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Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church Hull

Methodist Church

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As many of you will be aware the Government has recently changed its advice to allow churches and other religious buildings to open for individual prayer from 13 June.

The Methodist Church’s advice remains that churches stay closed. 

When the Government announced its intention to change the advice it stated that: “Places of worship still have discretion over when they consider it safe to open and may decide to remain closed or reopen at a slower pace if they wish.”  We would like to stress that no-one should feel under any pressure to open buildings for individual prayer.  Nevertheless, we appreciate that there may be some churches who feel their mission depends on their church being open for individual prayer.  In such cases it is essential the local church managing trustees consult with their circuit and take full account of the advice and guidelines set out in the link. https://www.methodist.org.uk/media/17685/opening-churches-for-private-prayer-covid-19-connexional-advice-0620.pdf 

We affirm the vital need for prayer at this time and recognise that we have been praying no less because we have not had church buildings in which to pray.  Above all, we want people to pray and worship safely.  All the circuits remain committed to supporting our spiritual needs through a range of online and distributed resources.

Please be assured of my continuing care and prayers in these challenging days.

Every blessing  Leslie Newton  District Chair

Welcome to Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church Hull   

On these pages we aim to give you details of the activities and events and fellowship at Bricknell Avenue to which there is an open invitation. If you would like to know more about any of the activities then get in touch with the relevant people as shown on the Contacts page. or ring  [01482 843331 ] 
Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church is situated in the North West of the City of Hull near to Cottingham the largest Village in England and to the Universities -see map below.
The Church is believed to be the first new Church built in the City after the devastating bombings of WWII.
[see Bricknell Story for History of the Church]


5th July

Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church,
277 Bricknell Avenue
Tel: 01482 843331 
E-mail:  Bricknell Avenue

For Room Bookings/Hire please contact Christine Room Booking Secretary 


Rev David Speirs
136 Cottingham Road
Tel 01482 445203
Email David

Rev David Speirs is Minister in Pastoral Charge of Bricknell Avenue, Clowes and Trinity Methodist Churches. With a Methodist responsibility at All Saints CofE South Cave

 David will not be available on a Friday each week .

David's Pastoral Letter JULY 2020

Circuit Superintendent

Rev'd Ann Rigby-Jones Superintendent Minister 

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1. We believe that we are called together by God to be Spirit-led, with a heart for Jesus and a passion for mission. This belief shapes our decision making, our vision and the allocation of our God-given resources and leads us to identify our key priorities for mission. As a Circuit we will seek to support and resource work which meets one or more of the following objectives, and which can be either Church or Circuit led:

a. Making new disciples and growing in discipleship
b Establishing fresh expressions of church and church planting
c Initiatives in mission-shaped ministry
d. Community focused social action
e. Work with families, young people and children, and older people>
f. Reaching the missing generations
g. Building community cohesion

2. We will consider seeking both funding and partnership with other organisations that offer us the freedom to fulfil our gospel imperative, in order to maximise our impact and effectiveness.

3. We will encourage We will encourage each of our churches to shape its life and witness around these priorities and to be active 'centres of mission' with the full support of the Circuit.

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Highlighted Events

For David's Pastoral Letter for July see highlighted section in main body of page

Following on from 'The Bible Course', produced by the Bible Society from Monday 22nd June from 7pm we will be running the Christianity Explored course online for the Hull (Centre & West) Methodist Circuit.

 Through videos and discussion we will be studying the life of Jesus through the Gospel of Mark and exploring what is at the heart of the Christian message. 

The course is suitable for anyone and everyone and all are welcome. o please email me at david.speirs@methodist.org.uk to get more information on how to join us on Zoom.

If you have already been part of the Bible  Course, the Zoom joining details are the same.

For more information on the course please visit:

Thanks & blessings, David

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