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Chadlington Methodist Church is situated in the heart of the village, and has a small, but friendly and enthusiastic congregation.


The Church is quite active in the village, with a monthly Coffee Morning, twice monthly intercessory prayer meetings, and a monthly Julian meeting, with occasional Fun Club for the children, and a Quiet Morning held twice a year.


We have strong ecumenical ties with the Anglican Church in Chadlington and have twice yearly meetings to discuss what is happening both within the churches and the village as well as sharing in Lent and Advent Bible study.


Due to our central location and the availability of an adjoining school room, makes the Church an ideal venue for all sort of social, cultural and spiritual activities. The whole building has very good disabled access.


Annual Art Week and occasional concerts are hosted by us, raising funds for our Church and local charities. The schoolroom is available for hire by outside groups.


Our usual services, which take the traditional form, are held in the evenings at 6pm but on the third Sunday of the month we hold a ‘Café Church’ at 4pm, which is for all ages and presented in a friendly and informal way. We usually share tea and coffee and a chat at the conclusion of the evening services.


We warmly invite you to our Sunday services or any other activities.


Church Contacts

Rev Soba Sinnathamby

Minister

01608 642256


Joyce Watson

Senior Steward

01608 676413


Sunday Worship 6.00pm

With monthly Eucharist


Cafe Church 3rd Sunday 4.00pm

Informal worship for all ages


Tuesday






Regular Activities

Chadlington

West End, Chadlington, Chipping Norton, OX7 3NJ

About us……

SOUP LUNCHES

Join us as we start up again our monthly ‘Soup Lunches’

12 noon to 1.30pm - 2nd Thursday of the month


14th September

12th October

9th November


CIRCUIT PRAYER GROUP

Come and pray for our Circuit.

Every Thursday 7pm Chapel School Room.


Spurgeon said, “Prayer is the power house of the Church. If the

engine room is out of action, the whole mill will grind to a halt.”