Small village church on outskirts of village of Stanningfield. Very welcoming and caring community knitted together by prayer for each other. Members who have moved into the town continue to support us and are always interested in the welfare of friends at church.
Bradfield Methodist Church works hard raising money for charity and maintains good relations with our Church of England friends in Stanningfield. Our Harvest Festival gifts are given to their Food Bank project. We share services at Christmas, and last year Rev Jeremy Parsons, local Anglican vicar, preached at our Harvest Festival in the evening.
Our premises are used by the Stanningfield Ladies' Club for their fortnightly meetings.
News of the Ups ... and the Downs ... at Bradfield Methodist Church can be found in the "Herald", the newsletter for St John's Methodist Church, Sudbury.
Address of Church:
The Methodist Church, Chapel Road, Stanningfield, IP30 0LL
Times of Services: 11:00am
Name of Minister:
Our new Minister, Rev Ruth Ridge, will be starting in September. Until then, if you have any enquiries, please contact Circuit Office (Tel: 01284 731082) or our Superintendent Minister Rev Debbie Borda (Tel: 01284 754574).
Accessibility at Bradfield
The Methodist Church wishes to be an environment where all feel welcome and cared for. In order to allow for widest possible access, this church has the following facilities available:
- Wheelchair Accessible Access
- Accessible Toilet
Bradfield celebrated its Chapel Anniversary on Sunday 19th May with visiting preachers, when we welcomed Mr Michael Topple from Colchester and Rev Peter Goodhall from the Haverhill Methodist Church. It was an inspiring day with excellent preaching morning and evening.
Our Minister, Rev John Boardman brought a project to us in Summer 2018. We invited the residents in the village to Afternoon Tea (RSVP) on Saturday 25th August between 3:00pm - 5:00pm. This event was supported by the wider Circuit, with members of TOCT, Trinity Occasional Catering Team from Trinity in Bury doing the catering. It was a good opportunity to get to meet our neighbours and for them to see inside our chapel.