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Methodist Church Bexleyheath

About the Church

Methodist Bexleyheath Church was b uilt 86 years ago and has been supported by generations of Christian people who have given their time talents and money expressing their faith and commitment. The Church have been in the Bexley area since 1845 and the first established Methodist Church in Bexleyheath was built in 1860 in North Street. John Wesley (1771) and George Whitfield (1773) preached in this district, the latter reported to have preached to a crowd of 300 people at the spot where Lion Road joins the Broadway, not 100 yards from our Church. We would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors who is attending our service(s) or visiting our website. If you wish to speak to our minister Rev George K Quarm, call 02082987403 or email him, we will be glad to hear from you, you can also contact him for Prayer intercession.  James 5: 13-15..Is anyone among you afflicted?.. he should pray..Is anyone among you sick?..he should call in the Church elders, and they should pray over him..the prayer of faith will save him...and thy Lord will restore him...(Amp Bible).

Words of Encouragement

from the Manse

Dear Friends, (Whoever wants to be great must become a servant. Mark 10:43) The world defines greatness in terms of power, possessions, prestige, and position. If you can demand service from others, you’ve arrived. In our me- first culture, acting like a servant is not a popular concept. Jesus, however, measured greatness in terms of service, not status. God determines your greatness by how many people you serve, not how many people serve you. This is so contrary to the world’s idea of greatness that we have a hard time understanding it, much less practicing it. The disciples argued about who deserved the most prominent position, and 2,000 years later, people still jockey for position and prominence. Thousands of books have been written on leadership, but few on servanthood. Everyone wants to lead; no one wants to be a servant. We would rather be generals than privates. Even Christians want to be “servant-leaders,” not just plain servants. But to be like Jesus is to be a servant. That’s what he called himself.
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WELCOME to

Methodist Church

Bexleyheath

About the Church

Methodist Bexleyheath Church was b uilt 86 years ago and has been supported by generations of Christian people who have given their time talents and money expressing their faith and commitment. The Church have been in the Bexley area since 1845 and the first established Methodist Church in Bexleyheath was built in 1860 in North Street. John Wesley (1771) and George Whitfield (1773) preached in this district, the latter reported to have preached to a crowd of 300 people at the spot where Lion Road joins the Broadway, not 100 yards from our Church. We would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors who is attending our service(s) or visiting our website. If you wish to speak to our minister Rev George K Quarm, call 02082987403 or email him, we will be glad to hear from you, you can also contact him for Prayer intercession.  James 5: 13-15..Is anyone among you afflicted?.. he should pray..Is anyone among you sick?..he should call in the Church elders, and they should pray over him..the prayer of faith will save him...and thy Lord will restore him...(Amp Bible).
© Bexleyheath Methodist Church, allrights reserved 2016

Words of Encouragement from the Manse

Dear Friends, (Whoever wants to be great must become a servant. Mark 10:43) The world defines greatness in terms of power, possessions, prestige, and position. If you can demand service from others, you’ve arrived. In our me-first culture, acting like a servant is not a popular concept. Jesus, however, measured greatness in terms of service, not status. God determines your greatness by how many people you serve, not how many people serve you. This is so contrary to the world’s idea of greatness that we have a hard time understanding it, much less practicing it. The disciples argued about who deserved the most prominent position, and 2,000 years later, people still jockey for position and prominence. Thousands of books have been written on leadership, but few on servanthood. Everyone wants to lead; no one wants to be a servant. We would rather be generals than privates. Even Christians want to be “servant-leaders,” not just plain servants. But to be like Jesus is to be a servant. That’s what he called himself.
METHODIST CHURCH BEXLEYHEATH
Sunday Service 10:00 -11:00 am Join Us