The Northampton District is a delightfully diverse area. The communities we serve include city centres urban and suburban areas including new housing developments, and many rural communities and sometimes all of these can be found in one circuit. Click here to read more...
We pray for our communities and all we love in this time of continued pandemic and lockdown.
Give us patience when lockdown is prolonged or extended or re-imposed.
Give us hope that life will improve and especially for the most vulnerable.
Make us ever mindful of those who are still shielding, the lonely and isolated, and those who have been bereaved.
We pray for those whose mental health and well-being is particularly affected by these limitations
And we hold before you all NHS workers, key workers, and all public servants.
Give us, holy God, that same never ending compassion you have for the world and keep us in your love.
The Reverend Helen Cameron, Chair of the Northampton District of The Methodist Church, has been elected as the next Moderator of the Free Churches Group. Read more here....
A Year of Prayer - The Conference has declared 2020/2021 a year of prayer, read more here.
The Northampton District Prayer Diary for 2020-2021 is now available to view and download here
Video by Rev'd Calvin T Samuel, Methodist Minister - Entitled 'A Long Overdue Conversation on Racism'
For latest news, including guidance for churches on the Coronavirus, follow this link to the Methodist Church website https://www.methodist.org.uk/ You can also sign up for the weekly Methodist News straight to your inbox here
The district hosts a private Facebook group about creativity and faith. The group is called Create! and exists to help people create new Christian communities and to encourage existing Christian communities to be creative. If you would like to join please find us and answer the questions you'll be asked, also agreeing to the rules. www.facebook.com/groups/422328328463947/
The Northampton District is a registered Eco District. The award affirms the District’s attention to the care of God’s creation and encourages the adoption of Eco Church by churches in the area. You can read more about the Eco Church scheme here.....