Carrville Methodist Church

Introduction

Service times

Location

Contact information

Minister

Other information

Introduction

INTRODUCTION

Carrville is a warm and welcoming church with a lively congregation. Worship is at the centre of the life of any church and so it is with Carrville. Each Sunday we gather in church to worship God, to listen to His word and to seek to understand how we must serve Him in the world. It is an exciting place to meet and worship, and visitors are always welcome. Full details about what we are doing is available at www.carrvillemethodist.org.uk

Service times

We meet for worship on Sundays (10.30am) and Tuesdays (9.45am). All ages are welcome to join us for worship.

Activities

We have a wide range of activities and events which you are very welcome to attend. To discover what is taking place do come and join us. Our weekly notice sheet gives information on a regular basis, supplemented by a monthly magazine, The Visitor, which is full of articles and encouragement. Some of our activities are listed below:

Brownies meet on Tuesdays (5.30-7.00pm) the activities enable girls aged 7-10 years to work for interest badges, while developing a wide range of useful skills.

Faith and Friendship includes people who worship at Carrville. This group meets on a weekly basis (Mondays 8.00pm – online or in person) to share in prayer, friendship, bible study, worship and discussion.

House Group meets monthly on Wednesday afternoons to read and think carefully about the Bible and God’s message for us.

Pram Club meets Thursday mornings during term time (9.30am) and is an informal (sometimes hectic!) social gathering of parents and guardians with their young children. All are welcome to this.

Rainbows meet on Fridays (6.00pm). This is open to girls aged 5-7 years and provides a structured programme of fun activities.

Saturday Coffee Morning (10.00-12.00) – This takes place on the 1st Saturday of each month and raises money in aid of a range of charities as chosen by members of the congregation or to raise money for the work of the local church. Gifts for the cake stall and bring-and-buy are greatly appreciated.

 

Location

Address: High Street DH1 1BQ

Directions:  Carrville Methodist Church lies on the eastern side of Durham City, and is easily accessible from J62 of the A1M.

Carrville Methodist Church is on the east side of Durham City, and is easily accessible from Junction 62 of the A1(M). If you are travelling from the centre of Durham, follow the A690 signposted Sunderland and take the first exit signposted to Belmont/Dragonville. Follow this road over the A690, continue straight on at the traffic lights, and straight on at the mini-roundabout. Bear to the left where the road splits at the Anglican Church (St Mary Magdalene). The Methodist Church is situated on the right hand side approximately ¼ mile further on.

If you are travelling from Sunderland along the A690, turn left at the traffic lights signposted Belmont/Carrville (adjacent to the petrol station and opposite the Park and Ride). Follow this road round into Carrville, and the church can be found about 1/4 mile along the High Street on the left hand side, soon after the bridal shop. Carrville High Street is serviced by the regular Number 20 bus with bus stops in both directions located close to the church.


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Contact Information

For more information please contact the Minister

Minister

Minister: Rev Fiona Weir

Other information

For more information about our church please visit our website www.carrvillemethodist.org.uk. For general enquiries contact carrville.enquiries@gmail.com.