Today the Methodist Church remember the experience of John Wesley on 24th May 1738.
John unwillingly attended worship at a Moravian 'Religious Society' meeting on Aldersgate Street in London. It was during this service that he felt his "heart strangely warmed", as he experienced God's love in a most personal and life-giving way. Until then he had known God in his mind, but not in his heart. Now he understood the value of a personal experience of God that would bring assurance of salvation to the believer.
From March, the recorded service is moving from weekly to monthly on the first Sunday of the month.
The service for Easter Day is available via our You Tube Channel. Revd Sally Jones offers her reflections on this Easter day. The service is led by Revd Audrey Simpson with Revd Richard Wilde reading.
The next recorded service will be 5th June 2022 celebrating Pentecost.
You can find the service under 'Publications' along with the weekly letter or link here
If you watch our services regularly through YouTube, do consider subscribing to the channel — this is free to do.
When we do not produce our own service, we send out the one produced by the Connexion. The service sheet for 22nd May is now available here
We continue to provide a pastoral letter from the Circuit Ministers and the Circuit Stewards — the one for this month can be found here
You can read previous pastoral letters on our 'Publications' page (all are titled C19 -... you may have to scroll through several pages to find the one you want).
We continue to provide virtual services for worship. These include:
There are various services of Morning Prayer, weekday and Sunday Worship which are live streamed from the Wesley Chapel in London. The link is here
If the links don't work, you can copy the url and paste into your browser:
Family Worship Time playlist:
Children's Church Online