Welcome to AEMC

Loving God, Loving Others

We seek to make our worship stimulating, challenging and relevant to the needs of our congregations. We offer space for all ages to meet and explore faith in different ways. We demonstrate our faith through social action and share fellowship in house groups, in prayer and in regular social events.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our many services and events.


Minister's Letter For September 2018

by Judy Povey  |  Posted at 11:45am on 14th September 2018
Dear Friends,

The year turns, and the new Church Year is upon us.
We see colour changes as autumn overtakes the bright, and parched, hues of summer, and we sense ‘change’ and brace ourselves for what lies ahead.

Since most of us haven’t touched base, together, for several weeks, in that strange...

by Rev Sue Swires  |  Posted at 12:13pm on 13th July 2018
Dear Friends,

For those of you convinced that ‘the old ones are the best’:

A journalist was sent to Jerusalem to write an ‘on the spot’ newsworthy item. He found lodgings overlooking the Wailing Wall. He noticed an old Jew praying determinedly for hours each day.
Sensing a story, he went across to...

Strawberry Teas In Aid Of Action For Children

by Judy Povey  |  Posted at 21:19pm on 8th June 2018
Our fundraising for others still continues despite our own internal Project, and Saturday, 9th June, is one of those important dates in our church calendar. It is the date of our event in aid of Action for Children, always a much looked forward...
Prayer for the day
For our own project to restore the visuals and modernise our sound system, and for the amount already raised towards this aim, giving thanks for the hard work of all involved so that the visuals installation is now in place and this part of the project is completed, but remembering that the fundraising Lunch today is one of much needed events to help us reach our target.
Events & Services
Sunday 23rd September
11:00am - Morning Worship
with Bob Boler
Sunday 30th September
11:00am - Cafe Church
with Rev. Sue Swires