Pivot

Pivot is our quarterly church magazine, colourfully illustrated and packed with interesting articles. The articles below are a small sample from our magazine. If you would like to read more, please call in at our church to pick up a free copy.

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A new way of being Church? Jill Spracklen recalls the beginning of our Cafe Church

In my filing cabinet is a folder marked ‘New Initiatives’. It is now well filled and can no longer qualify for that labelling as it did in November 2010 when we shared in our first Cafe Church, one of three new initiatives started at the time (the others were Messy Church and Family Film Night), giving opportunity to experience another way of being ‘church’.      See full story...

Mary Blacker (nee Galton) and her legacy of skills

With sadness, Broadstone Methodist Church has had to say farewell to Mary Blacker who held the record for being the longest unbroken serving member having arrived in 1955. Mary passed away on 4 May 2018 after a short illness but had remained active and spoke at our Annual Church Meeting less than two weeks before she died.      See full story...

A tale of two Deacons: Deacon Sarah: called by God...helped by a team

This is about Deacon Sarah Wickett - known to many in the Poole area - often referred to as ‘a live wire’ ! Prior to her ordination in July, at her recent District Testimony Service, Sarah shared with us something of her journey and the ‘team’ of ordinary people used by God that brought her to this point in her life.      See full story...

Saying Farewell

Farewell to a Gracious Lady: On 27 December 2017, Broadstone Methodist Church lost its most elderly member who passed away, aged 97. The Loss of a True Gentleman: Brian Skelton ~ a faithful member of our Church passed away suddenly on 18 January 2018.      See full story...

Our 'Way Forward' Vision and the Poole Bay Methodist Circuit

Many of you will now be familiar with our ‘Way Forward’ vision as presented to, and agreed by, our Church Council in January. The key elements of this vision are to continue and develop our work with young people and families, to create opportunities for worship within this work, and to make our traditional Sunday morning worship more vibrant and meaningful. The next stage of this vision is, through further discussion and planning, to implement the recommendations. However, things have moved on.      See full story...

Transforming Young Kenyan Lives

The Karibuni Trust has a new name - Karibuni Children! After 22 years of wonderful achievement working with children from the poorest of the poor, this seems a much more appropriate name, and it all started with a young girl, Corinne Murphy, setting up a charity with her savings of £2.56!      See full story...