Glastonbury Methodist ChurchGlastonbury Methodist Church celebrates 150 years of worshipping in the present building in 2016. You are invited to join us at any of our special events throughout the year advertised on the banners/notice boards. Our congregation comprises a wide age range, it is a friendly Christian family where all are welcome to worship, share joys and burdens, and enjoy fellowship. We have a variety of forms of worship, led by our Ministers and Local Preachers, where we can meet with our Great God in the quietness or in the sounds of praise and thanksgiving. We seek His Holy Spirit together, learn more of His love for each of us through Jesus Christ, and experience His touch on our lives.
Sunday Worship is at 10.45am. The morning services are traditional; Holy Communion is celebrated about once a month and everyone who loves the Lord is welcome at our table. There is time following the morning services to enjoy coffee together. Occasionally the 10:45 service may be changed to 10:00am for a café service; this will be advertised on the notice board. An evening reflective service is held on the 1st Sunday of the month. This is a quiet meditative service with opportunities for personal prayer. Additionally JAFFA meet once or twice a month in the church rooms. This is when the children and young people are invited to join in their own active programme
Other Activities and Information The church is open for prayer from 10.30 - 11.00am Tuesdays.
Wednesday Meetings are held at the URC Hall at 2 - 3:30 pm. Transport is available. There is a weekly programme of talks & activities, trips out and meetings end with time for tea and a chat. This is open to anyone who would like to join us (or come occasionally) everyone is very welcome. "Come and See".
Friday Coffee The church is open then for you to come in, pray, be quiet and, if you wish, join us for coff ee in the hall behind. It happens approximately twice a month and the coff ee sign on the gate will indicate when open. We look forward to seeing you.
Family Film Club is held on the third Friday in each month at 7.15 pm in the Church Hall.
"Reel Issues" is held from time to time at 7 pm showing a film that deals with life issues. There is the opportunity for discussion over refreshments.
House Groups: These are held on Thursday evenings and Friday afternoons at MHA Willcox Close. Further details are available on the website, or from members.
Glastonbury Care Home Services are held at 2.30pm on 2nd Mondays.
The church publishes a weekly bulletin, the LINK, which gives details of activities and group meetings. In addition, a quarterly magazine, EASTER PEOPLE, contains in-depth articles on people and church/local activities and can be viewed on the website.
Minister: Revd Nick Lakin
Telephone: 01458 442313
Location: Lambrook Street BA6 8BY