Brackley Methodist Church
Minister Revd Sara Cliff
Tel: 01280 423287
Mobile: 07974 784059
Email: revdsarapcliff@gmail.com

Regular Morning Worship at Brackley Methodist Church takes place every Sunday at 10.30am. As is traditional in Methodism, our services are led by a variety of preachers, both lay and ordained, mostly from the 3B’s Circuit, though occasionally from further afield. This means we have the chance to experience a variety of approaches to worship. We are a small but  friendly group of people and we love to welcome new people to worship with us. Wherever you are in your journey of faith, we look forward to welcoming you.



There is room, for you.
There is a space in the world, for you.
There’s a place in God’s story, for you.
This story is yours, because God is here, not there; near, not far.
Because Christmas is coming and of course, #ThereIsRoom

The Christmas story is here to remind you – there is a place for you in God’s story. Each week throughout Advent we will be using this theme as part of our Advent Liturgy. Today (4 December) is the second Sunday in Advent, and the liturgy is detailed below. To find out more about the Methodist Church There is Room Advent message click HERE.

advent 2


  • Sunday 18th December 10.30am – Carol service led by Margaret Smith and Vera Douglas.  There will be a lunch after the service.
  • Saturday 24th December 11.15pm – Christmas Eve Holy Communion led by Revd. Sara Cliff.
  • Sunday 25th December 10.00am – Christmas Day Service led by Revd. Sara Cliff.

Please join us for any or all of the above services as we celebrate the birth of our saviour, Jesus Christ.

  • For latest church notices (including details of the Circuit Plan for Dec – Feb) click HERE.
  • For this week’s reflection from Rev’d Sara Cliff click HERE.


We welcome families in both happy and sad moments for Christian services.
Baptisms: These take place in our regular morning service.
Weddings: We are delighted when people wish to get married here, and we will do everything that we can to make your day as special as possible. In getting married in church, or in having a blessing, as well as coming to the traditional place of weddings, you are also saying that you wish God to be involved in your married life together.
Funerals: It is a privilege for us to conduct Funerals or Services of Thanksgiving for people who have died.  It is a chance for people to celebrate the life of the person and share memories as well as saying goodbye.
For more information please contact our Minister.

1662318201-u0Oq76uZDISTRICT PRAYER DIARY 2022/2023

The District Prayer Diary has one page for each of the Circuits and a page for a number of other topics.

Click this link to see a copy of the 2022-2023 District Prayer Diary



A Methodist Way of Life is a way of living. It is how we try to live our lives in response to God’s love, made known to us in Jesus. To find out more about a Methodist Way Of Life click HERE or watch the video below


  • To see the latest Methodist Church Coronavirus Guidance … click here.

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