Bedlington Colliery Methodist Church

The Collection Depot for the distribution of the boxes which this year are going to Romania
Please click on the link below to go to Shoe box Page
John Joughin
a very special man
Please click on the link to go to John's Page
Church Hall
George & Jean 60 years
Henry Yorke
40 years of Preaching
Dear Members and Friends of  Bedlington Colliery Methodist, Stakeford Methodist and Trinity Bedlington Churches,
Once again it is time to make the journey to Bethlehem. This year we do so in closer company with each other and look forward to celebrating  together as we remember the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
The baby in the manger is both a comfort and a challenge to us, as we reflect on the past year and begin to embrace the changes that are affecting us all in various ways, both at church and in the wider world.
We look forward to working in new ways with one another and pray for wisdom to know what to do and when - remembering that God sometimes calls us to take unexpected opportunities in our journey of faith.
Bethlehem was not a comfortable place for Mary and Joseph, all those years ago, but God did an amazing thing there! The good news of Jesus’ birth is as relevant today as it was then, when he appeared in the stable, so let’s share it in the  best way we know with all those we meet.
‘God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not die but have eternal life.’ John 3:16
Have a wonderful Christmas.
God bless you all

Sue Nicol and Heegon Moon.
Christmas Message 2010
From our Ministers