Service of Prayer for Peace

Don’t forget our ecumenical service of prayer for peace to mark the International Day of Prayer for Peace on Thursday 21st September. The service starts at 7.30 p.m. and will begin around the peace pole in front of the church. We hope you will join us.

Welcome to our new minister

We extend a warm welcome to our new minister Rev Dr David Hart and to his wife Rev Anita Hart, who is a supernumerary minister. We are delighted that you have felt led to come to this church, and we pray that our time together will be richly blessed and Spirit-filled.

We would also express our heartfelt thanks to Rev Danny Wheadon, who stepped in and took Mount Charles Church under his wing following the sad loss of Rev Joan Watson. Despite having pastoral charge of several other churches, Danny gave us the love and leadership that we needed at a very difficult time. Danny, we pray that you will experience God’s richest blessings during your final year in this circuit and wherever He will lead you in the future.

Messy Church 29th June

Our next Messy Church will be held on 29th June. The theme will be “The Lost Son”. Learn about the Parable of the Lost Son through crafts, cooking, fun and singing and then share a celebration meal together.

Messy Church on April 27th

Our next Messy Church will be on Thursday 27th April from 3.15 to 5.15 p.m.  The theme will be “Mary’s Precious Gifts”.  All ages are welcome to join us for activities such as crafts, cooking, singing as a family and a sit down meal together.

Messy Church returns!

Following the success of our Christmas Messy Church, we will be having another one entitled “Hidden Treasure” on Thursday 23rd February at Bridge 49 from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m.  Come and enjoy activities such as cooking, singing and crafts, and at the end we will enjoy a meal together.  All ages are welcome, but children must be accompanied by an adult.

Christmas Messy Church

We will be holding a Messy Church on Thursday 22nd December from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m. in the Church. The theme will be ‘Christmas Angels’ and will be aimed at all ages. The whole family can enjoy doing crafts, cooking, singing and finding out more about the Christmas Angels. After all these fun activities there will be a meal for us to enjoy. If you haven’t experienced Messy Church before, come along and see what it’s all about at this special time of year.