Enfield Methodist Circuit

Welcome

A warm welcome to this site from the Enfield Circuit of the Methodist Church in Britain.  We hope you’ll find this useful as you catch a glimpse of who we are and what we do as a Christian family in the London Borough of Enfield and Hertfordshire Borough of Broxbourne.  Enfield Circuit is one of the 35 Circuits in the London District of the Methodist Church in Britain.  Our Circuit consists of 8 churches, plus the project at the Space:

All the churches share a love of God, though each church differs in character and style of worship.  There’s always plenty going on.

Come and see.  You’ll get a warm welcome.

Advent 2020

Advent resources book

Advent Liturgy


A Statement of Solidarity and a Prayer from the London District of the Methodist Church Chairs

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The Methodist Church: Coronavirus Guidance

We recognise the enormous impact this has on many lives and want to ask for your help to ensure that we continue to go on being Church, even though we are not able at present to gather together.  Please click on the Circuit Open Letter, it highlights how we intend to operate in the near future.  We will run this support service for any in need.  This will be done through the Circuit Office using a team of staff and volunteers to respond as we are able.

The Enfield Methodist Circuit On-line worship led by one of our Ministers, will be available each Sunday morning by using this link, please click here you will be taken directly to the page.

The Circuit Open Letter Postcard for Support Service Our On-line Worship Short Act of Worship (Print)

For more on-line worship and learning resources visit our activities page.


Autumn 2020 Newsletter

 



Churches in the Enfield Circuit.

A “circuit” is an administrative group of Methodist churches in the same area under the leadership of a Superintendent Minister and Circuit Stewards.

We live in changing times and lead very busy lives.  The love of God for each human being remains unchanging during it all.  We are all valued as children of God.  Our churches offer the opportunity to know God better and to put our busy lives in their true perspective.

Have fun!

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Welcome

A warm welcome to this site from the Enfield Circuit of the Methodist Church in Britain.  We hope you’ll find this useful as you catch a glimpse of who we are and what we do as a Christian family in the London Borough of Enfield and Hertfordshire Borough of Broxbourne.  Enfield Circuit is one of the 35 Circuits in the London District of the Methodist […]

Welcome

A warm welcome to this site from the Enfield Circuit of the Methodist Church in Britain.  We hope you’ll find this useful as you catch a glimpse of who we are and what we do as a Christian family in the London Borough of Enfield and Hertfordshire Borough of Broxbourne.  Enfield Circuit is one of the 35 Circuits in the London District of the Methodist […]

Welcome

A warm welcome to this site from the Enfield Circuit of the Methodist Church in Britain.  We hope you’ll find this useful as you catch a glimpse of who we are and what we do as a Christian family in the London Borough of Enfield and Hertfordshire Borough of Broxbourne.  Enfield Circuit is one of the 35 Circuits in the London District of the Methodist […]

Welcome

A warm welcome to this site from the Enfield Circuit of the Methodist Church in Britain.  We hope you’ll find this useful as you catch a glimpse of who we are and what we do as a Christian family in the London Borough of Enfield and Hertfordshire Borough of Broxbourne.  Enfield Circuit is one of the 35 Circuits in the London District of the Methodist […]

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