Morning service at 10.30am
- come and join us;
- all welcome
October 21st - Rev Tony Malcolm
October 28th - Carol Kirchoff
November 4th - Marjorie Evans
November 11th - Rev Derek Shaw - Remembrance
November 18th - Rev Farai M - Holy Communion
November 25th - Diane Webb - Multi Media
To find out about future events click here.
Our Chapel is in the middle of a make over. Currently the whole church is being transformed from a blue to a warmer peach colour.
1st Wednesday 6.30 -7.45pm
November 7th -
December 5th -
All welcome; we look forward to seeing you.
This year our shoeboxes are changing a little and being sent to Link to Hope. The earlier deadline is 1st November and some of the allowed contents have altered as well as the way you can wrap it for sending. Find out more here please
10.30am First Thursday each month
Christmas and Bonfire night are soon going to be here and when will your lights start to be put up? With the darker nights come and enjoy our brighter daytime as we meet to raise money for Blesma: a military charity helping those who have lost limbs. Since 1932 they have been helping people rebuild their lives by providing rehabilitation and welfare support.
We met in October to raise about £85 for the Bone Cancer Research Trust. This charity aims to give hope to people and families suffering from primary bone cancer.
Find out more about future Coffee Mornings.
We collect stamps for the Leprosy Mission. It is hard to believe that a bunch of used stamps can help transform the life of someone affected by leprosy. But the fact is that it can! Over the past 30 years the Leprosy Mission has raised more than £1 million to benefit people affected by leprosy. Find out more here
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Forward planning events for the Bi-Centenary of Whitacre Chapel
Whitacre Methodist Church was founded and opened in 1820 on a site in Birmingham Road moving to the current building in Station Road which was completed in 1914.
Plans are now being developed to celebrate this massive achievement over the year since the first paperwork mentioning the chapel in late 1819 through to its opening in 1820. A short history book is being written and preachers are already being booked to make what promises to be a big year. Some will remember that we celebrated the actual centenary in style over a big weekend in February which coincided with the actual opening day on 7th Feb 1914. We are now looking forward to an even bigger series of events throughout the bicentenary year of Methodism in Whitacre in 2020.
Find out more about how we celebrated our current buildings centenary in 2011 here
Louise's Hair Salon
Did you know we are perhaps unique in having a hairdressers running from our church. Louise rents our business unit and is open for appointments by ringing 01675 463772 (or call in and see her).
Open Weds 9am to 4pm
Thurs 1pm to late
Friday 11am to 5pm
Every Monday 4.00 - 7.00pm
Every Thursday 4.00 - 8.00pm
Tuition boost classes run by Mrs. Claire Fyfe.
New extended hours and an extra day now running.
Contact 01675 481005 for more details.
Bring us your ring pulls as these are sent to people in the Philippines to be made into jewellery. We have already sent one batch off and have decided to continue to collect ring pulls as they are worth 3p each to the Purple Community Fund. They will send them to the women homeworkers in the Philippines.....so bring your ring pulls from drinks cans only please, to the collecting container which is back in the chapel kitchen.
Find out more about the Purple Community Fund international and to purchase their products on their online show visit their website here here.