Called to serve God by increasing awareness of His presence and declaring His love

mwib-logoMethodist Women in Britain

Bringing women together to know Christ and to make him known. Encouraging, equipping and enabling women to serve God in the church, the Community and the world. Connecting women in Britain with women world-wide.

We have two Network (MWiB) Groups in the Church.

Afternoon Network meets in the schoolroom at 2.30pm on Tuesday afternoons, fortnightly, from September to May, with a varied programme of Speakers and fellowship afternoons. During these sessions we have different topics to think about and enjoy and, as expected, each meeting ends with a cup of tea!! Members are encouraged to take part. Two or three times during the year we meet with the Mothers Union.


Thursday Morning Group

This group meets monthly in members’ homes beginning at 10.30am and for those who wish, there is a time from 10am for coffee and a chat! The hostess is responsible for the content of the morning.

For more Details please see church notice boards or weekly notices.


Hello Ladies,

 The Co-ordinating group hope you and your loved ones are keeping safe and well.
Please find attached below the pdf for the new MWiB newsletter .
Please feel free to print it and pass it on to other MWiB members , your friends or others within in your Church or fellowship groups .
We give special thanks to Gwen Morrison who has put the newsletter together . We hope you enjoy reading it and look forward to receiving your feedback .
The newsletter contains the details of how to watch the You Tube Advent Service prepared by the ladies of the Barnard Castle and Teesdale Circuit .For ease of reference I have highlighted the link below . Thank you to Josie and team for doing  this for us .

You can watch this service on You Tube by following this link . 

You can view the Advent booklet accompanying the service here – View 
Happy Christmas and all good wishes for 2021

DISTRICT PROJECT 2019/2020 – COCO Coco believes that all children, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or economic circumstances should have the opportunity to receive an education. The hope is that District MWiB will raise £7,000 to build a classroom in Mbita, Kenya. If you want to find out more about this amazing charity you can visit the website: