Our churches are now open for worship – see the preaching plan page for dates and times
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Welcome to the website for the Brownhills and Willenhall Methodist Circuit
The Brownhills & Willenhall Circuit came into being on 1st September 2008 following the merger of the former Brownhills & Pelsall Circuit and the Bloxwich & Willenhall Circuit.
We are a group of 10 churches on the West Midlands/Staffordshire border and are seeking to share the love of God in every way we can. The communities we serve are very varied. We have former mining communities, villages, multi-racial inner-city communities as well as large areas of suburban housing. In each case we believe it is our responsibility and privilege to share the Good News of Christ which we know can lead to our lives having a new sense of purpose and fulfilment.
We offer a wide range of worship on Sundays and midweek suited to all members of the family. Full details can be found in each church’s entry.
We have three full-time Ministers working in the circuit including a full-time Lay-Worker who help with our ministry to children and families and another Lay Worker who deals with administration and pastoral visiting
In addition to our churches, we own a shop, ‘Bridging the Gap’ in the centre of Willenhall which is leased to Churches Together in Willenhall of which we are part. You can see from elsewhere on the website the various ways in which this shop ministers to people in their need.
Unusually, we also have a Crown Green Bowling Club which plays on our own green. This has a number of teams entered in local leagues and new bowlers are always welcome. Please see their website page for further details.
Thank you for looking at our website – we are glad you did and if we can be of help to you, just let us know.
Superintendent Minister Rev. Jeremy Hawkins
Tel: 01922 475083
This Circuit and all the Churches are committed to fulfilling the requirements of the Protection of Children Act and the guidlines set out in ‘Safeguarding Children and Young People’.