Latest Circuit Plans
Ampthill 7/10/18 - Rev Barrett changed to Byass
London Road 30/9/18 - 6:30pm changed to 6:00pm
Anjulita Court 16/9/18 - O'Halloran changed to Hollins
Sandy 11/11/18 - LW changed to U at CofE
Langford 23/9/18 - Talbot changed to B Addington
Flitwick 14/10/18 - B Addington changed to Talbot
Priory 4/11/18 evening - Hollins changed to Wood
Circuit Office Opening Hours
The office is open on Wednesdays 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Please contact Stephanie Field via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to visit the office at a different time. We welcome visitors, so please feel free to pop in for a tea or coffee
|Circuit Healing Services
will be held around the circuit - the next is at London Road Methodist Church on Sunday 30th September at 6:30 pm. Specific prayers for people or situations in need of healing will be offered. If you would like the names of people or situations mentioned in the prayers, please send details to the Circuit Office using the email address - northbedshealingprayers@
gmail.com or post to 4 Coles Close, Bedford, MK41 9TW or submit in writing on the evening of the service. Those who wish to receive the laying on of hands for healing will do so.
|Circuit Training Grants
The Circuit offers grants towards training - you can download an application form.
William Butterfield was a member of Newnham Avenue Church, Bedford (now Priory Methodist Church) and he was a local preacher in the Bedford North Circuit. Under the terms of his will, the Trust can provide for the benefit of the North Bedfordshire Circuit and its churches.
|Mission Shaped Ministry Course
An exciting new course is starting in the area of Beds and Herts in October this year: Mission Shaped Ministry - an ecumenical one year learning journey equipping you to:
* help your church be more effective in mission
* start up and develop fresh expressions of church for all contexts and traditions.
The sessions include 6 Tuesday evenings and 3 Saturdays at the brilliant Youthscape Bute Mills venue in Luton and a weekend residential at High Leigh Conference Centre. The course is for all - it doesn't matter if participants have lots or very little experience of leadership. For further details please visit: www.stalbans.anglican.org/msm
|Unwanted Bibles, Hymn Books ...
If you have any unwanted Bibles, Hymn Books or Service Books, we can send them to churches in Zimbabwe and for Yarlswood or Bedford prison.
Park Road Methodist Church is collecting old Hymn books and Methodist service books for churches in Zimbabwe, where there is a great shortage. If you have any to pass on then please call 0790 3739049.
Bibles are also always welcome for Yarlswood Immigration Removal Centre (via Rev Andrew Hollins) and for Bedford Prison (via Rev Caroline Weaver). Please contact Caroline or Andrew if you have old clean Bibles to dispose of.
|The Wall of Answered Prayer
A Motorway Prayer Landmark is planned with each of one million bricks representing an answered prayer.
|Circuit Transition Plans
Please take a look at the ministerial responsibility plans for the future
|Church Chairs available
Willington Methodist Church, Bedfordshire has traditional church chairs surplus to requirement, any number up to 60 with some needing attention, free to churches in North Bedfordshire circuit otherwise delivery and price negotiable. These are beech framed with book rest below seat, red vinyl seat and back rest and metal linkage brackets. If interested please respond as soon as possible to Mr. Paul Phipp telephone 01234 838 747 or email email@example.com
|TWAM - Tools With A Mission
TWAM's aim is to help people earn a living and support themselves and their families. In many countries for many people this is impossible without help. TWAM collects and refurbishes tools and equipment no longer required in the UK and sends them overseas.
View and download the Circuit Organogram.
The Methodist Church has issued an updated Safeguarding Policy, Procedures and Guidance document
|Churches call for support on treaty banning nuclear weapons
A two-minute video calling on Christians to safeguard God's good world through working towards a future free of nuclear weapons has been released this week. The video, which is being distributed digitally to thousands across the world is a joint call to action from five Christian denominations: the Baptist Union, the Methodist Church, the Quakers, the Church of Scotland, and the United Reformed Church.
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