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  • The High Wycombe Methodist Circuit was originally created in 1815 from at least 5 churches in the Oxford Circuit. Over the years, churches have come and gone, until there are now 9 active churches in the Wye Valley area. The High Wycombe Circuit is part of the Northampton Methodist District. There is a link to their website on the Links page.

    Our Mission

    The High Wycombe Methodist Circuit’s role is to affirm and support the life of the local Churches in worship, mission, service and discipleship.

    The Circuit Leadership Team have prepared a statement about the future. You can read the statement and also see the related God For All leaflet by clicking the links.

    Worship

    There is a streamed service from Marlow Methodist Church each Sunday at 10.30am.
    The service this Sunday from Marlow is led by Rev'd Nick Thompson with Vicky Everitt leading the family activity. 

    Next Sunday the service from Marlow will be led by Deacon Richard Goldstraw.
    Previous services can be seen on the Marlow Methodist Church Facebook page 

    There is a streamed service from Wesley Methodist Church each Sunday at 10.30am. The link also gives you access to previous services.
    This Sunday the service is led by Deacon Richard Goldstraw.

     

    The service from Wesley on August 8th is a special one for Climate Sunday. Pamela Gamble will be speaking on behalf of A Rocha UK. Their web site says “A Rocha UK was founded twenty years ago as a local Christian conservation project in a deprived and multi-ethnic area of Southall, west London. That work goes on, based at our Wolf Fields reserve. But who would have dreamed that A Rocha UK would now be leading a fast growing network of Christian organisations committed to managing their land for nature, with Partners in Action in all four UK nations? Or that we would be facilitating an Eco Church movement of more than 3,100 local churches in England and Wales, learning how to care for creation in all they do. Or that we would be hosting an ‘online community’ – the phrase hadn’t even been invented 20 years ago – of ‘Wild Christians’ caring for nature. Of course, there have been hard times and setbacks too. But we are amazed at where God has led, and often carried, us.”  https://arocha.org.uk/

     

    If you are not able to be at church and want to make a donation you can do this using our Charitities Aid Foundation page by clicking this button:  

     

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