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A warm welcome to

The Lindisfarne Methodist Circuit

A warm welcome to

a Circuit set round the cradle of Christianity

A warm welcome to

a Circuit of sea and sky

A warm welcome to

a Circuit of rocky grandeur

A warm welcome to

a Circuit of awesome wonder

Welcome to the website of the Lindisfarne Methodist Circuit.

In line with Government Guidelines, all our places of worship are closed until further notice. We are unable to meet in our Church buildings or offer our premises to the many groups and organisations who use them, week by week.

Our Church has not gone to sleep! The buildings may not be in use but the people of those Churches still pray - still reach out through prayer to all, and will continue to do so. The voice of prayer is NEVER silent.

VISIT OUR 'CIRCUIT PLAN' PAGE FOR A DAILY REFLECTION & MEDITATION FOR EASTER!!
To receive the daily meditation direct to your email, send your address to kim.hurst@methodist.org.uk

May God bless you and keep you safe.

With love from the Church communities of the Lindisfarne Methodist Circuit.

If you have any pastoral issues please contact
Rev Kim Hurst 01289 306291
Deacon Jackie Wright 01665 721185

Alnwick

In 1748 John & Charles Wesley visited Alnwick during their countrywide travels, meeting with the small Methodist Society established by a local.

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Donaldsons Lodge

Sitting at the heart of this hamlet, Donaldson’s Lodge serves both the local community and several villages around the area.

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Berwick-upon-Tweed

Up until 2017 the Methodist Church building was located in Walkergate.  Now, this community Church meets in the William Elder Building.

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Milfield

Milfield nestles right on the edge of the Cheviot Hills. You will find the Methodist Church just off the main road.

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Christon Bank

As one of the smaller Methodist communities in our Circuit, Christon Bank nestles in the countryside of north Northumberland.

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Seahouses

An iconic coastal village, port and holiday resort, the Church was originally built in 1926 welcoming locals and holiday makers.

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Our Calling

The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission.

Our Welcome

The warmth of our welcome will return......one day soon! At present, our Church buildings are closed and our activities suspended.  As soon as we are able to re-commence we'll let you know.

Events

We are unable to continue with our events and activities at the present time.