You are very welcome to join us in worship and in exploring your faith. Our aim always is that worship should be uplifting, thoughtful and relevant to your everyday life.
As well as Sunday services, we offer the following for children-
Messy Church (Saturday),
Toddler Church (Wednesday),
Junior Church, meet at the same time as the Morning Worship. From this January until Easter Sunday we are meeting at the Queens Road site. Then from Easter Sunday onwards BMC will be meeting as one at the Chilwell Road site.
Catering for children and young people from the age of 0 to 18 years. More Information
Service of Holy Communion, starting at 9.00am.
short service when we share the sacrament of bread and wine, held usually on the last Sunday of each month.
Morning Worship, starting at 10.30am.
Our main service where we gather for worship for around one hour. We have a communion service once a month, and also once a month a Family Worship where the service is particularly appropriate for children and young people. Your youngsters (ages 2 and a half to 18 years) are welcome to join Junior Church that meets each Sunday morning. A crèche is available at Queens Road and Family Room is available at Chilwell Road.
Evening Worship starting at 6:30pm
This second service is quieter and more reflective than the principal service in the morning, with a communion service once a month.
To see the full Circuit Plan of the Nottingham Trent Valley Circuit please click here,
Oct22Sun6:30 pm Evening Worship: Rev Matthew Fugill @ Beeston Methodist ChurchEvening Worship: Rev Matthew Fugill @ Beeston Methodist ChurchOct 22 @ 6:30 pm6:30pm Evening Worship: Rev Matthew FugillOct29Sun6:30 pm Evening Worship: Sarah Butcher @ Beeston Methodist ChurchEvening Worship: Sarah Butcher @ Beeston Methodist ChurchOct 29 @ 6:30 pm6:30pm Evening Worship: Sarah ButcherNov5SunNov12SunNov19SunNov26Sun6:30 pm Evening Worship: Malcolm Wilson @ Beeston Methodist ChurchEvening Worship: Malcolm Wilson @ Beeston Methodist ChurchNov 26 @ 6:30 pm6:30pm Evening Worship: Malcolm Wilson