Welcome to our site
and thanks for your interest in our family friendly church. We are a community of people who want to learn more about being a disciple of Jesus and who seek to serve our local community. We’d love you to come and meet us, and we are always pleased to see visitors at our main worship service which is held at 10.30am each Sunday. Our minister, Rev Rach Ward is here quite frequently, and some services are led by other local ministers or local preachers.
Next Sunday, 26th November, we will be led by Roger Johnson, and he will be focusing on prayer. There are full details here in our weekly email.
Applications for our Youth Engagement Worker vacancy close soon!An exciting vision for a ‘Pathway from Birth to Belief’ has recently emerged from shared conversions across the church, including with our current young people and their leaders. The vacancy is for a worker to join us in January 2018The details of the advert are here, and there is also a copy of the job description here. We look forward to hearing from you!
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We are here to
- increase awareness of God’s presence and to celebrate God’s love
- help people to grow and learn as Christians, through mutual support and care
- be a good neighbour to people in need and to challenge injustice
- make more followers of Jesus Christ
Our presence in West Bridgford
dates from 1888 when our church hall was first built, and we have worshipped in the church building since 1900. The meetings rooms, built 1923, together with the church and hall were fully modernised in the year 2000, equipping us with fine premises for service to the community into the 21st Century.
Details of our Worship and Events
are contained in our monthly newsletter, At a Glance and there is further information in our ‘Nottingham South Circuit News’ which also contains information about neighbouring Methodist churches. Here you can find who is preaching at West Bridgford and other churches in the Methodist Circuit. You may also be interested to read our church magazine, Voice.