Weekly Notices Around the Circuit & Beyond


Updated 20/07/2021

PLEASE NOTE:  As we return to the 'new normal' from the Covid19 crisis, Activities in and around the Church take on a new form as we follow directives from the 'Government of Jersey'.   Morning services still observe 'Social Distancing', careful cleaning, use of hand sanitisers.  Risk assessments have also been carried out carefully.  We are able to sing and wearing of masks is recommended though not mandatory of course.

"Messy Church"  is on holiday for August but we hope to resume Messy Church in the Hall in September.

The Hall has now been availble for hire for meetings and parties for a couple of months but care has to be taken with numbers and sanitation etc.

Something to think about:

Try writing a list of all the good things tha have come out of Covid-19, despite all the hardships and sorrows it has also brought to so many people.  Counting blessings is often a very happy surprise!

While our Minister, the Rev'd Nico Hilmy-Jones is on sabbatical, we have been fortunate to have Bible Studies with Dr. Nola Webster.  The next Bible Study, looking at the work of John Mark, will be on Wednesday 12th May at 7.30 in the Fellowship Room

Everybody welcome



Online Circuit Services

If you have not already followed the excellent and inspiring Circuit Services online, you may care to find them either by Googling Jersey Methodist Circuit or directly with https://www.jerseymethodist.org.uk/

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If you have something you would like to add to the notices, please contact Jackie at jacqueline.layer@hotmail.co.uk or send to Jacqueline Layer, Roquebrune La Route de la Cote, St Martin,  JE3 6DR Tel: 857994

Bible Study

We have another Bible Study planned for Wednesday 28th July, led by Dr. Nola Webster at 7.30 p.m. in the Hall.  Do come along and enjoy a very informative evening.  Everyone welcome. You won't be disappointed

Georgetown 'Music Nights'

Tuesday 3rd August  8.00 pm -  Robyn Saunders (Clarinet & Saxophone) Acc. Mr Malcolm Whittell

Sat 14th August 7.00 pm Aaron Le Maistre (piano) Music from a variety of composers



FILM ON THE FINAL FRIDAY  At Bethlehem Methodist Church, @ 7.30pm, on 27 November – Nativity. There will be a collection for a local charity. All are very welcome.


Please continue to remember an item or two for the food parcels at St Helier Methodist Centre when  shopping for your groceries. Please continue your support in these very needy  times, to help local folk less fortunate circumstances. Donations may  be left in the basket in the Vestibule. 

a practical way through the Parish Food Bank working from our Hall, all those who are house bound and have to isolate during these times.  We also remember the families for whom Covid has brought especial needs as well as the much needed work of the Sanctuary Trust at St. Aubin and St. Peter and the Shelter Trust as it prepares to open its ninth 'house, such is the need in these challenging times.


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Alex Wood's Charity run in memory of Tom Perchard

Cancellation of Christmas Services
Reasons for cancellation and online services

The easing of lockdown and the Church
These are words from Rev. Nico about the current lockdown restrictions and Church.

Words from Rev.Niko
Words from Rev.Niko about recent times and isolation

In Memory of Marion Labey
Photos in memory of Marion Labey

A message from Rev. Nico for Holy week.