Welcome to the Bristol & South Gloucestershire Methodist Circuit. We are a friendly family of 34 churches and two Methodist / Anglican schools and outreach and social projects serving communities across Bristol and South Gloucestershire with a membership that spans all ages. We are part of the wider Methodist Church in Britain and
working with a number of local churches having received Eco Church Awards. We are pleased to have been granted a Bronze Eco Circuit award by A Rocha in July 2023, the first Circuit in the Bristol District to achieve this. Our 2000 members come from many different countries and backgrounds and we aim to help everyone feel at home.
The Circuit oversees, supports and resources local churches in living out the Calling of the Methodist Church in the communities in which they serve through the 'Our Calling Groups' :
Worship - to increase awareness of God's presence and to celebrate God's love
Learning and Caring - to help people to learn and grow as Christians, through mutual care and support
Service - to be a good neighbour to people in need and to challenge injustice
Evangelism - to make more followers of Jesus Christ
The Circuit Office is open Mondays to Thursdays, 10.00 until 4.00. Please either email or phone 0117 951 7044 to make an appointment to ensure that someone is available.
Rev. Teddy Kalongo, Superintendent Minister
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Latest news and forthcoming events
John Wesley's New Room
Fridays 1.00 p.m. a short, reflective Holy Communion Service for 30 minutes.
Friday 16th February - Rev. David Weeks
Friday 23rd February - Rev. Hilary Cooke
All are welcome!
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Shifting Perspective - Pioneer Event
Saturday 24th February 10.00 - 1.00 at Badminton Road BS16 6NU
Bethesda Methodist Church
Closing Service at Bethesda 138 Church Road, Redfield BS5 9HH
Sunday 3rd March 3.00
The Last Taboo?
Wednesday 6th March, 10am – 12:30pm, Holy Trinity, Broad Croft, Bradley Stoke, BS32 0BD.
Conversations on death and dying - this practical course will help you grow in confidence
around talking with people at all ages about death and dying.