Stocksfield Methodist Church is a small community offering a huge welcome. We are committed through worship, fellowship and service to growing as disciples of Jesus and building a vibrant Christian community.


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Church Winter Fair

Saturday 7th December – Church Hall
10.00 am – 2 00 pm.

After the temporary church closure due to a burst water main the Winter Fair, that was to have been held on 9th November, was cancelled. However, since the church has been brought back into use quicker than envisaged the Fair will take place as part of the regular monthly coffee morning on Saturday 7th December. This year’s fair will include invited craft tables. Other stalls include, cakes, preserves, and toiletries. Come and make an early start to your Christmas shopping. We are hoping yet again to make another great success of this annual event. Coffee/tea is included in the admission charge of £1. ‘Pie & Pea’ lunch – £6.00 served from 12 noon.

Churches Together Big Sing

Sunday December 8th, 3 pm, SICA Community Hall

The annual Churches Together Big Sing will take place on Sunday December 8th, 3 pm at SICA. Come and enjoy the Prudhoe Community Choir as they sing Christmas songs and lead the carols. Followed by refreshments. All are welcome to this popular Stocksfield community event.

Dementia Friendly Church

Our Monday ‘Drop in Coffee’ morning welcomes anyone affected by dementia, whether recently diagnosed or as a carer for someone who has a diagnosis.  All will benefit from coming and having a chat enjoy a cup of Tea or Coffee and a biscuit served as usual from 10 30 am till noon.

Prayer of the Month

A short prayer for the month ~ Loving God  unchanging in Love and wisdom, forever inspiring and creating the new, bless the family of your Church in Stocksfield as we seek to discover new ways to spread your Word in our community.  ~ Amen.


Food Bank


Ongoing contributions to the West Northumberland Food Bank of non-perishable food particularly cartons of long life milk, fruit juice, flavoured packs of noodles, jams & tinned meat, fish, fruit and vegetables continue to be welcomed as the need for food parcels is still necessary. The number of people seeking help has risen by 37% in the past year.  Sue Applegarth will be happy to accept either food or alternately monetary donations. There is a basket in the Church Hall for any contributions. Please note that unfortunately the food bank is unable distribute food that is outside its sell by date.

Vision 21 Metres of Coppers


We still need your loose change… We have now covered 3766 metres equivalent to £1720. What a fantastic response we are having, not only from our own Church family but also from those we are reaching out to in the village! Don’t stop saving your coppers every little helps!

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