All services usually held on church premises are currently suspended due to COVID-19.
Acomb Methodist Church is a vibrant worshipping congregation of all ages. Our building is loved and well used by our community for all manner of activities, from toddler groups, to clubs for senior citizens, people wishing to lose a few pounds, to those piling them on at children's parties.
Acomb Methodist conducted a survey of the local community in 2013, and as a result is looking to develop its facilities in response. We plan to convert our rear hall into a cinema, and second worship space to build on our growing Messy church families, offering further opportunity to explore the christian faith in more creative and participative ways.
We've already upgraded our small hall to offer the toddler group more space outside, and allow for more flexibility in events that use the garden.
We have commissioned an architect to help us improve our hospitality, and welcome to all those people who use our building and we have big plans for our rear garden, which we hope will not only provide a place for us, but an opportunity to nurture others in its care and development.
We host Acomb Community Cinema in our hall on the first Saturday of each month (that can go after the development of the cinema bit). We have commissioned an architect to help us improve our hospitality, and welcome to all those people who use our building and we have big plans for our rear garden, which we hope will not only provide a place for us, but an opportunity to nurture others in its care and development. We have recently installed a ramp into the garden so that everyone can access it easily, and it will be officially opened on 9 September 2017.
Worship is at 9.00am (Northumbria Morning Prayer) and at 10.30am each Sunday.
We'd love to welcome you, to visit us at any time. If you'd like to part of our developing community activities, please speak to one of our stewards, or ministers.
Please visit our website for lots more information.
You can see the report on the recent Community Survey here.