Please light a candle for the New Year and pray for peace

Paul's Letter

In his first letter of the new year, Paul says that "... welcoming people is hugely important, because each and every one of us can play a part in welcoming others and, because, as a church community, we long to be - and be seen and known to be - a welcoming, hospitable presence in the wider community of which we are part. It is the little things that matter and even the smallest of actions can be transformative."


Come and chat

As you may know, we have had to spend more than we would like to have done because of defects in the building. First was the Coffee Lounge floor, which after a couple of expensive false starts we now seem to have a solution which is working.

We are now in the middle of trying to fix leaks in the 1930's plumbing in the hall where a few exploratory holes have been drilled. Our main problem here is we don't know where the pipes run but we are in the process of trying to map out the circuit.

All this costs money which is one we have joined easyfundraising where by shopping online via a number of well known retailers, those retailers will donate a percentage of the sale to our fund at no cost to the shopper or to ourselves.

For more information and to join the scheme please go to our Fundraising web page.

Coffee and Chat Extra

Come and chat

Anyone who fancies a cup of tea or coffee, a slice of cake and a chat is welcome to come along. If you or someone you know is lonely, at a loose end, just passing the church or simply wanting a chat, you are welcome to pop in and join us - the more the merrier!

We meet from 2.30 to 4pm on Fridayson the following dates,

  • 1st March, 15th March, 29th March
  • 12th April

Big Brunch

Big Brunch

After a break for Christmas, Big Brunch is back. Please note that, due to a clash of bookings, we have had to move from the March 16th date onto April 6th. It will cost you £4 for the full English breakfast but other options are available. We look forward to seeing you there, between 10.30am and 1pm on the following dates:

  • 6th April 2019

Merton Citizens

Merton Citizens is an alliance of 17 faith, education and community institutions working together for the common good. Over the past year members have spoken to over 9,000 local people to identify the issues that we care about and deternmine what needs to change. Please download a copy of their 2018 Local Election Manifesto and their Impact report, Merton.
We are looking within our church for a Mental Health Champion for which training will be given. Could that be you? If you want to know more then please Contact Us.

Christian Care

Christian CARE is a charity working in the London Borough of Merton. They are a group of 40 volunteers from 16 different churches offering help to anyone whatever their race, colour or religion. Each year over 150 families, whose lives are in crisis, are supported. They are always in need of food, clothes and furniture, so please follow the link to their website for their latest requirements.
Several people from Martin Way volunteer for Christian Care. If you are interested please look at their Volunteers page and get in touch.

Room Hire and Availability

To see if a particular room is available for your event go to our Contact Us page where you can check before emailing your enquiry to our Booking Secretary. Alternatively, you can check by clicking Check availability.

Services for February 2019

Sunday 3rd 10:30 Rev Paul Timmis (Holy Communion)
Sunday 10th 10:30 David Eagle (Morning Worship)
Sunday 17th 10:30 Brenda Cannon (Morning Worship)
Sunday 24th 10:30 Tony Loft (Cafe Worship)
  18:30 Rev Paul Timmis (Holy Communion)

Services for March 2019

Sunday 3rd 10:30 Rev Paul Timmis (Morning Worship)
  16:00 Rev Emma Aikins (Circuit service at
Ruxley Methodist Church)
Sunday 10th 10:30 Rev Paul Timmis (Morning Worship)
Sunday 17th 10:30 Valerie Ashcroft (Morning Worship)
  18:30 Rev Paul Timmis (Holy Communion)
Sunday 24th 10:30 David Eagle (Morning Worship)
Sunday 31st 10:30 Rev Paul Timmis (Cafe Worship)

GDPR - Privacy Policy

In view of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into effect on Friday, 25 May 2018, we have updated our Privacy Policy to detail how we collect, store and handle your personal data to reassure you that your data is safe with us. Please by left-click to read or right-click to download on the following link - MWMC GDPR Data Privacy Notice

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