WOLSINGHAM METHODIST CHURCH

22 Front Street, Wolsingham. Co. Durham. DL13 3DD



Wolsingham Methodist Church

Wolsingham is situated on the A689 between Crook and Stanhope in Weardale.

The first Wesleyan Preaching House in Wolsingham was built in 1776. 
The present Wesley Chapel, with its frontage on the High Street, was opened in 1862 and is a large ‘traditional’ chapel.

A refurbishment of the church building has now been completed, making it more flexible for use by the wider community as well as by church members.

The church is a family of all ages and we try to make everyone part of the family. We hope that you will feel really welcome among us and we pray that you will soon feel ‘at home’ with us.


Sunday Service
: 10.30 am.

Mondays: Drop-in 9.30 am till 12.00 noon.
Contact Deacon Sue Peat for more information. 01388 528245.

Saturdays:
Coffee Mornings 10.00 am – 12 noon: Held every 4 – 6 weeks as advertised locally.



For further information about the church or baptisms / weddings / funerals:
Please contact Deacon Sue Peat

QUALITY VENUE – ROOM HIRE

Our newly refurbished premises are available to hire for: £15 per 3hour session.
Carpeted Coffee Lounge/Hall with beverage Bay.
Worship area to comfortably seat 100, plus small meeting room.
Toilets with disabled access and baby-change.
Excellent acoustics; outside space with car-park.
Perfect for Weddings: Christenings; Afternoon Tea parties; Concerts etc.
Catering by arrangement.

Please contact Liz Ivel, O.B.E. 01388 527297

 

"Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord."

Romans 8:39

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