Welcome to Torridge Methodist Circuit website



Welcome to the Torridge Methodist Circuit.

We are a group of 14 Chapels in North Devon.

The circuit is set in such a beautiful part of the world, small towns, rural and even touching the Atlantic coast.

In addition, we have a small Chapel, used as a heritage centre, in the picturesque village of Clovelly.

We seek to deepen our love of God through worship, service and nurturing new disciples of Jesus Christ.


As with all organisations we are seeking to explore the way ahead as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.


How good is the God we adore!

Our faithful, unchangeable friend:

his love is as great as his power

and knows neither knows measure nor end.


Tis’ Jesus is the first and the last;

whose Spirit will guide us safe home;

we'll praise him for all that is past

and trust him for all that's to come.


If you are new to the area, or just visiting, we would be pleased to welcome you to any of our services and activities, whatever your age or experience of Church.


Yours in Christ


Revd Robert Blackhall

Superintendent Minister


Thought for the month

"God loves each of us as if there were only one of us."  Augustine

Notices

Please see the Publications page for downloadable notices regarding Coronavirus

We have started online church services via Zoom. You can join us either online or by telephone, Sunday mornings at 10:30am. For details of how to participate, please email admin@torridgemethodistcircuit.org.uk

Pastoral letter from Revd. Rob Blackhall

Click here to view

Recruitment Opportunities

The Torridge Methodist Circuit is looking to build a MINISTRY TEAM to take forward the work of the circuit. We are going to start this process by appointing paid staff. We are looking first in these two categories:

Pastoral, with a special emphasis on those who are more senior in age.

Children and Families Worker - looking at building bridges with existing Parents and toddlers groups and developing new work across the area.

For further details click here