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Wrexham Methodist Circuit consists of churches in Caergwrle, Ruabon, Llangollen, Brymbo, Wrexham, Overton, Rhosddu, Rhosymedre and Gresford. We are part of the Wales Synod and the Methodist Church in Britain.
Our mission is to proclaim and affirm our conviction of God's love in Christ, for us and for all the world; and renew confidence in God's presence and action in the world and in the Church.
Many of our activities are currently being held on line. If you would like any help or advice on how to use Zoom please message us here
Circuit Prayer Meetings
Our Circuit Prayer meetings are currently held on Zoom. Please contact our Deacon Lisa Rathbone for the dates and codes. Also see to join in with Methodists all over the UK for a weekly prayer meeting every Tuesday at 12.45pm. Or try the daily prayers on : . Or why not join thousands of Christians every day at noon who say The Lords Prayer.
Services at our churches in Wrexham, Gresford, Llangollen, Ruabon, Caergwrle and Overton have resumed. Please contact the individual churches for times and schedule as some are not open every week. Each church has carried out a risk assessment and are following measures to keep us all safe when coming to worship. We are also still running a weekly service on Zoom at 10.30am. Message us if you would like details. Check out
for the Methodist service sheets at home.
Please click here for more information on how we are responding to Covid - 19
Book of the Month - a book group reading the Bible
What is it? Try imagine reading the Bible like a book club - because the best journeys are those when we travel in a group. So we'll journey through the whole Bible, book a month. It will be a space to read, get to know the Bible, to question and to enjoy. Each month we'll talk about what we've read and then go on to look at the next book. .
This discussion group is now hosted on Zoom. Please contact Rev Richard Parkes for the dates and Zoom codes.
A message from Rev Phil Poole
One of the differences in church during recent months has been that unless we have good reason, we are required to wear a mask - something which is totally new to most of us. Lisa discovered this reflection online, which helps us to think about our masks in a different way, as a sign of our love and concern for others and as an occasion for prayer.
Creator, as I prepare to go into the world,
help me to see the sacrament
in the wearing of this cloth -
let it be "an outward sign
of an inward grace" -
a tangible and visible way
of living love for my neighbours,
as I love myself.
Christ, since my lips will be covered,
uncover my heart,
that people would see my smile
in the crinkles around my eyes.
Since my voice may be muffled,
help me to speak clearly,
not only with my words,
but with my actions.
Holy Spirit, as the elastic touches my ears,
remind me to listen carefully -
and full of care -
to all those I meet.
May this simple piece of cloth
be shield and banner,
and each breath it holds, be filled with your love.
In your Name, and in that love, I pray
May it be so.
May it be so.
An Open Discussion of The Methodist Church's Report on Marriage and Relationships
This discussion has now been postponed to 2021.