If you would like to support us in any way with our work in the
community of Pelsall then please don't hesitate to contact us.
and clicking through to your favourite online shopping
there. You pay the same amount as usual for your online purchases, but
the Church receives a donation towards its running costs. Something for
Our Lord is here,
In our hour of need,
Christ cares for us all,
He loves us clearly,
Alex, September 2007
Why not experience a Christian Guild Holiday? Family fun weeks, one of the themed holidays on offer, are great opportunities to enjoy a range of activities in beautiful surroundings. If you want to enjoy a holiday with a difference and almost certainly make new friends then why not click the link below for further details.
Many people are now aware of what fair trade means and how easy it is to buy fairly traded high quality goods, not just from the selection we regularly display at our church, but increasingly from their local supermarket too. If you want to learn more about Fairtrade then a good place to start is the web site of the Fairtrade Foundation. Here you can also view the Fairtrade label that distinguishes fairly traded goods.
When Pelsall Methodist Church buys goods such as coffee, tea and sugar, it aims, where possible, to source products that carry the Fairtrade logo. We encourage all groups that use the premises to actively consider using fairly traded products and to contact us if they require further information.
John Wesley preached at Fishley Church in Fishley Lane in Pelsall in 1743 to try to stem the riots against Methodists. A plaque commemorates the place where the church once stood near the public footpath opposite the Golf Driving Range.
Pelsall History Centre is the place to go if you want to find out more about the long history of this village. Pelsall is a rural village on the edge of Walsall. However, during the Industrial Revolution, the village played its part in the mining and iron working Black Country scene. This is difficult to believe when you see the village today as most evidence of this period has now gone although the canals remain.
The centre is next to the village parish church and is open at the following times:
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Have you tried Christian radio yet? If you have digital television or radio you may be able to receive one or more Christian channels. There are also many more radio channels on the web.
If anybody has got any empty shoeboxes, don't put them in the bin, but take them to the Charity Shop in Mayou Court. International Aid have a band of ladies who cover them and fill them to send to children all year round, not just at Christmas. Many thanks.