Newcastle upon Tyne
(c) Coxloge Methodist 2019-2020
The roots of Methodism in Coxlodge go back to October 1817 when the first Methodist Chapel was built with money raised locally. A replacement Chapel was built in 1874 and Methodism has had a presence and influence in the community of Coxlodge since then. The present Church at Coxlodge was officially opened in June 1964. We continue our celebrations of faith and thanksgiving and thank God for all that has been in the life of his Church and seek God’s will for his Church and people in Coxlodge in the future.
Sunday Service is at 10.45 a.m. All welcome. See information about United Services with St Hugh's Church
Third Tuesday in the month at 3.30pm; open to everyone .
Brownies and Guides:
Thursday evenings at 6.30 p.m. until 8.00 p.m. New members welcome.
Since the autumn of 2018, we have been sharing in fellowship and worship with St Hugh's Church of England, including United Services. On the first Sunday of the month, St Hugh's members worship here at Coxlodge. On the third Sunday of the month, Coxlodge joins St Hugh's for a united service.
All other Sunday Services are at Coxlodge, at 10.45 a.m.
St Hugh's Church is located at 24 Hepple Way, Newcastle upon Tyne NE3 3HS, adjacent to the Wansbeck Road shops.
From January 2019, our minister is Revd Gavin Hume, who leads our service once a month.
The Three C’s. This is a new group which meets fortnightly on Wednesday afternoons at 3.30pm. We have a mixed programme of craft, quizzes and outings. There is always coffee, tea, cake and a warm welcome. On Wednesday September 4 we have a guest speaker, Mrs Eileen Curry, who will tell us about Love Quilts. Of particular interest to those who enjoy stitching and craft. There will be a charge of £1.50 with all proceeds to Love Quilts.
Our Harvest Festival will be held on Sunday 6 October.
Diary dates and activities: