Our Calling: Petts Wood Methodist Church aims:

To worship God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit;

To be a community of acceptance and care; 

To help people discover God’s love and lead them to commitment to Jesus Christ;

To provide opportunities for Christian learning and growth;

To respond to needs and concerns within our locality, our country and the rest of the world;

To work with other churches and/or groups in pursuit of our aims.

    “Yours, O Lord, is the greatness, the power, the glory, the victory, and the majesty. Everything in the heavens and on earth is yours, O Lord, and this is your kingdom. We adore you as the one who is over all things”. 1 Chronicles 29:11

 
About us 

Our Minister:

Rev’d Juliet Ushewokunze

Juliet was born in Zimbabwe where she lived for most of her life before moving to England. She was trained as a midwife, and lived in Zambia for a while. Later Juliet studied Social Work at the University of Zimbabwe, before working as a Social Planner. Juliet is now widowed, has five children, and 6 grandchildren.  

On coming to England Juliet worked at the Mayday Hospital, Croydon, and later the North Middlesex Hospital. She trained as a local preacher in Zimbabwe, and then for the ministry in England. Her first church was in Neasden. Her interests include flower arranging, walking, travelling, and going to the gym.

Our Local Preachers:

Alan TompkinsAlan Tompkins
Alan, who has always lived in London and N.W. Kent, has been a member of this church for over 40 years. He is married to Margaret and they have two adult children. He worked as a materials scientist dealing largely with problems in buildings. His interests include d.i.y., gardening, family history, and walking in the Kentish countryside and further afield.
  
 

Keith Miller
 
 
Keith Miller has been a member at Petts Wood Methodist Church since the year 2000 and currently leads the Wednesday House Fellowship. Keith is married with one son and became a Christian in the 1970’s. Since then he taken an active role within whichever church community he has been a part of and this has involved trying to be a good disciple of Jesus Christ in a way that people will find truthful, relevant and attractive.

Keith enjoys talking about matters of faith and belief and debating biblical truth and how it applies to contemporary society to anyone who will listen! 

 
 
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