We have three new posts available. Learning Officer – 21 hours per week. Salary £24,000 pro rata per annum. Heritage Officer – 21 hours per week. Salary £24,000 pro rata per annum Administrator – 7.5 hours per week, worked flexibly. Salary £18,278 pro rata per annum. If you think one […]
Join us, via Zoom, for our series of 4 Lent Bible Studies. Led by former Vice President of the Methodist Conference, Jill Baker, we will be exploring the theme of Wilderness over 4 consecutive Wednesdays from 10.30am-12pm. starting on Wednesday 17th February. For a zoom invitation please email Ruth Hilton […]
For our zoom heritage talk on Saturday 27th February, a number of those involved in collating and contributing to this new book will explore various themes, including our own Research Officer, Rev Dr Tim Macquiban. For a zoom invitation, please email Ruth Hilton on email@example.com All are welcome.
Saturday 13th February at 11am via zoom, Phoebe Parkin is joining us to led this week’s heritage talk. Phoebe is the current National Youth President of the Methodist Church and we look forward to welcoming you all. For a zoom invitation, email Ruth Hilton on firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 14th February at 3pm. Join us on zoom for a contemporary act of worship using the Primitive Methodist Love Feast. Bring your own drink and snack to share during the service. Led by Rev Michael Parrott.
The third in our series for Black History Month, this session we are joined by Dr Ekebuisi, live from Nigeria. A Methodist theologian, he is sharing with us his insights into Primitive Methodist missions to Nigeria, their impact and legacy. If you would like to join us, please email Ruth […]
Virtual Heritage service led by our Research Director, Rev Dr Tim Macquiban on the theme: ‘Catching the coat-tails’. If you would like to join us, email our Project Director Ruth Hilton and she will send you a Zoom invitation. All are welcome. Email: email@example.com
Like many museums and churches, we are keen to connect with friends and visitors using the virtual means available to us. We are delighted to announce that, using Zoom, we are planning to deliver our planned programme of events over the coming weeks and months, starting this Saturday 2nd May […]
In line with the latest guidelines issued by the government, the NHS and the Methodist Church, and with a heavy heart, we have cancelled all heritage talks, services, nor to open the Museum and Chapel for the new season in April until further notice. The office is also closed, with […]
Our new programme is now available and includes a range of interesting talks and some creative special events! Keep checking the website or follow us on Facebook for the latest news! We look forward to welcoming you.