Partner Organisation Links
Quinton Methodist Church has enduring relationships with many charities and organisations. Below you will find brief details and links to these and Methodist Central and our local Circuit.
While Methodists belong to local churches, they are part of a larger connected community called the Connexion. This provides the promise of mutual support which is a major strength of Methodism.
Learn about the calling of the Methodist Church in the UK, its work, campaigns, structure and history here.
Quinton Methodist Church is part of the Birmingham West & Oldbury Circuit which is made up of thirteen Methodist churches and is led by the Superintendent Minister, Rev Mucharutya Chisvo. The Circuit forms part of the Birmingham District which also embraces much of Warwickshire and Worcestershire and a large part of Herefordshire in addition to much of the West Midlands.
More information about the Circuit and its churches can be found here.
Action for Children (formerly, NCH - National Children’s Homes) is the children’s charity of the Methodist Church. It was founded in 1869 by Methodist minister Revd Thomas Bowman Stephenson in response to the poverty and danger faced by vulnerable and destitute children and young people living rough on the streets of London.
Action for Children is today a leading children’s charity running over 500 projects and working with more children and young people affected by poverty, disability and abuse than any other UK charity. Quinton Methodist Church supports its work through Action for Children Sunday and ‘League of Light’ home collection boxes.
More information about Action for Children can be found here.
For more than 70 years Christian Aid has provided humanitarian relief and long-term development support for poor communities worldwide, while highlighting suffering, tackling injustice and championing rights.
Quinton Methodist Church supports Christian Aid Week through a fund-raising lunch and other activities.
Find out more about about the work of Christian Aid here.
MHA (formerly known as Methodist Homes for the Aged) was founded in 1943 by Rev Walter Hall and the Methodist Church as an independent charity to provide care, support and accommodation for older people in need.
Today MHA provides care, accommodation and support services in the UK for over 18,000 people aged 75 and over with the aim of eliminating isolation and loneliness by connecting them in communities that care.
Quinton Methodist Church takes part in MHA Sundays and aslo supports MHA through contributions by Church members who take part in the Birthday Scheme.
More information about the work of MHA can be found here.
The local branch of the international Youth for Christ movement that exists to enrich, empower and equip young people in partnership with the local community.
Activities and personal development for boys from age four to eighteen years.
Find out more about 59th Birmingham Boys’ Brigade based at Quinton Methodist Church here.
More information about the Boys' Brigade UK & Ireland can be found here.
Activities and personal development for girls from age four to eighteen years.
Find out more about 40th Birmingham Girls’ Brigade based at Quinton Methodist Church here.
More information about the Girls' Brigade England & Wales can be found here.