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50th anniversary of the current church building - special events October 2017 to October 2018 - see events here!

Church History

Hello, and welcome to Catshill Methodist Church's website.

Here you will find some basic facts about us, our church, our worship, our Minister and our facilities (select the extra navigation left to obtain further information)

We are a worshipping community of about 80 members and adherents - although our average congregation on a Sunday morning is about 45. We have single people, partners and married couples plus some families with younger children in the congregation. Our worship style is varied, depending on the type of service being held, with an all age service and a Holy Communion at least once a month.




October 2018 will be the 50th anniversary of the opening of the current building. To that end we will be holding a series of events between October 2017 and the actual anniversary - details of which can be found here.

View a PDF of the Crib Festival here.

The Coffee Morning for Children in Need held in November raised £230. Thanks to eveyone who contributed. For a photo click here.

We're supporting Troopaid (www.troopaid.info). The local contact is Pamela Eves pam.alfred@yahoo.com or 0121 445 2338 who also offers talks on their work.

Coffee@CMCC - our morning coffee shop is open every Friday & Saturday 10am - noon. It is a non profit making part of the church outreach and does not price it's drinks just suggests a £1 donation for a drink and biscuit. Coffee @ CMCC has now raised over £4,000 for charities - click here for details

Our Circuit
Our purpose and values

Safeguarding Statement

(Opens as a PDF. If you wish to see the full policy please contact the Minister or Safeguarding Co-ordinator)

We also want to support the  Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) which has been set up to specifically look at failings by institutions. For more info click here (opens as PDF)