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Boldmere Methodist Church – Prayer, Worship And Community
The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission
Boldmere Methodist Church It is of little traits that the greatest human character is composed.
We are a Methodist Church serving the communities of Boldmere in Sutton Coldfield
Whatever your age Boldmere Methodist Church would welcome you into its ‘Family’ through any of the activities you see mentioned on this website.
You can be assured of a warm welcome if you come along to any service.. Once a month our evening service is cafe church, relaxed service with a conversational style, fuelled by coffee and cakes on tap throughout.
We meet together in lots of other ways, from fellowship groups and Bible study open to anyone coming along to one of the meetings to see if they like the idea
News & Events Dates for forthcoming social events. what is happening at BMC and in the wider community of our church.
Our halls are regularly used by a number of groups
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Make A Journey Of Faith
Methodists have always been clear that no-one is beyond the reach of God’s love. Salvation is there for everyone who turns to God, and not just for a chosen few.
You’ll find the answers to these and other questions in Making a Journey of Faith – a short introduction to the Methodist Church.
- What is the Methodist Church?
- What do Methodists believe?
- What happens during Methodist worship?
- Can I get married in a Methodist Church?
- Can my baby be baptized in a Methodist Church?
- The Bible can be puzzling but it is continually a source of inspiration
Prayer of the day
- Let us run the race that is set before us in the royal road of love. Let us keep an even pace rooted in the faith of the saints. Let us be grounded in true catholic love, until we are consumed by the fire of your grace for ever. Amen.John Wesley (1703-1791)Loving Lord Jesus, help us to be as respectful of strangers as you were and to meet them as equals and valued human beings, not as objects of charity or as people to be avoided because they are different. May we be sensitive to unknown backgrounds, aware of our own prejudices, open to and accepting of other cultures and willing to learn from them. Help us to hear their lament for a lost country, for family left behind, for poverty or persecution in a former life – exchanged for the hostility and indifference of an unfair society, where opportunity is far from equal and judgments are made on superficial evidence. Lord, may our welcome be as genuine, honest and loving as yours. Amen.Claire Hargreaves, presbyter and Refugee and Interfaith Adviser, South East District