Links

Methodist links

Ecumenical links

Causes that we support as a church

Organisations supported by individual church members

Methodist links

Bath  NES Methodist CircuitNorth East Somerset & Bath Methodist Circuit

Nexus is part of The North East Somerset and Bath Methodist Circuit which was launched on Sunday 31st August 2008. The circuit was created by combining most of the former Midsomer Norton circuit, with the Bath circuit, and the Methodist Church in Keynsham.
www.nesb-methodists.org.uk

orbThe Bristol District of the Methodist Church

Our Circuit is in turn part of The Bristol District, made up of 10 circuits in 5 county areas Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire,  Bristol and the edge of Oxfordshire.
www.bristolmethodist.org.uk

orbThe Methodist Church of Great Britain

As Methodists, as well as belonging to our local churches, we are part of a larger connected community, the British Methodist Connexion.
www.methodist.org.uk

Methodist Homes provides housing and care homes for older people. We have strong links with Walcot Court, which provides housing with care and is situated behind the church at Walcot. Several of the residents are valued members of our congregation. Nexus also has links with Stratton House, a MHA Care Home on the other side of the city.
www.mha.org.uk

Southdown Church and Community Partnership supports people and community in the Southdown, Whiteway and Twerton areas of Bath through a caring Christian presence.
www.southdown-methodist-church-centre.co.uk

All we Can (previously MRDF - The Methodist Relief and Development Fund) helps people in some of the world’s poorest communities to become all that they can, by investing in partnerships that improve quality of life and create positive, long-term change for individuals, families and nations..
www.allwecan.org.uk

The New Room in Bristol is the oldest Methodist Chapel in the world (originally built in 1739) and the cradle of the early Methodist movement. There are regular services and events.

The Pen and Camera Club of Methodism was founded in 1904 as a cultural activity of the Wesley Guild. It now has about 120 members who circulate their photographs, paintings and drawings by post or digitally and also get together for an AGM weekend each year.

Ecumenical links

Bath Churches Together and Bath Christian Action Network unites Christians in Bath from many different traditions who seek to strengthen their fellowship with one another, and their common mission of service and witness.

The Ammerdown Retreat & Conference Centre near Radstock  is run as an open Christian community dedicated to hospitality, spirituality and growth. It runs a varied programme including painting, literature, quiet days, silent retreats, spiritual journey and inter-faith relations.

Causes that we support as a church

The Genesis Trust helps the homeless and others in need in Bath. Nexus Walcot is the home of the Sunday Centre, providing a low-cost cooked lunch.

Christian Aid Nexus members take part in the house-to-house collections and hold a 'hunger lunch' in the annual Christian Aid Week in May.

Action for Children The Methodist Church has been working in partnership with Action for Children (formerly known as The National Children's Home) for 140 years, providing support for vulnerable and disadvantaged children. Offerings from our Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services are in aid of this charity.

Embrace ME Embrace the Middle East is a non-governmental, inter-denominational charity supporting Christian-led humanitarian projects in the Middle East. We regularly send packages of used stamps in order to support the provision of eye care in Jerusalem and Palestine.

Organisations supported by individual church members

As well as our church-based groups and events, many of our members serve the community as part of local and national organisations.

Bath Child Contact Centre

Girlguiding

Headway

Julian House

Unchosen