Worship during the Covid-19 pandemic
As all our church buildings are closed, you are invited to join the Birmingham District for Worship at 10.30am each Sunday. There you will find links to the Order of Service & their Facebook page and YouTube.
They broadcast the District Service on both Facebook and Youtube. Comments will be disabled on YouTube so if you would prefer a comment free experience then it may suit you better.
Please Note: You do not have to have a Facebook account to watch it live. You also do not have to have a Facebook account to watch the video of it after the event has ended. You just need to have the correct link.
The latest Coffee Shop Sunday online service, for Sunday 24th May, can be viewed here.
The latest Circuit Newsletter is available here.
Methodist.org.uk – Coronavirus Guidance includes Links to Resources & Suggestions for Worship during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Welcome to the Coventry & Nuneaton Methodist Circuit
We are a network of Methodist Churches in and around Coventry and Nuneaton, ranging from a large Central Hall in the centre of Coventry, to small village Chapels. There are fifteen places of worship, some of which are shared with our brothers and sisters in the Church of England and Reformed Churches. Each Chapel has it’s own web page/s so as to share it’s vision and mission.
Please use the Churches tab above to locate and access the pages for our churches. Each church has a link to it’s location on Google Maps. Public transport to the churches can be found by visiting www.traveline.info.
Please join us; you are very welcome!
If you would like to know more about Methodism itself, it’s vision, values and further information, please visit the Methodist Church of Great Britain website.
Circuit Mission Statement
Our Identity, Purpose and Values
The Methodist people of Coventry & Nuneaton are called to:-
Love God drawing closer to him in all things.
Live out our discipleship by sharing God’s love and our faith with all.
Ensure our faith transforms communities and challenges injustice.
The actions these promote from the Circuit meeting:-
- Encourage the ongoing development of varied, quality and accessible worship relevant to the communities each church serves.
- Challenging individual churches to self evaluate how the laity is actively engaged in sharing their faith and making more disciples of Jesus Christ by providing training/workshops.
- Networking of skills across the Circuit between churches (sharing good practice) so that time in churches are freed up for active mission and outreach so that community engagement such as the Big Lunch, pop up cafe‘s can occur.