Worsley Road Methodist Church

Link to church website here 


Services: Morning Service at 10.45, occasional evening services at 6.30. Refreshments after the service.

Moorside group of Churches Together in Swinton and Pendlebury United Service every third Sunday at 6.30

Weddings, baptisms, etc by arrangement.

Books used: Hymns and Psalms, Songs of Fellowship, Methodist Worship Book



Monthly Prayer Meetings in Minister's Vestry on Thursdays 10.00 - 10.30

am. Communion as announced.

Fortnightly Ladies Evening Fellowship - Wednesdays 7.30 pm

Monthly Coffee Morning - First Saturday in month 10.00 am

Monthly Dining Club (Alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays) 1.15 pm

Rainbows and Brownies - Mondays 6.00 pm

Keep Fit/Aerobics - Wednesdays 7.30

Priestley Players Amateur Dramatic Society - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

7.30 pm

Occasional Concerts and Quizzes

Local Council Ward Surgeries - second Thursday in each month 6.30 - 7.30

Weight Watchers Weekly Meeting - Thursdays 5.30 pm

Slimming World - Tuesday 7.00 pm

Cheer Leaders Group - Monday 5.00 pm and Wednesday 4.15 pm

Monthly Circuit Prayer Group - first Wednesday of each month 7.30 at

Brian and Carol Barratt's home

Knitting Circle - enjoy a chat and a cuppa whilst knitting for charity

Contact Muriel Street, Tel: 0161 793 6955 (January restart - dates tba)

Zumbatomic - A dance based fitness workout combining hip-hop, salsa, pop

and more with fun energetic games to keep the kids occupied through the
summer holidays. Every Thursday starting Thursday 28th July.


The church supports through individual donations in money and in kind the work of "Barnabus" with the homeless of Manchester, the Methodist children's charity Action for Children including through League of Light boxes, The Salvation Army work with the homeless and disadvantaged and the work of "Compassion" sponsoring chidren in developing countries. Also Operation Christmas Child is supported through the Brownies and Rainbows. Through Churches Together in Swinton and Pendlebury the church supports the work of Action by Christians against Torture (ACAT) by sending Christmas Cards to political prisoners. In addition a member of the church is the current representative of the Circuit on the board of Ordsall Community Cafe which was set up by Churches Together in Ordsall including our Salford Circuit with the involvement of our former Deacon Kate Barrett.  The minister and several of the members are involved in  "Walk to Emmaus", part of the three day Cursillio movement.

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