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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Bad weather cancellations latest

Sunday 4th March am service has been cancelled.

The World Day of Prayer service which was to have been held on Friday 2nd March has now been postponed due to the bad weather. It will now be held on Friday 9th March at 11am.

The Coffee Morning in aid of Parkinson’s Disease which was to have been held on Saturday 3rd March has been cancelled.

‘Lifespan’ Tea


Lifespan, a Fund Raising Organisation from Hexham, will be hosting a ‘Post Mothers Day’ afternoon tea at Stocksfield Methodist Church on Saturday 17th March from 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm.  Cost £7 00 for full afternoon tea or £3 50 for a cuppa and slice of cake, pay at the door.

Walk of Witness

The Walk of Witness on Good Friday 30th March will start with a short meditation at the Quaker Meeting House at 9 30 am . The Walk and Cross will leave at 10 00 am and progress down the main road to the station car park., finishing at Stocksfield Methodist Church with a short Service at 10 45 am led by Rev Pete Jorysz, the Minister from the Baptist Church and the Rev Dr Pat Moran the new Anglican Vicar, followed by tea & coffee.

Dementia Friendly Church

Our Monday ‘Drop in Coffee’ morning now extends a welcome to anyone affected by dementia, whether recently diagnosed or as a carer for someone who has a diagnosis.  On the second Monday morning of each month, Sue Tiplady, Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, with an interest in the elderly and dementia sufferers, intends to pop in and is willing to chat about any and all aspects of dementia that you may have a query about or that you are experiencing.  Everyone will benefit from coming out and having a chat with a cup of Tea or Coffee and a biscuit which will be served as usual from 10 30 am till Noon

Prayer of the Month

Loving God,  You continually call us to follow you. Give us courage to trust you more as we plan for the future, make us open to new ways of worshipping, whilst not forgetting our treasures from the past. Lift us from feeling dispirited when things don’t always go well and remind us that you can bring change and hope into every situation ~ 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 vegetables continue to be welcomed as the need for food parcels is still necessary – 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.

Open Space


Our Church is now open from 10 30 am ~ noon each Monday to serve coffee/tea, and to have a ‘natter’ or a time of ‘peace’.

Vision 21 Metres of Coppers



We still need your loose change… We have now covered 3524 metres equivalent to £1617. 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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