Tuesdays 10.30 am Coffee and 12 noon Lunches.
This provides an opportunity for anyone in the community to have a reasonably priced meal in the company of others. There is a varied menu, both hot and cold, and the Minister and other church members are often available if anyone needs to share a personal concern. Offers of help in the kitchen are also very welcome. No need to book in advance but it is popular as you can see from the picture below.
Contact: Kathy Dymond
For coffee, tea and chat. Stall with recycled magazines and books.
Contact: Kathy Dymond
Usually 2nd Saturday not July or Aug 8am
(Toast and coffee/tea from 8am)
Menunted is simply a brand name for a movement of ‘no cringe’ Christian outreach for men and then to ‘equip’ them for life. We seek excellence in everything we do and have a desire to help all Churches to seek ways to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to others.
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Wednesday Womens Group
Alternate Wednesdays 2pm (Sept to June) in the small hall
We offer an informal short afternoon encompassing speakers and demonstrators representing their interests and skills and all ''sorts of things''. All ladies are welcome;-you don't have to be a ''wife'' to be able to come.
Contact: Helen Chivers
Fortnightly Tuesday at 2.30pm (Sept to June) in the small hall.
The programme covers various topics, including devotional and educational. An annual lunch and an outing during the summer months are planned. The Women’s World Day of Prayer is held in March. The group is part of Methodist Women in Britain and raises money for their annual project, as well as for the Church project and the Methodist Church World Mission fund. Each meeting ends with refreshments and time to chat.
Contact: Madge Gilson
The Midsomer Norton Methodist Cricket Club plays Saturday matches in the Globe North Somerset Saturday league and a few midweek friendly matches. The team has gained a reputation for honesty and fair play and welcomes players of all ages.
Contact: John Baker
Brunel Weekend Away
Held annually, usually 2 weeks before Easter
Anyone associated with the Church is invited to attend a Weekend Away at Brunel Manor, near Torquay. The hotel, food and grounds are excellent and it is a great opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy friendship and fellowship together. A wide choice of activities is on offer (from discussion to photography and crafts), culminating in an act of worship on the Sunday afternoon. A walk or visit and entertainment are also included.
Contact: Julie Slade