church.  They are fundraising for their ministry offering reassurance, safety and support on the streets of St Helier on Saturday nights from 11.00pm-3.00am.  Tickets £5.00.  Please contact St Clement's Church Office on 745260 to reserve your place.


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: 

From Rev Danny Wheadon

This is again my personal invitation to you all to the initial circuit meeting of the Methodist Conference’s 2019 Marriage and relationship report and the ‘God in love unites us’ study guide. This will be on Saturday 12 October at Ebenezer Methodist Chapel. The aim of the evening is to introduce the report and the consultation process. It will not be a debate or decision-making meeting. Note: The consultation process will end with a decision being made at the March 2020 District Synod and 2020 Conference. The timing is 6:00 pm for 6:30 pm start finishing between 8:00 pm-8:30 pm latest. Light refreshments will be available on the evening.

  • ·         Rev Ken Howcroft  (past President of Conference 2014-15) will introduce the topic and Conference Report
  • ·         Short film about 8 minutes long
  • ·         Introduction to the resources that are becoming available.
  • ·         Rev David Hinchliffe will explain the process for the consultation in the district.
  • ·         Breakout for everyone to have the chance to talk to each other and formulate any questions
  • ·         Final plenary session in which we try to deal with the questions.
  • Resources on the evening (also available online):
  • ·         Some Printed copies of the full report, as accepted by the Conference.
  • ·         A printed copy of the study guide.



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. 


200th Chapel Anniversary

'Save the date' for a special weekend in February when St. Martin'sMethodist Church will be celebrating its 200th Anniversary of the opening of the first Chapel in 1820.

There will be something for everyone and more details will be circulated nearer the time but the format is:

Friday 7 - 9 February 2020

Flower Festival from the Friday afternoon; Memorabilia displays from the Saturday; Concert on Friday Evening;   Games event for the church family (including Messy Church) on Saturday afternoon;  Celebratory Service on the Sunday


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


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.



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