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We are located just outside Sheffield in a picturesque valley.  It is a peaceful place, well suited to exploring the wonders of God's creation.  A small congregation with a mix of ages,  we are evangelical in a traditional way, but are open to change and God's leading.  At the present time we are seeking guidance about different ways of presenting the gospel for the 21st century (and beyond!).  If you feel led to contribute to these developments, please get in touch.


Church Twinning.
We have been twinned with a small church in north India, in a small place called Asoha.  More details are to be found on the "Church Twinning" page.
History of the church.
The church dates back to 1872 when a Mr J.A. Grange of Mayfield House converted part of one of his barns into a preaching house.  Worshippers grew in numbers to 68, with a Sunday school of about 100 scholars.  After Mr Grange's death, the new owners required the barn and in 1896 the present chapel opened, the cost was in the region of £550.
Many different activities have taken place over the years, some still continue.  The triptych based on the Mayfield Valley was painted for the centenary celebrations in 1996.  The original building was extended by the addition of a schoolroom at the rear, in the early 1990s.  This makes the premises more flexible for activities in addition to Sunday worship.

A prayer:
Hello God, I have never prayed and I don't know how to start so this is .........................(say your name).  Take me as I am, with all that I am.  Come into my life and help me start afresh with you.  Amen.

If you have said this prayer and would like to find a fellow friend in faith that can take the next step with you, please contact the pastors, Susannah or Jonathan (see above for email address).

Jesus Said:
"For everyone who makes himself great will be humbled; and everyone who humbles himself will be made great."
Luke Chapter 14: verse 11.  Good News version.

Flower Festival.
The 2012 flower festival took place on June 23rd and 24th.  Photographs of the event are available on the  flower festival 2012 page and on the blog.

Pictures of the 2011 flower Festival are still available on the flower festival 2011 page and on the blog.

Photographs of the displays from the 2010 flower festival are available on the flower festival 2010 page and also on the blog
(http://mayfieldwrc.blogspot.com )

Pictures of the 2009 flower festival are still available on the Flower Festival 2009  page and also on the blog.
 
 
Further details and some pictures are available on the blog.  (http://mayfieldwrc.blogspot.com)
 
 
 
Mayfield Wesleyan Reform Church,
Mayfield Road,
Fulwood,
Sheffield.
England
S10  4PR
 
Telephone (0114)  2295379. (answering service)

Visit our blog for an up to date account of events which have happened: http://mayfieldwrc.blogspot.com/
Further Activities of our pastors, Susannah and Jonathan can be found at:
 
These blogs will be updated as frequently as possible, but pressures of time may mean that they are a little behind.
 

Regular Activities.
Sunday Worship:
10-30a.m. every Sunday  (Holy Communion last Sunday in each month)
6-30p.m.  As announced

 
Bible Study/Fellowship:
1st and 3rd Tuesday in most months at 7-30p.m.  please check for details of venue.   Every Tuesday during Lent.
 
Ladies Fellowship: 3rd Wednesday of the month, (not August)
2-00p.m.
 
Mens' breakfast.
On the 2nd Monday of the month. 
9-00a.m. to 10-00a.m.   (November to March)  
8-30a.m. - 9-30a.m. (April to October)  
All men are welcome, please email mayfieldwrc@aol.com to book.


 
Coming events:
Regular events include:
Festival of Light.
Our annual Festival; of Light will be held on October 31st.  The building will be open from 5-00p.m. until 9-00p.m.  There will be games, creative activities and seasonal food.  All are welcome.

Bonfire.
Our annual bonfire and barbecue will be held on the Saturday nearest to November 5th.  Please check for precise date.  The fire will be lit at about 6-30p.m.  Please do not bring fireworks in order to avoid disturbing our neighbours' animals.  Barbecue food will be available.  Donations are invited in support of the work of our annual charity.

Christmas Fayre
Our annual Fair Trade Christmas Fayre will be held on a Saturday late in November.  It will be open from 10-30a.m. until 12-30p.m. and light refreshments will be available.  Fair Trade Foods and Gifts will be on sale.  Please check for precise date.

 

We are a member of the Wesleyan Reform Union.  Information about the Union along with the officers and other churches can be obtained at www.thewru.com.    We are also members of Sheffield Christian Education Council.  Further details can be found at http://www.montgomerytheatre.org.uk/
The pastors are Jonathan and Susannah Youdan, they can be contacted at Jyoudan06@aol.com or Syoudan6@aol.com.  
The Chapel telephone number is: 0114 2295379.
 
Are you in need of prayer?
If you would like us to pray for you, please email one of the pastors and tell us who you are and what you would like us to pray for.  Feel free to give as much or as little detail as you choose.  Please also say whether you would like to be included in the prayers in chapel on Sunday.