We are called to be a growing, inclusive, evangelistic and justice-seeking Church

God loves you

unconditionally, no strings attached.

That's the good news.

"They didn't want me because I was black, and because I was a woman" | Sonia's Story

A chance encounter kick-started the Methodist movement in 1738.

Begin your prayer journey

Are you feeling worried or anxious? Perhaps you're grateful for something? Or maybe you just want some words for today.

Discover prayer for where you are in life.

A church near you

Your local Methodist church is a place to feel at home and welcome.

Front view of the Chard Methodist Church, Chard, Somerset, UK
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I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.

John 13:34 (NRSVA)
Robin Prime

Every person is made in God's image and is of equal value

Everyone is welcome

The Methodist Church is committed to Justice, Dignity and Solidarity. We believe that all people are uniquely made in the image of God, and we aim to live this out in the Church and in our communities. This forms our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) work.

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God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good.

Genesis 1:31 (NRSVA)

Net zero carbon emissions by 2030

Action for hope

The climate emergency is one of the most pressing concerns in the world today, but it is not merely a secular one. As Christians and Methodists we are called to care for God’s creation and challenge injustice, so climate concerns are inherently missional and part of our discipleship.

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And what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?

Micah 6:8

Challenging the injustices of the world

Seeking justice

As Christians we’re called to seek God’s justice. Justice that enables everyone, and all creation, to flourish. Justice that removes everything that diminishes people, that oppresses or exploits them. Justice that enables us all to grow in relationship with each other and with God. 

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I have called you friends.

John 15:15

Building real friendships in diverse communities

Exploring spirituality

Methodists believe God is For All. Different people experience God in different ways – that's how God works! We love real conversations about life with diverse people, in unexpected places – like the Edinburgh Fringe, Silverstone Grand Prix, and your local coffee shop or pub. We're starting new kinds of communities exploring God together.