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Getting to ChurchYou'll find us at:High Street,Halmer End,Stoke-on-Trent,Staffs.,ST7 8ADOpposite the Halmer End Fish Bar!If you don't have transport and would like to come to Church for our services or any of the other group activities or special events which take place then there are several options available.The Church is situated on the Audley to Newcastle Bus Route....

Messy Church Pentecost

Facilities and Room BookingsIf you are a member of a walking group then why not contact us? We can arrange for drinks for you and tell you a little about our Church and its history.If you want to hire a room or rooms for an event or a meeting then contact Ann Moore our booking secretary on 01782 721086. We can also provide computer projection facilities for your meeting. Maybe you....

Halmer End Village

The VillageHalmer End Village lies near to the Staffordshire Cheshire border in the parish of Audley. It was a former coal mining village in the North Staffordshire Coal Field. Today it is a place for tourists and nature lovers to visit and walk, fish or just enjoy the beauty which surrounds the village.The Coal Mining IndustryCoal was mined in the village as far back as the 1690s....

easter, cross, sky

God's Inclusive LoveAll can be saved"All need to be saved. All may be saved. All may know themselves saved. All may be saved to the uttermost." (Traditional summary of Methodist teaching.)Methodists have always been clear that no-one is beyond the reach of God's love. Salvation is there for everyone who turns to God, and not just for a chosen few.Why do we....

orb and cross

Methodism started in the 18th century when a group of friends in Oxford met regularly for Bible Study, Prayer and Holy Communion and they visited prisons and workhouses. One of the group was John Wesley, an Anglican Clergyman. He started the movement, organised into local religious gatherings or societies, that eventually became the Methodist Church.John Wesley said "The Gospel of....

Englesea Brook

This fund supports many aspects of mission in the UK and across the world. It includesMission along-side the poor, supporting hospitals and schools in the developing world.Chaplaincy.Sharing the Gospel with all ages.Ministering opportunities at Methodist Heritage Sites, e.g. the nearby Englesea Brook Chapel.Both "World Mission"....

St  Johns Church

As well as sharing with other Methodist Churches Halmer End Methodist Church and St. John's Anglican Church in Alsagers Bank join together for some services and events. The Remembrance Day Service alternates between the two churches. Both churches sponsor the Stay & Play group, share Harvest Suppers and members from both churches sing in the Unity Choir.St John's Anglican....

action for children

John Wesley once wrote "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can."Charities that we support regularly are (for more information, click on the name):Leprosy Missionhttp://www.mha.org.uk/.11(Methodist....

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Methodist Women in Britain, MWiB, has a proud heritage stemming from the twin roots of Women's Work, founded in 1858, to support the training and care for women missionaries and Women's Fellowship started in 1945 out of concern to address social problems resulting from war. They converged in 1987 to form Women's Network. In 2011 MWiB was launched as an independent,....

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