LAUNCESTON AREA METHODIST CIRCUIT

responding to the Gospel of god's love in Christ

All Church Services and Social Meetings are currently cancelled due to the Corona Virus Pandemic

Service sheets have been produced by the Methodist Church and will be provided each week on this site.
We are encouraging chapels to use this at the same time as their chapel service would have been on Sunday
so that we feel that we are still worshipping together, although not physically being together.

Circuit Weekly Services
During the pandemic, Services adapted for no physical congregation will be live streamed from Wesley’s Chapel in London
Service times: Wednesday 12:45; Thursday 12:45 ; Sunday 9:45 and 11:00.


Spring Harvest Home: Half-Term Special

The Spring Harvest Home Team have put together a special edition of Spring Harvest Home for half-term starting on Bank Holiday Monday 25th May! You can look forward to an episode of Virtual Sunday School on Monday at 9:30am, two brand new editions of Big Start Extra on Tuesday and Wednesday at 9:30am, a ‘Thought for the Day’ from Bob Hartman Tuesday to Friday at 10:15am, Bible Buds for toddlers on Thursday at 9am, Doug Horley on Friday at 11am and much more.
Lots of new and exciting content is planned and all still for free, so join the team for some family fun on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw_t1J2734g


A Welcome Message

from Reverend Malcolm Jones
Circuit Superintendent Minister

Please look around the web pages, of course, but I hope you will also get the chance to meet some of our 400 plus members and worship with us in one of our 14 Churches and Chapels too.

You can find us between the Devon Border and the edge of Bodmin Moor, so farming affects most of our livelihoods. You will see that some of our rural congregations number less than a dozen, while Central in Launceston has 200 members and children. I feel that this kind of variety is healthy and it allows our various strengths to be used well in the Lord's name.

We value the faith and commitment of previous generations, on whose work we seek to build and we hope and pray that our own vision for the mission of Jesus will break new bounds in it's turn.

When John Wesley used to visit the cottage at Trewint, now known as Wesley Cottage, he was being bold for Jesus Christ and we want to follow his lead in our own time and place.

You can contact Revd Malcolm Jones on Tel: 01566 776603