Involvement in our Local Community
We have been blessed with our location at the heart of Bramhall village, and we don’t take that privilege lightly. We play an active part in our community – with resources such as the thrift shop and coffee shop enabling us to be a daily part of village life.
We are committed to reaching out into our community and taking the gospel beyond our church walls. By placing Jesus at the heart of our church life, we seek to encourage others to come to faith through encountering the love shown in the gospels in our actions.
Providing a safe place to explore
We provide space for people to explore the Christian faith in a ‘no obligation’ setting. Through structured courses exploring Christianity, and through space for informal conversation – such as over a drink in our Coffee Shop, or by talking to someone when our church is Open for Prayer, we encourage people to ask questions and explore the place of Jesus in their life.
|Centrepoint Coffee Shop We provide a welcoming environment serving light refreshments from 10.15-12.30 from Monday to Saturday, and light lunches from 12-1.30pm on Thursday and Friday. The Coffee Shop is a great place for all ages to unwind and relax, offering an unthreatening and friendly environment. Read more...|
|Thrift Shop The Thrift Shop first opened in 1988, and it continues to thrive today. It sells second hand goods, fair-trade goods, greetings cards, and Christian books. The money raised by the shop supports youth work within Bramhall, together with many other charities both locally and internationally. Mon-Sat 10am - 4pm.|
|Pop-In Lunch A bowl of soup, roll and salad, hot pudding… and great company, all at a very reasonable price. Tuesdays 12.00-12.30.|
|Day Centre Each Thursday, Day Centre provides a place for elderly and infirm individuals to socialise with friends and enjoy a variety of entertainment. Volunteer carers, cooks and drivers support this ministry.|
|Communicare Communicare provide transport for local elderly or infirm persons or those in hardship or distress in Bramhall & Woodford. Read more...|
|Christian Viewpoint Meeting bimonthly, usually at the Deanwater Hotel, around 60 to 80 women (and sometimes men) share a meal and through events and testimonies, share God’s message. There are a number of regular attendees from BMC, and more are always welcome.|
|The Mill The Mill is an ecumenical youth project with premises opposite our Church. It runs a variety of activities for young people within our community, including offering practical support, a safe social setting, and an opportunity to share the gospel. The Mill works closely with local schools and other community groups. Read more...|