Oldham and Saddleworth
has 10 churches,
To go to each
church's page please click on its name in the left hand menu.
The Salt Cellar
is also part of the work of the Circuit as is a
Church of England /Methodist Foundation Primary School, Hey with Zion in Lees.
Oldham and Saddleworth Circuit is also now in partnership with the
Shaw and Royton Circuit
Plan is suspended until further notice
Government direction all the churches of the
Oldham & Saddleworth Circuit are currently closed for public worship.
Consequently the plan of worship is suspended.
During this period
of lockdown some Oldham and Saddleworth Circuit Churches
are offering online worship services as follows:
East Oldham/Limeside/South Chadderton here
Hollins/Honeywell Lane/Zion on Facebook here
or YouTube here
morning worship at 10:30am and
Morning prayer on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am
the Shaw and
Royton Circuit also offers weekly online worship here
To read the most recent Government Covid-19 Statement please click here
for Children have thanked the Methodist Church for its on-going
support with this
video featuring the Chief Executive and the trustee and
Methodist Minister Mike Long.
Click the poster for full details
Help with Food and Welfare
Advice in Oldham during the Covid-19 Crisis
the period of self isolation is continuing the central
Oldham Foodbank has informed us that from now on food will only be
delivered to clients rather than collected from the local hubs.
other food banks are
therefore closed and will not be open to either distribute or take in
food donations until the self isolation period has ended.
main hub now operates out of Oldham Sports Centre
at the top of Manchester Road.
Clients requiring food now need to contact the main hub number
the Job Centre or Citizens Advice for help
Coronavirus Assessment Hub
The Integrated Care
Centre, on New Radcliffe Street, will now care 24/7 for patients with
potential Coronavirus symptoms
(it is now closed as a walk-in centre).
The centre will provide advice over the phone, video calls and
face-to-face consultations or GP home visits when appropriate.
The service is only for
people who have Coronavirus symptoms and are unwell,
but do not need emergency care.
Access to the service is via your GP or after contacting NHS 111.
When contacting 111 go online first to https://111.nhs.uk/
GP practices are open and can be contacted over the phone or online.
A new digital Mental Health
service and support has been launched across Greater Manchester which includes
SHOUT a confidential 24/7 text service that offers advice on a range
of issues. Text
GMOldham to 85258
for general Circuit enquiries please
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
for items for the website etc