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Sunday Morning Worship 10.30 am

We believe in faith in action

A Methodist chapel has been here for well over a hundred years and our focus is to worship God and care for our neighbours near and far. The church supports a number of local, national and international charities such as supporting care for the elderly. We are currently raising funds to make solar lamps available to off-grid rural familieis in Kenya.

Preachers for September

September 2nd Morning Worship 10.30am
Miss Hannah Dumper
September 9th   Morning Worship 10.30am
Rev David Haslam
September 16th  Morning Worship 10.30am
Mrs Sheila Brown
September 23rd  Communion 10.30am
Rev Israel Selvanayagam -
September 30th  Cluster service
at Stratford Methodist Church

Special services include Carol Services, School Assemblies and United Songs of Praise with Baptisms, weddings and funerals conducted by arrangement with the Minister.

Mickleton has close links with Nechells Methodist church in Birmingham and with Redditch Methodist Church. All three churches recently enjoyed tea in the new Three Bees Wildlife Garden, followed by an outdoor Songs of Praise service. We also hold joint services on a regular basis with our Anglican friends at St Lawrence's.

In addition to the Sunday morning service our Weekly Fellowship meets on Thursday at 2.30pm .
Open House - a bible-based inter-denominational discussion group - meets at
10.30 am on the second Wednesday of each month.

Whether you are a local resident, a visitor staying with friends or on holiday in the Cotswolds, you can always be sure of a warm welcome at Mickleton Methodist Church.




Minister: Rev Israel Selvanayagam

Senior Steward
Mark Boulton 01386 438572

The Joseph Webb Hall
Mr Stan Martin
01386 438871
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The hall, in the centre of Mickleton opposite the Three Ways Hotel and adjacent to the Methodist Church is available for hire for regularly or occasionally or for one-off events such
as children’s parties, or funeral teas.

It is now equipped with a large projection screen and a projector stand.

The new Three Bees Garden is now also available for hire for teas, or special events. Please contact Stan Martin for more information.

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Mickleton Methodist Prayer

Loving God, may we fulfil our calling as your people, living out the values of the gospel among our neighbours. Breathe intous your Spirit so that we can share your love with those we meet in our daily lives. We pray that new people may continue to come into our church and find here a place of welcoming love where together we can experience the eternal truths of your Kingdom.

Grant us the insights and the strength we need to make our church a place where strangers become friends and fellow travellers on the path of faith. Show us how to work with other Christians in this village so that together we may reveal your love. We ask our prayer in the name of Jesus, the risen Lord. 



Mickleton Prayer Chain

The group of people committed to a chain of daily prayer for those facing difficulties continues to operate. Now Ros has left we are looking for a new person to coordinate this activitiy. If you would like know more please contact Sonia Boulton 01386 438572.

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Mickleton is an EcoChurch

We are committed to being good stewards of God's creation and are doing what we can to step lightly on the Earth. We recycle batteries and mobile phones, collect spectacles to go to Africa and used stamps to raise funds for a local wildlife project. We have signed up to Good Energy and are supporting the generation of fossil free energy from renewables such as wind and solar.

Received Bronze EcoChurch Award June 2017



Mickleton is a Fairtrade church

Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world. A wide range of products is available in the vestibule of the church.

“The function of prayer is not to influence God,
but rather to change the nature
of the one who prays.” 

Søren Kierkegaard