Address Walsall Road,WS14 0BX (Click for Google map)
Minister  Rev. Jem Hawkins
Contact Details 01922  475083 or use our Contact Form
Services Services are at 10.30 am on Sundays
Activities We have House Bible studies once a month to increase our biblical knowledge, strengthen our fellowship and service.
Further information Welcome to  Springhill Methodist Church, a small and friendly village chapel…Where our doors are wide open for sharing and fellowship. Thank you for visiting our website. The Calling of Springhill Methodist Church is to be a community of belonging, sharing and growing together in the knowledge and love of God in Christ for all people.  We strive to become the kind of church described in the Bible – a community. We are committed to developing relationships that produce love, acceptance, encouragement, service and sacrifice for one another.The Chapel has maintained a continuous and active presence since it  first opened in 1844 as  part of the Methodist New Connexion. It was transferred into the Primitive Methodist Connexion in 1854,  from the Lichfield Circuit to the Brownhills Circuit in 1934 and into the Brownhills and Pelsall Circuit in 1953. Title deeds for the building were obtained for the building in 1958, having first been sought in 1884. Renovation work to parts of the  building were completed in 1949, but the character of the original  chapel have been maintained to this day, with the addition of a large white cross on the front wall, and a new notice board. We now have a large poster on our notice-board:- “Enjoy life to the full with Jesus” chosen mainly because this poster has the largest letters on it and should be clearly visible to the passing traffic. Our aim is to change the message from time to time.We are a small but friendly Church and offer a warm welcome to all.Join us on Sunday and you’ll find a community where you really matter – because YOU matter to God! Please also do not hesitate to contact me should you want to attend our Bible Studies.Yours in His Grace
Deacon Annie Trembling

Below is a picture of the interior of the church at Christmas