Melbourne Methodist Church
We are delighted that many of our events and services are now returning! Please scroll down for full details and useful contacts
If you have just moved to the area, or perhaps are visiting this part of the country and are looking for a place to worship we would like to assure you a warm welcome to our big church family!
Over the last 20 years our church has grown from a regular congregation of about 20 to over 80 - including a wonderful youth church. Our usual Family Friendly Worship each Sunday at 10.30 is informal and is led by our own worship group overseen by our minister Rev Sally Ratcliffe or, alternatively, by a local lay preacher. If you fancy paying us a visit, but are unsure what to expect, see the 'Never been to Church' link below.
NORMAL Meeting Times
10.30 am - Weekly Sunday Service followed by Tea and Coffee
10.30 am - Weekly Junior Church
2.30 pm - Still Waters a Dementia friendly service (please note this is currently suspended but will commence again when there is a known need. Please contact our Minister for details )
10.00 - 11.30 am Tiddlywinks in Wesley Hall, (Term time only).
9.30 am to 11.30 am - 9 Months in Wesley Hall for Mums, Dads and babies under 12 months.
2.30 pm - Afternoon Tea Service in Church (3rd Tuesday of the month only)
9.00 am - 10.30 am SPLASH! Play & Praise, 9 am to 10.30 am (2nd & 4th of the month, term time only)
10.00 am - 3.00 pm Little Wesley’s Café & Soft Play Area - Currently Suspended - Sorry!
7.30 - 9.30 pm - Worship Group meets in church to prepare for Sunday
7.30 - 9.00 pm - 'Just Jammin' (1st Thursday of the month) - contact Becky 01332 864468
10.00 am - 2.30 pm Little Wesley’s Café & Soft Play Area - Currently Suspended - Sorry!
10.00 am to 12 noon Coffee Morning in Wesley Hall (First Saturday of the month)
House Groups meet throughout the week
Rev Sally Ratcliffe
How to find us
Melbourne Methodist Church,
South Derbyshire, DE73 8EJ
Our Main Church Building is on Church Street and has wheeled access.
Wesley Hall / Athenaeum Cafe is on Potter Street
The buildings are separated by an open courtyard.