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Plymouth Half Marathon

The Revd Simon Leigh shared the morning service on Sunday 17th April with the Revd Miranda Donne, minister at St. Andrews', Whitchurch, near Tavistock and Mr Michael Chequer from the BBC. The service was broadcast live from the Hoe before the start of the Plymouth Fun-Run. It was a cold but glorious morning and in spite of a few technical difficulties Miranda and Simon were able to share what 'running the race' meant for Christians (Hebrews 12:1) It was an enjoyable morning followed by hot coffee and bacon sandwiches.

Plymouth Methodist Central Hall are running an Alpha course on Wednesday evenings starting on 20 April:

WHAT is Alpha?

Alpha is an informative course, non-pressurised and fun.  It’s an opportunity to explore the meaning of life and to share thoughts.  The course is designed primarily for people who are interested in the Christian faith, but don’t go to church or haven’t been to church in a long time.  Even if you are familiar with church and Christian beliefs, but have unanswered questions, Alpha is a good opportunity to explore things further.

Each evening begins at 6.30 with a meal, followed by a short talk, followed by chat, finishing at 8.30.

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The amended circuit plan for January-April 2016 is available on the website - please click here to download the file as a PDF document.

The circuit plan for September-December 2015 is available on the website - please click here to download the file as a PDF document.

The circuit website has now been updated and relaunched. The website address has also changed, and is now  The old address will continue to redirect visitors for the time being, but if you have the site bookmarked please update to the new address as the old one will stop working in the autumn.  We apologise for any inconvenience during the process of rebuilding.  We hope that more information about upcoming events around the circuit will be added in the coming weeks - please bear with us as we continue to add content.  There is also now a forum on the site for churches to share news and events - each church has been allocated it own account for using the forum.  If you haven't received the login details for your church, please contact the circuit office for more information.