The Methodist Church Tower Hamlets
News and Calendar
image of Kiev: Grigoriy Bedenko
This week's Newsletter
What’s On weekly
Sunday For circuit plan see Congregations
On-line services available all week
Young people meet at Poplar during the morning service
Youth Zoom online with Laverne John (07306 517477) 5 - 6 pm
Tuesday Morning Prayer 08.00
Thursday 2pm at QVSR, with Poplar Church. Call in for tea and chat
Saturday Circuit Morning Prayer 08:00
QVSR Cafe at 2pm on Thursdays You are invited 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)
A prayer written amongst the conflict in Ukraine, as part of Refugee Week 2022, from All We Can:
God of all grace,
Amidst all that we don’t understand,
Surrounded by images and stories of violence and conflict,
We stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Ukraine,
and all who live in fear this day.
Our prayers of lament are also prayers of empathy,
And prayers for a peaceful resolution,
Prayers for a world where there is no more war,
No more suffering, no more needless death.
This day, and every day, grant us your peace.
News of our next All-age Fun Day with the Church's Young People, Zacchaeus members and everyone else!
Friday 12th August 2022
Details to be finalised and will follow later, but keep the date
Queen's Platinum Jubilee
Thursday 2nd June
Bethnal Green Church
All ages, all comers.
Sunny tea party
Zacchaeus project has returned to Bethnal Green
A full day's programme will continue to run on Tuesdays at Bow
John Wesley's Chapel, House and Museum website
The Chapel and Museum is open for visits Tuesday to Saturday from 11.00-15.30. The Georgian Town House is not always open for unbooked visits and it is always best to check before coming any distance, as a shortage of stewards can occasionally force unexpected closure of the site.
Don’t miss our temporary display ‘Wesley the Correspondent’ in the Museum.
Would you like to volunteer as a Heritage Guide? Training Given.
Contact Museum Curator:firstname.lastname@example.org
Our doors will be open every day during 2022
We have been helping Londoners to help people who are rough sleeping since 1876, meeting the specific needs of each man and woman who walks through our doors.
Based in the Methodist circuit, we are a volunteer led work with very few staff, but this does not mean we are a small organisation.First, we help people by meeting immediate needs: food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. In our recovery programmes, we address deeper needs for life-skills and job-skills training, and addiction recovery. We measure our progress against four criteria which indicate to us that a life has been transformed from homelessness to hope: connection to family, commitment to sobriety, a job and a place to live, and a plan for the future.
The Whitechapel Mission is called to serve the men and women caught in the cycles of poverty, hopelessness and dependencies of many kinds, and to see their lives transformed to hope, joy and lasting productivity. We promote the concept of being part of the Mission and taking ownership of the Mission. Any and all who come are welcome.
See more under Congregations and the Mission's own site
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 easyfundraising.org.uk 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