The Chapel in Main Street was built 165 years
ago in 1854 and, following the Methodist Union in 1932,
became the chosen place for Methodist worship in the village.
Alterations were carried out in 1973 and 2000 to improve the
facilities, including access and a toilet for the less able,
to provide a fitting place for worship and community activities.
Sunday Worship is held every week at 10.00am, with Holy
Communion, open to all, being celebrated usually on the third
Sunday in every month. We have a close relationship with our
Anglican friends. We support each other at special services
and festivals. We also share a Families Worker who is
responsible for organising Messy Church which is held at the
Methodist Church on the second Tuesday of most months.
This lively event is attended by about 20 children
and their parents and is supported by members from both
An ecumenical bible study is tailored to encourage input
from everyone attending the group. A warm invitation to take
part in fellowship and study is extended.
The meetings are held every Monday at 7.30 pm in the Upper
Room of the Church.
Our minister, Revd. Martin Smithson, is resident in Bingham.
He has oversight of two other Churches within the
larger group of twelve.
These form the Grantham and Vale of Belvoir Circuit which is
under his supervision as our Superintendent Minister.
Our circuit, one of sixteen, is part of the Nottingham and
Derby District of The Methodist Church led by our Chair,
Revd. Loraine Mellor.
The stewards, on behalf of the members and congregation,
extend a very warm welcome to you to join us in any of our
activities. If you would welcome a visit to your home
or would like to know more about our Church
and our work in the community and the wider world,
do not hesitate to contact any one of us;
we would be pleased to hear from you.
We would like to invite you to join us at our Coffee morning,
usually held at 10.00 am on the first Saturday in each month.
We look forward to meeting you there.