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    A Statement and Prayer regarding the death of Sir David Amess MP

    A statement and prayer from the President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, the Revd Sonia Hicks and Barbara Easton following the death of Sir David Amess MP:

    "Sir David Amess MP was a faithful and dedicated public servant for many years. He was well known to the Methodist family locally and widely respected. We offer our deep condolences to his family, colleagues, friends and constituents. This senseless act of violence is appalling, and we extend our prayers to all who have been affected by it."



    Sun 17th October - 11am Morning Worship
    Sun 24th October - 11am Morning Worship
    Sun 31st October - 11am United Service


    To see advice from the Methodist Church click here, advice from the NHS click here and advice from the Government click here.


    Monday. All toddlers and their carers are welcome. £1.50 under 18 months, £2.50 for older, £3.00 per family. Come and enjoy fun and company from 9:30 am to 11:30 am


    Pastor Stephen Mayo

    Minister of Highlands Methodist Church

    I have been a life-long member of the Salvation Army and for the past 15 years a Salvation Army Officer (Ordained Minister). I have had churches both in South Wales and London during that time.

    I am now the Pastor for Wesley, Belfairs and Highlands Methodist Churches, within the Southend and Leigh Circuit, and I am really looking forward to what God has in store for me within the Methodist Church as I fulfil my calling here.

    My wife Dani and I, have been married for 25 years and we have 3 daughters, Shannon (21), Megan (18) and Ellie (14).

    I enjoy brass bands and have played a brass instrument since I was 7 years old. My other hobbies are walking and camping.

    Crisp Packet Recycling Scheme at Highlands Methodist Church

    Please email for opening times

    In 6 months we have now recycled 52 kilo of crisp packets which is approximately 10,400 packets. 

    This represents a significant amount of plastic NOT going into landfill so a big thankyou to you all the people who are depositing their empty crisp packets in our collecting box.

    Click here for more info





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