Both Caversham Heights Gosbrook Road
Our own News Current News Notes for Caversham Heights and Gosbrook Road. We are now part of a project called Partnership for Missional Church. To find out more, follow this link. Have a look at the new Photo Album, showing a selection of photos of recent events. At the moment we have pictures only for Caversham Heights events. The Newsletter for August and September is available here. Here is a page that sets out the vision of Christian Discipleship as service to others. Back to Top
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Our Church Partners We are now part of a project called Partnership for Missional Church. To find out more, follow this link. Here is a link to the Caversham Churches Together website, on which can be found links to the websites of other churches in the area. Please support the local work of RE-Inspired. Here’s a link to their current Prayer Diary. RE Inspired Prayer Diary The Basingstoke and Reading Circuit new focus ... new outlook ... new vision The new Circuit Website can be found here. Lots of news, lots of forthcoming events. This page links to the complete current preaching plan The Methodist Church nationally At the Methodist Conference of July 2016 a resolution was passed urging all the Methodist people to wear an empty safety pin as a mark of our solidarity  against racism. For more information see this link. For images of people actually wearing such a pin, see here. What’s going on in the Methodist Church? Find out here: Methodist e-news. The Methodist Church’s pattern for our discipleship: Our Calling. Well worth studying. Back to Top
Coming Soon Services for the coming Sunday Sunday 24 September 2017 Ordinary 25 A Caversham Heights Gosbrook Road 10.30 Revd David Jenkins Revd Jenny Dowding 6.30 Revd Jenny Dowding HC Bible Readings Here are notes on the Bible Readings suggested for Sunday 24 September, 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time. The preacher, of course, is free to use other Bible readings. These notes may, however, serve to stimulate and perhaps guide your own reflection on the readings of the day. In the near future On Thursday 21 September at 7.30 Caversham Heights will host a lecture by a historian, Peter Shambrook, on the Balfour Declaration and its consequences. On Tuesday 26 September, in conjunction with Reading Voluntary Action, our local churches are putting on a Workshop about countering loneliness. For more information follow this link. On 1 October both churches will be celebrating Harvest Festival. Here is a flyer giving details of the events of the day. Back to Top
Both our churches offer full disabled access (ramps) and disabled toilets. At Caversham Heights the ramp is accessed most conveniently from the car park to the north of the  building, entrance directly off Upper Woodcote Road. At Gosbrook Road disabled access is easiest from the car park to the left of the church building on Ardler Road. This page now consists of four sections: Our Own News; Coming Soon; Our Church Partners; Issues and Musings Just click on any of these links to reach the section you want. At the foot of each section  there is another link to bring you back to the top of the page.
Issues in Focus Separated families Please continue to pray about this, and read more here about Separated Families. and there’s more in the current Newsletter. Musings - food for thought This is a collection of short essays on biblical and theological topics -- among others. Here is a link to Musings. Find it It’s also in the drop-down menu under Both. The most recent essays include What happens when we Pray? , What do we mean by Salvation? and Forgiveness. Tickle your brains! There may be a different way of looking at things. Back to Top
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Welcome to the Website of the Methodist Churches in Caversham. We are part of the Basingstoke and Reading Circuit of the Methodist Church, which is itself one of the Circuits in the Southampton District.
caversham methodist churches website - updated 18 September 2017
Caversham Heights
Caversham, Gosbrook Road
in Caversham
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