The Methodist Chapel

Peasenhall Methodist Church was built in 1809 and opened by Dr. Thomas Coke, the pioneer of home missions as well as of the work overseas. Plans are under way to celebrate the Church’s bi-centenary in May 2009.

Currently, Sunday Services are held at 11.00am, except for the first Sunday in the month, when a Communion Service is held at 9.00am. Mid-week Communion Services have now commenced, being held on the third Wednesday of the month at 10.00am.

United Services with the Parish Church are held on the fourth Sunday of every month.

From time to time the Ladies Group arrange a morning of Fun, Food and Fellowship, which include children’s activities, fellowship for adults with quizzes and cup of tea/coffee, buffet lunch and a short time of worship.

Since its extension and refurbishment in 1999, the Church room is now being used regularly by various community groups. Monthly lunches on the first Wednesday of the month are also held in the Church room.

The support given to all fund raising events held at the Church is very much appreciated. These also provide an opportunity for all visitors and new comers to the village to come along and meet Church members and a warm welcome is given to all. The fund raising this year is going towards the cost of replacing the heating system in the Church.

For any further information please telephone the Minister, Rev. Mark Booth on 01728 830733, or the Church Council Secretary, Dulcie Cole on 01728 660201