New Minister to Join Circuit   (12/12/17)

The Circuit Invitations Committee is pleased to announce that Rev Susan Male has accepted an invitation to join the Circuit as a presbyter from 1st September next year. Susan will have pastoral oversight of Ealing Green and Kingsdown churches. At present, Susan is a presbyter in the Harrow and Hillingdon Circuit. As is normal practice, Susan’s appointment will be formally confirmed by Methodist Conference in July.


Iris Axon Concert Series at Acton Hill   (12/12/17)

The next concert in the Iris Axon Concert Series at Acton Hill is on Sunday 21st January at 2.00pm (please note earlier time). The recitalist will be Ning Hui See from Singapore who will be performing piano works by Scarlatti, both Robert and Clara Schumann and Unsuk Chin. Entrance is by programme at the door: £6.00, concessions £5.00, children £2.00.


“Blue Christmas” at Ealing Green   (07/12/12)

“Blue Christmas” is a time of quiet and contemplation for those who find Christmas difficult. Come to Ealing Green Church, Ealing Green, W5 5QT on 21st December at 6.00pm. All are welcome. For more information, contact Deacon Ramona Samuel.

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A Request from Action Tutoring   (05/12/17)

Could you tutor a young person needing extra support in maths or English? Action Tutoring, an educational charity is looking for volunteers to tutor primary and secondary school pupils in need of help for one hour a week for approximately 8-10 weeks. Tutoring takes place on school premises and volunteers work with the same pupils every week. Action Tutoring supports pupils who are at risk of not meeting national standards in their GCSEs or SATs and are from disadvantaged backgrounds, meaning they wouldn't otherwise have access to this kind of help. If you are interested, you can find out more by going to, or by calling Action Tutoring on 020 7803 4988.


Churches Together in Central Ealing   (05/12/17)

You may like to join the following two events being organised by Churches Together in Central Ealing:

Carol Singing in Ealing Broadway Centre: Gather in Town Square on Saturday 16th December at 4.00pm to sing on the steps leading up to the library. The event will last for around an hour.

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: The service for 2018 will be held on Sunday 21st January at 6.30pm at St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Mount Park Road, Ealing W5 2RS and will be led by Rev Sue McCoan. The theme for the 2018 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be ‘That all may be free’.


Associate Pastor King’s Hall Urdu/Hindi-speaking church, Southall   (21/11/17)

The Ealing Trinity Circuit is seeking to recruit an enthusiastic English and Urdu/Hindi-speaking part-time Associate Pastor to work primarily with the King’s Hall Urdu/Hindi-speaking church in the multicultural area of Southall. The post is part of the leadership team under the direction of the Superintendent Minister and will involve 10 hours per week at an hourly rate of £14 - £16 depending on experience and qualifications. Closing date for applications is midday 19th December 2017 and interviews will be on 18th January 2018. For more information and an application pack click here to go to the Vacancies page on this website.


The Encounter Programme is Back!   (07/11/17)

Ever wondered what God is calling you to? Would you like to have a greater impact as a Christian disciple? Unsure of the next steps in your Christian journey? Interested in engaging in theological reflection with a group of like-minded individuals? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, the Encounter course is for you! Running over 12 sessions the new course is scheduled to start early next year. Interested? Come and experience a taster session where you can find out more on Saturday 18th November at 10.30am in Rm 402 Methodist Central Hall, Westminster. To book a place on the taster or for further information please contact: Sharon Nugent on 07799 902 585 or e-mail

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Proclaim   (07/11/17)

‘Proclaim’ is a new course run by the London District for people wanting to become Local Preachers or Worship Leaders. The course is in two parts each lasting about 18 months and involves sessions on Wednesday evenings, occasional weekend residential sessions and internet-based learning. The first part begins in January and costs £500. For more information and to obtain application forms, contact Tina Gotla-Aluri at

Note that all students must have the support of their Superintendent Minister in order to participate in the course and that those interested in undertaking the course as a trainee Local Preacher need to be registered with the Local Preachers’ Office by 1st January 2018, and to be placed ‘On Note’.

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Ealing Charity Christmas Card Shop   (10/10/17)

This year the Ealing Charity Christmas Card Shop will be at the church of Christ the Saviour in Ealing Broadway. The shop will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10.00am – 5.00pm starting on Tuesday 31st October and closing on Tuesday 19th December.


Grandparents and Toddlers Group Starting at Hanwell   (10/10/17)

Hanwell is starting a new group for ‘Grandparents and Toddlers’. The group will meet on Tuesdays from 1.30pm – 3.30pm starting on 31st October at Hanwell Methodist Church, Church Road, Hanwell W7 1DJ. There will be craft activities and a baby corner. There is a small charge of £1.00 per grandparent which includes refreshments and a snack. For more information, contact Gill on 020 8567 4018.


Regular Prayer Group at Greenford   (30/03/17)

Greenford Methodist Church is starting a regular Prayer Group which will also be open to everyone from the Circuit. The Group will meet on every first Thursday of the month starting after Easter on 4th May at 2.00pm. Meetings will take place at the manse Deacon Lemia Nkwelah's manse (see Circuit Directory for address details or call 020 8575 5594). All are welcome!


Ruby Ministries   (02/02/17)

We are Ruby Ministries, a group supported by our Circuit which is concerned about night women on the streets of Southall. We seek to expose the injustices hidden in the shadows of its streets. The challenge for us is that when we walk the streets of Southall at night, what do we see? As we walk and pray every fourth Friday of the month, we ask God to help us to see the unthinkable so that we can reach out with compassion and help.

You may be interested in walking the streets of Southall in prayer or you may have ideas of how to be church to the night women of Southall. Please join us in our prayer walks, 11.00pm every fourth Friday of the month. If you feel called to this ministry, please get in touch with Deacon Lemia Nkwelah at or call 020 8575 5463.