A neighbourhood church established 50 years ago on the Mildenhall Road housing development in Bury St Edmunds.
About 25 people meet each Sunday.
A friendly and well-supported ladies' meeting meets on Wednesday at 2:30pm.
Address of Church: Northumberland Avenue, Bury St Edmunds Suffolk, IP32 6NA
Times of Services: 10.30am Sunday
Minister: Rev Debbie Borda
Telephone No: 01284 754574
Address: 14 Well Street,
Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1EQ
Accessibility at Northumberland Avenue
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
- Large Print
Women's Fellowship - Our Programme of Events
All ladies will receive a warm welcome to our Women's Fellowship every Wednesday afternoon.
Our April/May programme as follows:-
- April 3rd - Members' Do It Ourselves;
- April 10th - Rev John Boardman;
- April 17th - NO MEETING;
- April 24th - Rev Debbie Borda.
- May 1st - Members' Do It Ourselves;
- May 8th - Mr Doug Wayman (Music);
- May 15th - Miss Sarah Henry;
- May 22nd - Rev Matthew Jolley;
- May 29th - Rev Debbie Borda.
We look forward to meeting you then.
We warmly invite you on SATURDAY 27TH JULY - 2:00pm - 4:00pm to our ...
with Cream Teas.
And to our JUMBLE SALE on Saturday 24th August, 2:00pm - 4:00pm.
Recent Events at Northumberland Avenue:-
"OPEN CHURCH" - 10:00am - 4:00pm on Saturday 11th May.
The event was well-publicised locally with 300 leaflets being distributed beforehand. Free refreshments were served all day, and there was a Photographic Exhibition from "Trudi Hudson Photography". Open Church gave people on the Mildenhall Road and Howard Estates the chance to meet our Minister, Rev Debbie Borda, to take a look inside our chapel and premises, discuss hire of our church hall, kitchen and facilities, ask about our Sunday Services & Women's Fellowship ... or simply pop in for a cuppa!
Circuit Service - 4:00pm, Sunday 17th February 2018
Our recent Circuit Service resulted in people from our sister churches coming and hearing about the valuable pastoral work undertaken by Francis Carr, Chaplain at our local Methodist Home, The Martins, as well as a little history and information about the Methodist Homes organisation. A collection was made for the work of Mission in Britain, and a Faith Tea took place afterwards.