A Spotlight on our Circuits

We are shining a spotlight on each of our Circuits to share some of the amazing stories and ways in which we are staying connected and worshipping at the moment.

Doncaster Circuit

In the Doncaster Circuit great efforts are being made to enable a wide variety of church members to take part in online worship. Daily Devotions are live at 8am each day led by the ministry team and some local preachers on the Doncaster Circuit youtube channel.


TKCC (The Kings Cross Church)

At TKCC Revd. Jon Bellfield explains, “It’s important to maintain a family feel so we’ve shortened sermons, we still celebrate birthdays and each week we are are learning new skills as we produce online worship. Our Junior Church and bible studies have been moved online to Zoom and we are offering extended sessions.

Here is TKCC’s youtube channel

Priory Place

On a Sunday morning at 11am you can join Priory Place on Facebook and at 11.30am Café Church begins on Zoom.


Schools Co-ordinator for Doncaster Circuit Aimee Roddam, is working with local schools to create Open the Book and Godly Play resources which can be shared by the schools as part of their home learning packs for pupils. She is also sharing a weekly bible reading and reflection for children as part of worship in the Circuit. Watch out on the Doncaster Circuit youtube channel for Godly Play resources for everyone.

SMC (Sprotbrough)

Is offering online worship at 10am on a Sunday

SMC’s Worship Leader Matt Beckingham is part of the team who have created a virtual choir – National Methodist Choir for Great Britain. Over 1,000 people from around the world have signed up to take part in the online choir. So far, they have released two songs (In Christ Alone and 10,000 Reasons) and there are plans for more. Visit https://nmcgb.org/ to find out more and to listen to the songs.


Bolsover and Staveley Circuit

Revd. Sean Adair has created this video about Online Ministry within the Circuit.

Where will we visit next? Watch this space to find out more…