The Book of Ruth explored

If you would like to find out what happens in the book of the Bible entitled Ruth why not come along to Jammy Church on Saturday 13th October,  when this book will be explored.  Jammy Church will be using its usual mix, of  Craft, Music and Worship, to explore the themes in the story.  The session will conclude with some food for which all are welcome.  (If you want food it is helpful if you can arrive before 11 am. so that we can get the catering right).  Jammy Church  is suitable for anyone of any ages to attend, but we do request that any children are accompanied.  The session runs from 10.30 to 12.30 on the second Saturday for 11 months of the year.

More about Jammy Church can be found at

The Pictures above were taken at last Months Jammy Church on the Parable of the Talents. Our thanks to all those people who make Jammy Church Possible.


Return of the Scarecrows



We are pleased to welcome back “Worzel” and “Sally” who are kindly helping us to advertise our Harvest Service.

For more details about the Harvest service please see

Harvest Service 2018

Our thanks to the lady who looks after “Worzel and Sally” while they are not on duty , who also took the picture.

Nativity Festival

We will be holding a Nativity Festival from the 6th to 8th December.  This will be a display of Nativities made from different materials from Maize and Straw to knitted and Glass.  These Nativities originate in several different countries.  The Nativitys are being lent to us by various members and friends of the Church.

This will take place in the Church (not the Hall) and will be open on

Thursday from  2p.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturday  1 p.m. to 5. p.m.

Please come and look there will be no charge for entry, but if you wish to donate any money raised will go to the Church Funds and Church Charities.

We also intend to hold a Nativity Trial associated with this event.  For more details please watch this space and look out for the posters.

One Achord at Northam

On Saturday 22nd September our friends at Northam  Methodist church will be hosting a concert by “one Achord”.  The performance is described as “a melange of sacred and secular music including songs from the shows, linked by sketches , poems and readings”. The performance starts at 7 p.m. , tickets cost £5 and will be available on the door.




Christmas Fayre

You are invited to our Christmas Fayre, this event will take place on Saturday  3rd November between 10.00 a.m. and 2 p.m . Stalls and attractions are as follows:-

Cottage Plants and Indoor/Outdoor Bulbs
Chocolate Tombola
Beauty Stall
Original Art by Adiela
Cakes and Preserves
Potty Peggy’s Crafts
Secret Santa Gifts
Crafty Christmas
Christmas Hampers
Table Decorations
Cuddly Toys
Gel Nail Box at Beauty Boutique

There is no charge for admission for this event so why not come along and see what we have to offer.  The event is in Aid of Church Funds and Charities.

We have received an unprecedented amount of enquiries from people interested in having stalls at this event.  We are very pleased that so many people are interested in us, but would like to make it known that there is now not enough physical space for us to accept any more stalls.

The Pictures above were taken at various previous Christmas events in the Church.

New Year New Term

The Methodist year runs from 1st September to 31st August so we are welcoming in a New year.  September is also the start of a New Academic year and many children are starting or changing schools at this time. Various activities within the Church which paused for the School Holidays are also restarting.  New People are welcome to join in with  Jammy Tots and the Boys and Girls Brigades.

Jammy Tots stay and play  resumed last Thursday (6th) for more details see

The Boys Brigade will resume on Wednesday 26th September and the Girls Brigade on     Tuesday 18th September both of these groups are seeking more people to assist with their activities.

Jammy Talents

The Theme for Jammy Church on Saturday 8th September is the Parable of the Talents which can be found in the book of Matthew Chapter 25 verses 14-30.  This will take place between 10.30 a.m. and 12.30. Please enter via the back Hall.

Jammy Church is an activity session for children, their families and the young at heart.  Each session is based on a particular Theme.

There will be various activities and crafts to take part in and some food to eat.  You do not need to attend all the session; you could just pop in to see what we are up to. If you wish to stay for the food please try to come before 11 a.m. so we can get our catering correct.

More information can be found on the Jammy Church Facebook page.

The Pictures above were taken at previous Jammy Churches.

Harvest Service 2018

On Sunday 14th October at 10.30 a.m. the Harvest Festival Service will take place. Harvest Festival marks the end of the main Harvest season.  We give thanks to God for the crops that have been grown and celebrate the hard work involved in reaping them.

During the Service people will be given an opportunity to donate food to the Basics Bank and St Dismas, a Charity that helps the Homeless.

More information about the basics bank can be found at

if you wish to donate some  Food please bring some with you.  In the past the Charity has been given lots of Baked Beans so if you can another product would be appreciated.  Donating is not compulsory you are very welcome to join us for the service whether or not you donate.

Harvest Festival is a lovely community event, which can be enjoyed by families, friends and occasional visitors. There will be an invitation to Tea, coffee and biscuits after the service.

The fruit and vegetables above were all produced within 5 miles of Hedge End Methodist Church and grown by people who are personally known to me.

Safari Supper


On Saturday 22nd September we will be holding a Safari Supper. This should not involve spotting wild animals around Hedge End.   The Main course will be held in someones home (from 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.)  then the diners will move onto another home for the Desert course (from 7.45 to 8.15).  The evening will conclude with Coffee in the Hall at the Church from 8.30 to 9.30 p.m.  It is intended that the Supper will take place at several different venues around Hedge End.  As part of the Evening it is hoped that people will be able to take food to those people who are housebound and sit and eat with them.

At the same time as this is taking place it is intended to show a film in the Hall which is suitable for 8 to 14 year olds.  Those watching the film will be fed on Pizza and Ice cream.

If you would like to attend the event or are willing to host a course or help in any other way  please ask the stewards  for a yellow form. In order that everything can be sorted it is asked that these forms be returned by Sunday 2nd September.

Please note the food shown above is not an indication of the Menu on the day.

Helping you to live in a fellowship of friendship.