• Serving Christ in our part of the Black Country

    The Black Country Circuit is a family of sixteen Methodist churches in Tipton, Wednesbury and West Bromwich. The sixteen includes one congregation that is a Methodist and Church of England Ecumenical Partnership.


    Circuit Office: 
    Central Methodist Church,
    Spring Head,
    WS10 9AD
    Tel: 0121 505 4173

    We are part of the
    Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury District: www.wsmethodist.org.uk/
    Mr Simon Williams (blackcountrycircuit@outlook.com)


  • Upcoming Events


  • Latest News from around the circuit

    Praying for the Vision of our Church
    Do you have concern for... Church? Circuit? Community? Circuit? Church? Country? Why not meet with us in the Prayer Focus Group?

    Summer Fun at New Road Methodist Church.
    New Road will be hosting a number of 'Tea-Time Church' style events throughout the summer period.

    New Venture for Park Methodist Church
    Park Methodist Church is launching a new coffee morning.

    Ordination of Rev. Partricia Mukorombindo
    The Rev. Partricia Mukorombindo will be ordained this summer as part of the Methodist Church of Great Britian Conference held in Birmingham.

    New Website Launched
    Today sees the launch of the new Black Country Methodist Circuit website.


  • Worship within our Circuit

    35) Sunday 3rd September 2017
    22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary Readings: Exodus 3:1-15; Psalm 105:1-6, 23-26, 45c; Matthew 16:21-28; Romans 12:9-21.

    36) Sunday 10th September 2017
    23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary Readings: Exodus 12:1-14; Psalm 149; Matthew 18:15-20; Romans 13:8-14.

    37) Sunday 17th September 2017
    24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary Readings: Exodus 14:19-31; Psalm 114; Matthew 18:21-35; Romans 14:1-12.

    38) Sunday 24th September 2017
    25th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Lectionary Readings: Exodus 16:2-15; Psalm 15:1-6, 37-45; Matthew 20:1-16; Philippians 1:21-30.

    39) Sunday 1st October 2017
    26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary Readings: Exodus 17:1-7; Psalm 78:1-4, 12-16; Matthew 21:23-32; Philippians 2:1-13.


  • Latest News from the Methodist Church

    The Methodist Church in Britain | Latest News

    Rohingya Refugee Crisis Appeal
    All We Can and the Methodist Church in Britain are calling for support for this urgent appeal for refugees displaced by the recent violence in Myanmar.

    Train to be named after John Wesley
    A new train on the Great Western Railway is to be named after John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church.

    President of the Methodist Conference welcomed at URC Church House
    Church House, the London offices of the United Reformed Church (URC), welcomed a special guest on 11 October for a tour of the newly-refurbished building and an informal chat about sustaining current ecumenical relationships and building new ones.

    Methodist Church congratulates ICAN on Nobel Peace Prize
    The Revd Loraine N Mellor and Jill Baker, the President and Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, have congratulated the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) on being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today.

    An update from the Methodist Ministers' Housing Society
    It is with deep sadness that the Methodist Ministers' Housing Society announces the sudden death on 29th September 2017 of the Chair of its board, Debbie Faulkner MBE, at age 55.