Morning Worship Sunday 4 Aug 11am

Morning Worship led by

Rev Linda Barriball with Holy Communion
Cafe Church

informal worship and reflection with tea, coffee and biscuits

Guest Speaker Rev Loraine Mellor
Chairman of District Nottingham & Derby & past President of Conference


Sunday 4 Aug at 6.30pm
Talking Jesus
is a video and discussion
course to help us talk about Jesus and our faith.

Led by Paul Harold our next meeting is on Tues 6 Aug at the Chapel. Everyone is welcome, it doesn't matter if you've not attended previously.
You are invited to

Coffee Morning at the Chapel 10.30 to 12 noon
on Thurs 8 Aug

Just drop in and enjoy tea, coffee and biscuits in the company of other Week St Mary people
Morning Worship
 Sun 11th Aug 11am


Led by the Worship Team
Worship Lunch

Worship at tables followed by a two course roast meal. Donations on the day.

Must be pre-booked with Len or Trina.

Sun 18 Aug 12noon

Everyone welcome

We are part of the Methodist Church,  the fourth largest Christian denomination in England.  The Methodist Church was founded by John and Charles Wesley in the 18th Century. We are joined with a cluster of 18 other chapels in North Cornwall known as the  Camelford and Week St Mary Circuit. The Methodist Church has a democratic structure and we have a regular Church Meeting, consisting of all Church members, which  is the main decision-making body for our Church.

We are supported in our work by our Minister, Rev Linda Barriball, Church & Pastoral Worker, Paul Harold, Community Outreach Worker, Mrs Carol Teague and Children & Families Worker, Mrs Alison Hoather.  Their contact details are are listed on the contact page. We also work closely with Week St Mary Parish Church, sharing events and mission activities.

The current building  was built in 1881 but is in fact the third Methodist Chapel in Week St Mary. The two earlier Chapels are now houses.  We recently completed a major refurbishment, creating a flexible, accessible meeting space with audio-visual facilities and a modern kitchen .  The facilities are frequently hired to outside organisations and community groups.