Minister Rev John Rowe

Thank you for visiting our website. People have been worshipping in the church in Streetly since 1905. Now, as then, we are linked by a common desire to know and serve Jesus Christ. If you want to know more about us you are warmly encouraged to come to one of our Sunday Services. We welcome people who are seeking God as well as those who wish to grow in their faith.


Letter from the Manse

Church Project

PRAYER TIME There is to be an opportunity for us to pray together, to hold the ministry and life of Streetly Church before God, particularly at this important time in the life of this Church. This will be on Monday mornings at 9.30am for half an hour.

Please look at the notice boards in the corridor and guildhall, see what other people think and add your views. These will inform our discussions about the church's mission.


Sunday 13th September.Chloe gets christened and Dave becomes a member of the Church. We would love it if as many of our church family as possible could be there to celebrate these events with us. The service will be at 10:30 and there will be a faith lunch afterwards. If you are able to let Kirsten or Dave know if you are intending to be at church and/or lunch that day, it would really help us to make plans re seating, tables etc. However please don't worry if you are not able to say in advance.


Would you like to be part of a team taking stories from the bible into your local school? As Churches Together in Streetly we would like to form a group to do just that! If you would like to be involved an initial team meeting will take place on Sept 1st at 7.30pm at Streetly Methodist Church. Followed by a day's training event on Saturday Sept 26th. For more information please speak to John or Liz

Alpha Course

The three churches of Blackwood, Four Oaks & Streetly are running an Alpha course on Sunday evenings from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm at Four Oaks Methodist Church. It is open to anyone interested in discovering, or rediscovering, what Christianity is about, in a relaxed and informal setting.

The sessions will be held on (generally fortnightly) Sunday evenings from 6.00pm to 7.45pm, including tea, beginning on Sunday September 20th . For more details contact: Deacon Liz Rowe.