WELCOME to Hasbury Methodist Church

We are a friendly church with the love of Jesus at the centre of all our activities

please be aware that, as a result of government guidelines,
and because we have the well-being of our community and our congregation at the heart of all that we do,
most of our activities have been suspended for the forseeable future.
Check each page for details.
We'll keep up-dating as things change, but in the meantime, stay safe
 - and contact us if you have any special concerns, needs or prayer requests.

Just to help you to navigate the site at the moment,
the pages we're using most appear in BLOCK CAPITALS on the menu.
to find information about arrangements for funerals open the MEMORY page,   
select the number on the RIGHT and open up the page that you want to see.

Items will only appear with the permission of the families involved.

In line with government guidelines our church building is currently closed
but CHURCH is still happening in a variety of  ways.
Do check our Family news page for up-to-date information and access to weekly on-line services
and monthly Messy Church for families .
Be assured, that as soon as we can, WE WILL BE BACK!
In the meantime we'd love to share with you a painting done by one of our members during Lockdown

Know that we are STILL SAFE in HIS HANDS

maggies lockdown picture


28.07.2020

LATEST NEWS ABOUT RE-OPENING OF THE CHURCH PREMISES...

Hasbury Church Council met last week via Zoom to discuss the possibility of reopening the church. 

A checklist for reopening, a very detailed risk assessment and also a survey of members’ opinions were looked at. 

After a lot of discussion, it was felt that the onus of responsibility on stewards and those who greet members would be too great; 

and that the risk to preachers and those attending who are over 70 and/or vulnerable would be too high

It was therefore agreed that the church would remain closed to worship and all other groups. 

The council will reconsider this at the beginning of September. 

Our sister churches in Blackheath have also come to this decision.

(Brenda Yau – Secretary to Church Council)