Thanks for your interest in our family friendly church. We are a community of people who want to learn more about being disciples 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 11.00am each Sunday. Our minister, Rev Mark Roberts is here quite frequently, and some services are led by other local ministers or local preachers.
Our church building is now closed again, and we have cancelled our Sunday worship at 11.00am each week.
We share worship each Sunday online with our friends across the Nottingham South Circuit on YouTube and we are also holding our own regular service on Zoom (details from Rev Mark Roberts)
Our minister has also prepared some bulletins and we have a community newsletter, ‘The Bridge’; both of which you can read here.
Meetings of community groups are also suspended.
West Bridgford Methodist Church exists to build Christ-centred communities full of God’s love and grace which connect people with Jesus.
We aim to
Offer unconditional welcome, love and acceptance to all
Actively include and support a wide a range of people in the life and leadership of the church
Be a place where it’s safe to be yourself and share joys, struggles, doubts, weakness and successes
Encourage the exploration, nurturing and growth of Christian faith
Know the power of a rich spiritual life of prayer and worship
Show care for each other, for our communities and for the wider world
Encourage small group fellowship and whole church celebrations
Find a variety of appropriate ways to talk about Jesus to those around us
Find ways for our work to be out in our communities as well as in the church building
Encourage people to live out their discipleship in their everyday lives, wherever this may be
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.
You can find more about our church history at https://wbmchistory.wordpress.com/