Bayston Hill is a welcoming, Enabling, LGBTQ+ church with a Bronze Eco Status award and a growing Scripture Garden outside our building. Our building is wheelchair accessible and as an Enabling Church we strive to ensure our written or projected materials, signage, chairs and other aspects of the building use are suitable for neurodivergent and all abilities. Our building is equipped with a T Loop System.
Our Sunday worship ranges from the traditional to the contemporary and we also offer Holy Communion the first Wednesday of each month at 10am. This is a great time for those who are unable to sit for long periods as the service is usually a half an hour. We also offer prayer time on Wednesdays at 10am unless hosting Communion.
Our faith calls us to be concerned with social justice issues, care of creation, economic witness and many of our congregation volunteer with organisations in Shrewsbury and beyond. We also support local and global charities both inside and outside of Methodism.
Occasionally we have Celtic Worship through Gather Ceteria, a roving Celtic Gathering throughout Shrewsbury. For more information find Gather Ceteria on Facebook.
Dilys Jones is our Senior Church Steward and can be contacted via email@example.com
The other Church Stewards are : Mr. A. Carson, Mrs. C. Holman and Mrs. Ruth Grizzell.
Mrs. S. Robinson is our lettings secretary and she can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ShrewsMethodist/
Some of our services are live streamed into our churches but you can always tune in from home on your computer, device, mobile or landline every Sunday. if you are unable to come to church but wish to join us online, please contact our Senior Steward or Minister for the log in details.
Shared with Belle Vue, Greenfields and Bomere Heath-
Rev. S. MacNeill Cooper
Tel:01743 260 939
Mobile- Text, Whats App, Calls 07511 223 689
The Methodist Centre
Bayston Hill Methodist Church
"I've been living in Shropshire since 2017 and before that on Iona in Scotland for a number of years. I've been in some form of paid accountable ministry since 2000 in various areas of church life and became a Methodist in 2017.
I easily identify with the spiritually curious and therefore try to offer an engaged spirituality whilst upholding those who appreciate tradition. I'm passionate about the environment, equality, interfaith dialogue, science and theology.
For me, being a Christian is being a life long student of Jesus being a Christian and embracing how to live his teachings in my life in the ordinary and extraordinary. My faith (and doubt) has carried me through some difficult challenges in life and it is my hope I can be privileged to journey with others in their joys, sorrows and spiritual journey."