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Welcome to the Trent and Dove Methodist Circuit Website
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We are seeking to be a visionary circuit glorifying God, sharing the mission and ministry of Jesus. This circuit is called into being by the grace of God, led by Jesus Christ and is given the gifts for its work by and through the renewing power of the Holy Spirit to facilitate mission through worship, witness and service of the congregations and circuit along with ecumenical co-operation and community engagement encouraging shared ministry with all parts of the Christian family.
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Welcome to the Trent and Dove Methodist Circuit Website

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WHAT WE'RE ABOUT
Besides having a part to play in British Methodist heritage, the
churches of the Circuit today have links to local schools as well as
care homes and hospitals.  Many churches have strong ecumenical
links which include Youth for Christ, YMCA and YWCA.  Recently, links have been formed with local retailers in Burton-upon-Trent.

The Circuit seeks to be led by the Holy Spirit to take the Love of God,
embodied in the power of the Risen Christ, to all who wish to avail themselves of Jesus Christ’s redeeming Love.  Methodist preaching focuses on the eternal salvation to be found in believing that Jesus is the Son of God, as revealed in faith through his Resurrection.  Following John Wesley, the Christian message from the Circuit is that all people can find eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ.
A LITTLE ABOUT THE CIRCUIT
The Trent and Dove Circuit of the Methodist Church was formed in
September 2013 from an amalgamation of the Burton-upon-Trent
and Dove Valley Circuits.  Currently there are 16 churches in the
Circuit which are distributed fairly evenly across the Circuit, an
Area from the east side of Burton-upon-Trent, (population
about 70,000) to Uttoxeter (population about 15,000).  

The Circuit covers part of the National Forest and includes a
number of small and rural churches, two of which, Boylestone
and Church Broughton, played a major role in bringing Primitive
Methodism to Derbyshire in 1811.​
OUR VISION
We are seeking to be a visionary circuit glorifying God, sharing the mission and ministry of Jesus. This circuit is called into being by the grace of God, led by Jesus Christ and is given the gifts for its work by and through the renewing power of the Holy Spirit to facilitate mission through worship, witness and service of the congregations and circuit along with ecumenical co-operation and community engagement encouraging shared ministry with all parts of the Christian family.
Meet The Team
  1. Mike Redshaw
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    Superintendent Minister
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  2. Lew Greaves
    Phillips@mail.com
    Minister
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  3. Sue Preston
    Phillips@mail.com
    Minister
    Sue is based in Uttoxeter and is responsible for Uttoxeter, Stubwood, Barton and Woodmill Churches
  4. Stella Mills
    Phillips@mail.com
    Minister
    Stella lives in Draycott and is responsible for Boylestone, Church Broughton and Draycott churches
  5. Jimi Kaci
    Phillips@mail.com
    Minister
    Jimi is based in Hatton and is responsible for Hatton and Winshill Churches as well as spending half his time looking after Fijian Christians in the UK
  6. Susan Laws
    Phillips@mail.com
    Family Worker
    Susan works with churches and schools in the eastern part of the circuit and runs Messy Churches and other fun activities for youngsters
  7. Caroline Green
    Phillips@mail.com
    Circuit Administrator
    Caroline is based in the office in Winshill and works part time on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday from 10am to 2pm
  8. Jordan Lambert
    Phillips@mail.com
    Youth and Schools Worker
    Jordan is based in Uttoxeter and works part time in schools in the Uttoxeter area