those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on
wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and
not be faint."
Open Circuit, a get together for people from all the churches in the
Circuit, takes place each Wednesday. Coffee and tea are served from
10.30 am and an informal time of devotion is held at 11.15 am.
On the first Wednesday of the month, Communion is celebrated and a
frugal Christian Aid Lunch follows. There is also a Traidcraft
stall on this day.
Get Fit While You Sit
These sessions of gentle stretching exercises are
weekly on Tuesdays at 2.30pm. Gentle these exercises may be but a number
of members report the benefits to health and wellbeing.
Unfortunately any lost calories are regained during the
tea with biscuits or cakes as we have a social time afterwards.
Sadly, the Church no longer boasts its own choir, but there are two
choirs which practise in the church, making use of the excellent baby
grand piano. So if singing is your thing, they are always glad to
welcome new recruits.
Of course, Methodism having been born in song, extra voices are
always welcome in the hymn singing at our services - where we are
accompanied by the organ. There are also various Circuit occasions throughout the year when temporary choirs are formed.
Born to Worship, the Circuit worship group sometimes do
service for us. Their mix of traditional and modern music, readings and
drama are much appreciated by the congregation.
When is a church not a church? - When it is a Foodbank of course!
Every Tuesday 11.00am - 1.00pm and Thursday 2.30pm - 4.00pm we open our doors as a Distribution Centre for
Mid Cheshire Foodbank. To find out more about Mid
Cheshire Foodbank click here
Just some of the Town Foodbank volunteers
Northwich Methodist Church belongs to Northwich Churches
Together we join:
In a service which concludes the Week of Prayer for Christian
Unity in January
In the Walk of Witness through the town on Good Friday
At the Dawn Vigil on Easter Sunday in Verdin Park
In Study Groups in Lent and Autumn, meeting at different churches
Part of our harvest display collected for Mid Cheshire
Our Sunday Harvest Festival services are followed on the
Monday with a Harvest Lunch.
As a church we are eager to encourage you to use whatever talents
and skills you bring with you. Though no one is pressured to
do things they do not feel led to do.