Church information during the Coronavirus emergency
There can be no doubt that we have entered an extraordinary period when faith communities are being asked to consider their activities and health security of premises.
Our church is following guidance issued on 16th September 2021 by the Methodist Church. We will keep this page updated with information about our church services and other information.
The Methodist church has issued guidance at:
Whilst it is no longer a Government requirement, whilst local infection rates remain high we suggest you wear a mask whilst entering the building for public worship . It is your choice whether to wear one during the singing.
Online worship services will continue at 10am every Sunday until further notice
Our Church is not defined by the four walls in which people meet together, but we are a community of Christian believers who value each other and all the people we serve in our locality.
As a church we have been looking at ways of developing our web site to maintain our worshiping community and to devise ways in which we can reach vulnerable groups who might not have access to the internet and our website.
There is a prayer box installed outside the church where any members of the Broomfield community and beyond can place prayers for themselves or others.
Hirers of our church and Hall
The health and security of everyone who uses our church premises is of utmost importance. The COVID-19 outbreak has presented our community in Broomfield, as it has others across the country, with unprecedented challenges. A risk assessment may have to be agreed with the Property Managers during Government restrictions before concluding hire arrangements.
Our TOPIC magazine has ceased publication from July 2021 back copies of the magazine can be found on our Topic page. A monthly newsletter is published and if you want to receive this please contact the church through our e-mail address if you would like an electronic copy.
Sunday Worship resumed on a Covid secure basis on January 16th 2022 at 11am
Sunday services are available on You Tube every week at https://www.youtube.com/c/ChelmsfordMethodists/featured
Deacon Ramona Samuel and Rev Mark Pengelly and Rev Barry Allen host live prayers on their Facebook live pages; Monday, Wednesday and Friday's. Just 10 - 15 mins helps hold life in perspective during the pandemic.
Evening prayers are led by Rev Barry Allen at 7pm which you can access at Barry's Facebook live page
Deacon Ramona Samuel leads prayers at at 7pm and which can be found at facebook live
Evening prayers are led by Rev Mark Pengelly at 6.30pm which you can access at Marks's facebooklive page
The Methodist Church has a variety of live streamed resources on a Sunday morning which you can access by following these links on the Methodist Church website
Services can also be joined from Methodist Central Hall Westminster or from Wesley's chapel