Welcome to our church
Methodism was born in joyous song and it is that joy in Christ
which we share with friends and visitors. At the conclusion
of morning services (10:30), visitors especially are most
warmly invited to join us in our church hall (the Wesley Hall) for
tea/coffee and who knows, some biscuits. See notices for the latest notices detailing
Where are we
Our church is opposite Holy Trinity Church (http://www.stratford-upon-avon.org/). From any of the theatres in
Stratford, continue down Waterside, away from the town centre. This runs into Southern lane, at the end
of which you need to turn left. Carry on until you reach the
second entrance to Holy Trinity and the Methodist Church is
opposite this.To locate the church try using this street map or google map. Please be aware that these maps are
postcode based (CV37 6BG) and point to the general area.
Places with the same postcode include Hall's Croft and Holy Trinty
Aims of website
The aim of this website is to give a upbeat and accurate view of our church to visit and to allow regular attenders to see what is going on. Feed back on whether this is being achieved would be most welcome.
If you find the prospect of coming to church a bit daunting go to the Visitors page as a starting point
Stratford-on-Avon Interfaith Forum
Stratford Upon Avon Foodbank
Redevelopment SchemeOur scheme was approved by the Trustees for Methodist Church Purpose in February 2010 and planning permission have been granted by the Stratford upon Avon District Council in July 2010. The scheme is completed but there are still some outstanding costs so fund raising continues as follows:
Autumn events kick off with the Salvation Army Band from Coventry giving a concert on Friday September 19th at the beginning of our Celebratory weekend
On November 7th at 7.00 for 7.30pm our Local MP Nadhim Zahawi will talk of his life from 'Baghdad to Stratford.' More details to come.
The Christmas Bazaar is on November 15th using the whole of our premises. There are lots of new ideas besides our tried and tested ones so don't buy all your Christmas presents before then.
The evening by Mairi McDonald about 'Traditions of Christmas' will be on Tuesday December 2nd at 7.30pm. Mairi MacDonald used to work for the Birthplace Trust.
Another Murder Mystery Evening is planned for January 17th 2015 with Brenda Littlewood organizing the murder bit. It will include a meal as before and fun is guaranteed. Details later.
February 7th 2015 is Souper Lunch