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What’s On weekly 
Sunday     Churches open for 11.00 service. For circuit plan see Congregations 
                 On-line services available (usually from 10.45) and all week
                Young people meet.  5-6pm
Monday     Bow Rd Prayer Room 7pm every week.  Contact: Lucy 
Tuesday    Morning Prayer 08.00  
Tuesday    7pm  Bible study group.  Not a series; come for 'one-off' and join the discussion
Thursday   2pm at QVSR, with Poplar Church. Call in for tea and chat
Saturday   Circuit Morning Prayer 08:00  

Tuesday evening Zoom at 7pm is running 'one-off' short Bible studies for the next few weeks. Join the discussion - or stay quiet and listen.  Everyone is welcome. (Invitation from Terry Street or Debbie Brady)

You are invited to QVSR Cafe at 2pm on Thursdays for tea and chat with friends and neighbours from Poplar Church, QVSR, Circuit Churches and anyone else who would like to call in.  Revd Cameron (QVSR Chaplain) will be there and you will be made welcome!
(It's a nice cafe with a selection of fare at very reasonable prices)

There are currently several jobs shown on our Vacancies Page. 
Have you seen them? 
Know anyone who might be interested?

Circuit Choir - with Christmas in mind
Sarah has booked Saturday 4th December 10.30-11.30am. for the next meeting in the Emery Hall, Poplar  (NOT the QVSR rooms where the Choir has met before, but the larger Emery Hall.)

 Join us for a sing - singing our favourite hymns and worship songs as well as learning new music.
 Just turn up!  Anyone and everyone is welcome.  All ages; friends and neighbours  .....  come and SING.


Sunday 28th  Service now playing on website and our Youtube channel. 

There have been queries about accessing the On-line Services.
The ones we upload ourselves are available here on our website page and on our own channel from a set-time premiere (usually 10.45 on Sunday.) They remain on our channel for access at any time, forever.

Whitechapel Services (including Deacon Terry's morning reflections on Thursday) run live on the Mission's website (and their channel) then appear on our own YouTube channel afterwards.

Once a month the Sunday service at 3pm comes from the Mission and can be viewed live here on our Worship at Home page, or on the Mission website. Afterwards, they appear on our YouTube channel. 
If you need any help accessing the services, contact the Web Editor who will try to help

Zacchaeus project meets at Bow Rd Church 
See the
 Zacchaeus website for details

Cafe is open 
A popular get-together with tea and coffee available



Zacchaeus members busy at Bow.  Find us on Facebook  @zacchaeusMCTH

Call 020 8983 1568 or 07712 332324 or email Debbie for more information



Whitechapel Mission   

The Mission is Open and ServingThank you so much for your continued support.  The best way to help at the moment is to give money and let the Mission buy what it needs but doors are now open for donations.  Food is the highest priority for those sleeping on our streets. Fresh clothing, medical attention and support must be sustained.
The Mission serves up to 600 breakfasts daily (free of charge)
Harvest Gifts from churches were most welcome and are keeping us going until Christmas!

Wesley's Chapel City Road

Statue of JW

The Chapel and Museum is now open for visits Tuesday to Saturday from 11.00-1500.   The Georgian Town House is now open to visitors in very small groups, when staff are available.  Please book in advance to avoid disappointment.  New exhibition opened on 19th October.  Following on from Black Lives Matter and Leadership on a journey, the current exhibition reviews immigration, the Church, and the experiences of a number of immigrant office holders:

An exhibition celebrating the rich diversity that exists within the Methodist Church, through an exploration into the lives of Black, Asian and global diaspora leaders within Methodism and a history of migration.

Courtesy of Wesley's Chapel

Over the past few months, interviews have taken place in Wesley’s Chapel and across Britain, in Churches, chapels, living rooms and kitchens. Current leaders in the Methodist Church such as the Methodist Conference President, the Revd Sonia Hicks, and Youth President Daud Irfan’s testimonies have been featured. Long serving circuit stewards and activists Norman Mullings and Bala Gnanapragasam’s experiences of this country were shared alongside the views of academics, Dr Margaret Byron and Professor Anthony Reddie, who have helped to shape some of the historical and theological elements of this exhibition. The migration stories and experiences of Rev. Inderjit Bhogal and Rev. Irfan John, alongside their own selfless work have thrown into relief the clear necessity for an exhibition such as this. All are welcome. The exhibition is now open at Wesley's Chapel and Leysian Mission and will run until 29th January 2022. Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-3pm. Entry is free.


Spaces in Onsite Community
The Wesley’s Chapel and Leysian Community currently have rooms available to let, and are looking for new people to join the community.  The cost of the rooms available varies and as part of the community we will also require people to volunteer time and commit to attending our monthly gathering.  To find out more details and to request an application form please contact the office at Wesley’s Chapel and Leysian Mission (tel: 020 7253 2262)

Tower Hamlets Circuit is registered for the Easyfundraising site, which means you can raise money for the church when you buy online via Easyfundraising

1. Register as a user and choose “Methodist Church in Tower Hamlets” as your cause
2. Go to first when you buy online. Find the retailer’s name, click through to their site and shop 
3. The church gets a percentage of what you spend




Charity Number 1134888