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About Us at Springwell
As part of the Methodist Church of Great Britain, we are a mainstream Christian Church and as such believe that no-one is beyond the the reach of God's Love.
Springwell Village Methodist Church is part of the south area of Bede Circuit - itself part of Newcastle District of Methodist Churches. The website for The Bede Circuit is www.bede-circuit.org.uk
Our Minister is:
Rev. Rohama Asif -
Phone 0191 4312572 or click here to email
We share our Minister with 3 other churches in nearby Washington - St Andrews, Glebe and Oxclose. Web addresses can be found at Web Links.
Our church here in Springwell Village was established in 1880 and the building retains a "traditional feel" even though there have been many changes to improve things over the years. The church, however is more than a building and remains a very important place for people to come together to worship, share the love of God our Father and to learn of
His Son, Jesus Christ.
Our members come from all walks of life and share a diversity of gifts. Friendship and fellowship are important to us. While we care for each other and feel a sense of responsibility to our local village community, we also have a wider concern for national and international issues.
Pastoral - the Pastoral Team of Visitors aims to keep in touch and offers friendship and Christian support to the Church community.
Our challenge for the future? In a world obsessed with wealth and celebrity, can we learn and show the world outside our church family that the teachings of Our Lord, Jesus Christ are as relevant today as they were two thousand years ago?
"MONEY CAN'T BUY ME LOVE"
and that includes GOD'S LOVE!
You can check out our YouTube link here
Erratum: Please note Sunday morning Church services at Springwell begin at 10.30am and not 10.45am as shown in this video.