Binbrook Methodist Church
St Michael and All Angels Church,
Minister: Rev. Sarah Parkin
About Binbrook @ Brookenby
Binbrook Methodist Church left its building in 2003. For five years we met together in the village reading room on Sundays for worship. Since the beginning of 2009 we have joined with friends in St Michael and All Angels C of E Church at Brookenby to form a shared church.
We are a small, faithful congregation who long to see God’s kingdom come, and together with our Anglican friends we strive to serve our Lord as best we can in this place. We believe that we are an open and welcoming church, with our worship being warm and comfortable. First and foremost we aim to include everyone in all that we do.
A Bible Study is run at 2:00PM on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the Month.
Every day except Mondays from 10AM - 4PM you can also find a thriving Thrift Shop and a Café. The Church is also open daily for access to a Lending Library.
We worship together every Sunday at 10:45AM. The 1st and 3rd services of the month are Anglican led, with the 3rd service of the month being a family service, and the 2nd and 4th (and any 5th) are Methodist led.
This Month's Services
Binbrook services are currently suspended.
We will be preparing home worship resources for each Sunday... Please download this week's HERE. This resource is available alongside the Circuit Zoom Service, a live video-conferencing service that will be taking place each Sunday at 4:00 PM if you wish to join us. If you need help regarding downloading Zoom, connecting to the service via your computer or telephone then please contact one of the circuit ministers.
If video calling is not your thing then please find an alternative home worship sheet for this week available HERE.
At this time it is beneficial to check out the ways in which you can CONNECT with your Lord and with others at this difficult time... In addition please have a read of A Methodist Way of Life and consider the things you can do ...
Mothers in Israel
On Tuesday mornings at 10:00AM Rev. Louise Carr will be running a study group looking at Mothers in Israel, a recent book which explores the influential women in early Methodism. Anyone is welcome to join us, just ask Rev. Louise for the Zoom code. The author is going to give us a talk on Zoom one Thursday afternoon.