Christchurch Methodist Church

Springfield Road, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN40 2BX

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Ninfield Methodist Church, East Sussex

Ninfield Methodist Church, Church Lane,
Ninfield, Battle, East Sussex TN33 9JN.

The church building was erected during 1870 and 1871 as a Christian Mission and dedicated by William Booth in 1871. William Booth is better known as General Booth of the Salvation Army, which he later founded. His wife, Catherine, laid the foundation stone on Thursday, July 6th, 1871.

The church became a United Methodist Chapel in 1907 and on the occasion of the Methodist Union in 1932 three branches of the Methodist Church, the Wesleyan, the Primitive and the United joined to become one church denomination.

In 1958 the Church was extensively renovated. In 1979 a hall and kitchen were added and this was fully modernised in 2013. The hall is now a popular venue for many church and village activities.

Ninfield News - February 2020

We thank everyone who helped, in so many ways, to enable us to celebrate Christmas 2019 in an amazing and joyful way. Each Christmas service brought around forty people to our Church. Our Christmas Eve collection of £130 was given to the Snowflake Night Shelter charity in Hastings.

We were pleased to be able to send 28 filled shoeboxes to people in Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania & Serbia in December. Simon Rooksby from Computers for Charities in Hailsham organised this delivery and drove the van. Thanks to Simon for his amazing act of love and faith.

We then enjoyed our Annual Covenant Service, with St. Mary’s & St. Oswald’s on January 12th. This was a lovely shared occasion, and a Methodist tradition. Altogether we renewed our promise to serve God. It was really good to have Rev Paul Frostick and Rev Tricia Williams leading the service.

Our regular events are now up and running and the hall continues to be used by many local groups. Thanks to Brian Wickens who painted and decorated the Hall over the Christmas holiday so that it all looks fresh and clean.

Messy Church in February will celebrate the theme of ‘Breaking Bread’ as a memory of the life of Jesus.

Paul Burson

Ninfield Sunday Services in February 2020


10:30 am

Café Worship with breakfast


10:30 am

Service of Worship and Communion with Rev Cynthia Park


10:30 am

Service of Worship and Praise with Edward Collins


10:30 am

Service of Worship and Praise



10:30 am

Café Worship with breakfast

Ninfield Events for February 2020

7th 10.00-12.00 Book Exchange Café

12th 2.30 pm Christian Women’s Fellowship

26th 3.30-5.30 pm Messy Church ‘Breaking Bread’


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