Mobberley Methodist Church - A Church Without Walls
Here at Mobberley Methodist our dream is now becoming a reality.
Less than two years ago this little church had a worshipping congregation of just 12 people, with a lot of prayer and determination we embarked on a path to grow. Was it an impossible dream? …. Undeterred we decided to try something different.
Our vision was for our little church to be at the heart of this community and open its doors for groups to meet thus growing the church and its family. Today we have 60 members with many of our dreams now becoming a reality.
Mobberley Methodist Church aims to be a really vibrant place for worship where everyone can find ministries that engage and inspire them. As a church we, proclaim the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, we seek to do this in a very relevant and down to earth way.
In normal times we have a dynamic modern family service at 9:15am with a Sunday school and contemporary worship and a more traditional Hymn Service at 10.45am. We already have some incredible ministries including Shell group for children, Crew youth ministries, Amazing Women and a men’s Joshua Men’s breakfast.
At our recent church council we felt that the Covid Crisis has opened up a door to online ministry. This crisis has changed our world there is a strong indication that people are praying more and looking for a place to ask questions and explore their Christian faith more than ever before.
Since the Lockdown, we have added an online Zoom service at 10 am. Details are available on our website and Facebook Page.
Mobberley Methodist in the village And Mobberley Methodist Church without Walls.
Our church is a real family and we welcome others to join us, in helping this vision. We are actively planning a project that if successful will redevelop our worship space into a Community centre and Community cafe, so that it can really be at the heart of our village.
Rev Scott Manning
From his childhood home in South Africa Rev Scott responded to the calling to minister in the UK in 2016.
He brought his family, wife Jenny and three teenagers and Sunshine his parrot, to Mobberley.
Rev Scott has a deep love for building churches especially through his gift of teaching. He believes in people and enjoys interacting and making new friends.
In his own words: “the best way to be a church is to be friends”
Rev Scott also has his own online ministry to share some of his resources; these can be found under Rev Scott Bible Coach on this website, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, where he posts regular different bible resources.
· Morning Brew - a short three to four minute daily inspiration
· The Sunday Podcast - an online sermon on varying topics
· The revelations series. - a in-depth study of the book of revelation
When Rev Scott is not doing minister stuff, he enjoys spending time with family, reading, watching cricket and rugby, walking, and most importantly drinking seriously good coffee and spending time with Sunshine.
On the 9th August 1882 the new chapel in Faulkners Lane was opened.
Mobberley Methodist Church forms part of the Alderley Edge and Knutsford Methodist Circuit which is situated in a rural North East Cheshire.
Alderley Edge is the larger church in the east of the circuit, sheltering under the edge, a natural sandstone ridge standing on the Cheshire plain. Knutsford, a thriving market town, is at the western end.
Around the two town centres, the circuit included the village chapels of Mottram St Andrew, Mobberley, Snelson and Plumley, along with the Welcome Cafe Church in Longridge, Knutsford.
Our Circuit Mission Statement
Developing Our Calling through Whole Life Discipleship
Link to the Alderley Edge & Knutsford Methodist Circuit https://www.aeandkcircuit.com/