Worship is central to the life of our church and you are welcome to our services whatever you believe and whether you belong to any church or none.

COVID-19 and Wellesbourne Methodist Church

In line with HM Government’s advice issued 16 March and that issued by The Methodist Church in Britain on 17 March all services of worship and all other meetings at Wellesbourne Methodist Church are suspended until further notice.

Although the building is closed, the people of the church are still here to support anyone as best we can. If you want to know more please contact the minister,

Rev. Barbara Greenwood – see Contacts


In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the cancellation of worship services, the Birmingham District of The Methodist Church will be broadcasting a worship service at 10:30am on Sunday morning via Facebook Live and it will also be available on the District Website:



Sunday 10.30 a.m.

Our main service of the week:

  • A varied but traditional service with hymns, readings and sermon.   
  • Led by our own minister, or by another minister or preacher from within the South Warwickshire Methodist Circuit.
  • Hymns are usually led by our organ, with words projected onto a screen using PowerPoint.

Alternative worship: This is usually on the second Sunday of each month. A less formal service.

Holy Communion: This is celebrated once a month. We invite anyone who loves the Lord Jesus to share in the bread and wine, without restriction.

Sunday evenings at 6.00 p.m.

Still Point: This is bimonthly – jointly with St Peter’s Anglican Church – a quiet reflective service.

Services suspended until further notice – see note above 

Mid week worship

Fellowship Cafe – 2nd & 4th Tuesday monthly – 12.30 p.m:  A light lunch followed by Celtic prayer around the table. Please note that Fellowship Café is taking a break for the winter months and will start again in the Spring.

Prayer Focus – 4th Thursday each month – 5.00 p.m: A time to come together for 30 minutes, to pray for our church and for each other. Led by Rev Barbara Greenwood.