Advent & Christmas 2021

Advent and Christmas 2021 at BRMC 

Advent Study Group

Carols around the tree

Friday 17th December, 11:30am – 12 noon, followed by refreshments & mince pies

Christmas Concert

Saturday 18th December at 2pm with Organist Micahel Wooldridge.
Tickets £5 to include High Tea from Martin Laver or Tony Poland.


Sunday 5th December – 10:30am
Morning Worship led by Phil Cotton

Sunday 12th December – 10:30am
United Service with New Day Church & Rev Dan

Sunday 19th December – 10:30am
Church Community Carols

Christmas Eve – 11:15pm
United Christmas Eve Communion – More details to follow

Christmas Day – 10am
Christmas Morning Worship with Rev Dan
Including Communion

Sunday 26th December – Boxing Day
No Service at BRMC.
United Service at Westergate Methodist Church – 10:30am

Advent Study Group

‘Little Town, Big Story’ is a  4 week study using the verses of the Carol ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’ to help us journey through advent.

Fridays in the John Wesley Room

Meeting Dates 26th Nov; 3rd, 10th & 17th Dec

All Welcome

More information from Rev Dan Balsdon
01243 823895 |



In Remembrance and Hope: 24/10/21

In Remembrance and Hope: 24/10/21

A service to remember loved ones lost and seek God’s peace and hope for our lives.

Within our service we will be mindful of the way the pandemic has for many added a layer of complexity to funeral arrangements and our grieving. We will also include an act of remembrance, lighting a candle for those people we have come to remember before God.

If you are unable to attend, but would like your loved one to be include as we light candles in our act of remembrance, please contact Rev Dan me with the name(s) you would like remembered. | 01243 823895


Harvest 2021 @ BRMC

Harvest 2021 @ BRMC

Morning Worship at 10:30am led by Rev Tony Brazier
Including favourite harvest hymns and scripture. 

Support Harvest 2021
We’ve 4 ways you might support Harvest this year…
1. Come dressed in your brightest clothes
2. bring floral plants or a bunch of flowers. These will be distributed to our BRMC members who are homebound after our worship. 
3. Bring donations for Bognor Foodbank. Click here to see what they currently need.  
4. Give a monetary donation to Water Aid

Harvest Lunch
Enjoy fellowship at our bring your own harvest Lunch.
Please bring a picnic lunch to eat together after worship. Drinks will be provided.  

Purpose Fulfilled: Foodbank

Purpose Fulfilled: Bognor Foodbank returns to Argyle Hall

The pictures below show a before and a, now empty, after in BMRC hall. In June, Bognor Foodbank moved back to their centre on Argyle Road and so what has been a bustling, bag filled hall now looks very empty.

After a time of generous hospitality to Bognor Foodbank (which has ended up for much longer that any of us imagined) BRMC declare purpose fulfilled, celebrating all that has been achieved, fruitful and completed.  

“The hospitality the people of BRMC have offered to Bognor Foodbank is evidence of their commitment to living faithfully as Christian people, a faith which challenges us to live lives of ever increasing love for our fellow human beings. Jesus calls us to live in community with one another and work with others to share God’s love, which includes care for the marginalised and those in need.

Through our partnering with Bognor Foodbank and the many agencies they work with, we have played a small part in demonstrating that Christians care about our community and the lives of those who live in it.”

Rev Dan Balsdon, minister at BRMC

Bognor Foodbank have written to BRMC to express thanks to all at BRMC. Read the full letter by clicking this link : Thank you BRMC. 

“Having the Church Hall space has been an incredible blessing, and has ensured the continued distribution of food parcels to so many people in our community who have been in crisis during the pandemic. Thank you for responding so immediately and continually to the need. We are so grateful for offering the space, and how flexible you continued to be as we all navigated the various twists, turns and delays experienced as the government have looked to ease or amend restrictions.”

Hannah, Bognor Foodbank Project Manager 

While operating from the hall at BRMC, Bognor Foodbank have distributed food to 4976 people in our community, including 1803 children under 16. We continue to encourage all in church and community to support the work of Bognor Foodbank who seek to both offer emergency food parcels and support people out of crisis, and as part of the Trussell Trust network lobby local and national government on issues of poverty and injustice in our society. 

Find out more and support the ongoing work of Bognor Foodbank:
Bognor Regis Foodbank | Helping Local People in Crisis
The Trussell Trust – Stop UK Hunger