• Serving Christ in our part of the Black Country

    The Black Country Circuit is a family of seventeen Methodist churches in Tipton, Wednesbury and West Bromwich. The seventeen 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)


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  • Worship within our Circuit

    21) Sunday 28th May
    7 of Easter. Readings: Acts 1:6-14; 1 Peter 4:12-14, 5:6-11; John 17:1-11

    22) Sunday 4th June
    Trinity. Lectionary Readings: Acts 2:1-21; 1 Corinthians 12:3b-13; John 20:19-23

    26) Sunday 2nd July
    13th in Ordinary. Lectionary Readings: Genesis 22:1-14; Romans 6:12-23; Matthew 10:40-42

    27) Sunday 9th July
    14th in Ordinary. Lectionary Readings: Genesis 24:34-38, 42-49, 58-67; Romans 7:15-25a; Matthew 11:16-19; 25-30

    28) Sunday 16th July
    15th in Ordinary. Lectionary Readings: Genesis 25:19-34; Romans 8:1-11; Matthew 13:1-9; 18-23


  • Latest News from the Methodist Church

    The Methodist Church in Britain | Latest News

    New Assistant Secretary of the Methodist Conference appointed
    Following the recommendation from the Methodist Council, and today’s approval from the Methodist Conference, meeting in Birmingham from June 22-29, the Revd Dr Jonathan R Hustler has been appointed as the Assistant Secretary of the Conference, taking office for a period of six years from 1 September 2017.

    Interdependent and Diverse - The Gift of Connexionalism
    The Methodist Conference reaffirmed the importance of being an “interdependent” and “diverse” Church today, as it met in Birmingham for its annual gathering.

    New Vice-President reflects on the importance of laughter and lament in Church life
    In her inaugural address made earlier today, Jill Baker, the newly elected Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, reflected on the need for both laughter and lament in the Church's life.

    "Let's change the culture" says new Methodist President in Inaugural Address
    In her inaugural address made earlier today, the Revd Loraine N Mellor, the newly elected President of the Methodist Conference, asked: “How are we disturbing the present in the Church today?” as she shared her concerns with the current state of the Church and her vision for taking radical risks to change its culture.

    Statement and Prayer following the Finsbury Park Attack
    From the President of the Methodist Conference, the Revd Dr Roger Walton, and Vice-President Rachel Lampard