Church Road, Altofts, Normanton, WF6 2NJ   www.altoftsmethodist.org.uk    @AltoftsMC   /altoftsmc

Welcome

Welcome to Altofts Methodist Church. We are a friendly group of people who meet to worship God each Sunday. We have several weekday groups for people of all ages, as well as providing our schoolroom for the use of various community organisations.

You would be made most welcome at our Sunday services. Please see the notices, calendar or Twitter feed for details of this week's services and events.

Minister
Revd Barry Owen

07753 127 681
barry.owen@methodist.org.uk

Altofts Methodist Church, Church Road, Altofts, Normanton, WF6 2NJ

Sunday Services

10:45 am Morning Worship for all ages

6:00 pm Evening Worship

Please check the calendar, notices or Twitter to confirm this week's service times.

Holy Communion is celebrated approximately once a month. All are welcome to receive communion. Non-alcoholic wine is used in Methodist Holy Communion and the bread at Altofts is gluten-free.

Weddings & Baptisms

If you wish to enquire about arranging a wedding or baptism at Altofts Methodist Church please contact the minister, Revd. Barry Owen.

A Word In Time

Daily Bible reading from the Methodist Church

  • Sunday

    John 10:11-18“I am the good shepherd.” (v. 11)

  • Monday

    Romans 8:12-25“All who are led by the Spirit are children of God.” (v. 14)

  • Tuesday

    Romans 8:26-39“We know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called…

  • Wednesday

    Mark 13:5-13“The one who endures to the end will be saved.” (v. 13)

  • Thursday

    Romans 9:1-5“I have great sorrow and anguish in my heart.” (v. 2)

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Accessibility

Altofts Methodist Church is committed to being accessible to all. The building is wheelchair friendly and there is an accessible toilet. There are induction loops in the church and ancillary buildings for hearing aid users. Large print hymn books and notices are available on request. 

 

Fairtrade

Altofts Methodist Church is a Fairtrade place of worship. This means we try to use Fairtrade products at all our meetings and events; particularly tea, coffee and sugar.