Welcome to Bromyard Road Methodist Church, St. John's, Worcester

Jon Musselwhite

Bromyard Road Methodist Church
Bromyard Road
St. John's


What's Happening Soon

Café Church - Monday April 28th at 7.00pm

Messy Church - Tuesday May 20th at 3.30pm

Alternative Worship - Two services to choose from:
Sunday 25th May 10.30am

*Momentum - Contemporary Worship*

Every Sunday Evening 6.30pm

*New - Men's Breakfast* - Saturday 5th April 9.00am

Lent Lunch

Tuesday 8th April from12.00noon

Palm Sunday Procession - Sunday 13th April 9.30am

Momentum - Passover Special!
Sunday 13th April 6.00pm

Agape Meal - Thursday 17th April 7.00pm

Churches Together Walk of Witness
Meet at St Johns McDonald's Friday 18th April 10.00am

Light a Candle for Love Ones

Saturday 19th April From 2.00pm

Easter Communion & Breakfast (At Ombersley Road)
Sunday 20th April 8.30am

Easter Sunday Family Service
Sunday 20th April 10.30am

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bromyard road, worcester st john's, methodist church

Bromyard Road Methodist Church,
St. John's, Worcester


Sunday Morning Family Worship

Holy Communion - First Sunday of the month

Early Morning Communion -Third Sunday of the month at 9.00am

(followed by breakfast)

Alternative Worship - Fourth Sunday of the month

Momentum - Contemporary Worship - Sunday 6.30pm

Church is not just on Sundays...

Messy Church - First Tuesday of the month at 3.30pm

Cafe Church - Third Monday of the month at 7:00pm

TGI- Thursday 6.00pm

Lunch Bunch - Second Sunday of the month at 12.00noon

Minister's Monthly Letter - April

‘Up from the Grave He Arose’

As I write this letter most of us I am sure are making our own pilgrimages through the Lenten period as we travel towards Easter and the events that we recall that transformed human history. These events, especially to those who do not have a relationship with Jesus Christ, can seem unbelievable and yet by faith we believe them to be true and to be fundamental to all that we believe.

Yes, this Easter we will remember again as we walk the way of the cross from Good Friday to Easter Saturday the miracle of the ‘Easter Story’. We will recall how Jesus died for the wrong things we have done because He loves us and wants to know us more. We will also recall how he rose from the dead and overcame both sin and death and entered heaven preparing the way for all who truly believe in Him.

Easter can be a very solemn time and yet on Easter Sunday it can be the greatest day of celebration in the Christian calendar as we give thanks for Christ’s victory over death that enables us to be a part of His family and gives us hope for the future...


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