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A strong feature of Methodism is that ordinary lay people play a major part in the running of the Church. Local lay people called 'stewards' take responsibility for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money. They share with ordained ministers the role of setting the direction for the churches in a particular area or 'circuit'.

This emphasis goes back to the roots of Methodism. John Wesley, the founder of the movement, was very much a folk theologian who wanted to speak 'plain truth to plain people'.

He took seriously the working people of his day. He addressed his preaching to them, and drew great crowds in the streets or on hillsides. He also entrusted them with responsibilities, expecting them to use their gifts and talents to join in the task of sharing God’s love’.

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Gospel Music

Sometimes we use the organ, sometimes the piano, sometimes the worship band and sometimes all the above!

The worship band is led by Revd Ian Worsfold, and we rehearse on a Thursday from 7-8.30pm with a break for coffee, cake and chat in the middle.

We aim to give of our best both as worshippers and musicians and so we pray together before each rehearsal.


If you play an instrument or sing and would like to get involved, please contact Ian.

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Explore is an opportunity for any member of the Methodist Church in Britain to take a breath, step back, and consider how they are called to respond to God's call through worship, learning & caring, evangelism or service.

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