Welcome!

Our superintendent, Rev'd Graham Ransom

Most of our churches have now resumed congregational worship - see individual pages under "Our Churches" for details.  (As Ambleside Parish Centre is not yet available for our use, click the link for the latest information.)

Social distancing will be in place at all services and people will be expected to wear masks.  For more details about arrangements, see individual church pages.  Click for the current preaching plan.

Meanwhile, we continue the ways of sharing in worship used last year;  many useful links can be found on the "Thoughts for Sunday" page, which is being updated frequently.

This page will be updated as the situation changes.  If you come here often - which is great - click Refresh in your browser or press the F5 key to ensure you see all the updates.

Ulverston Methodist Church is now streaming its 10:30 am service live from the church.  To view the latest live stream, click here.  For recordings of earlier services, see the Ulverston page.

Grange Methodist Church is now streaming its 10:30 am service from the Church on YouTube.  You can see the latest streamed service from Grange here. The live video stream will  start at about 10:15 on Sunday.  To find recorded videos of past services, go to the Grange page.

Rev. Graham Ransom is producing a weekly newsletter to everyone in the Circuit - view or download the letter here.  Keep an eye on the "News" menu for other recent items.

The Circuit has a Facebook page:

Click here to open the page in its own window.

Our own Deacon Maggie Patchett works as Chaplain to the Tourism Industry.  She recently gave a radio interview which was aired on several regional radio stations, including Radio Cumbria - more details here.

Churches Together in Cumbria has produced a sheet of helpful local information to support the vulnerable and isolated, and those caring for them.  Click here to view or download it

For a message from Rev. Richard Teal, President of Conference, click here.

The official advice offered by the Methodist Church nationally can be found here.

Meanwhile, please focus on avoiding infection and providing support and encouragement to one another by phone or digital means.  Prayer for one another is a great unifying force.  Some will feel able to offer practical help too - you are advised to contact a minister in this case.