Chelsea Methodist Church and Pastoral Centre
Here on the busy Kings Road, our aim is to offer an active community of hospitality, prayer and conversations, for wherever you happen to be on your spiritual journey.
The Church Pastoral Centre is open every weekday with a variety of activities, for young and old, for the homeless and those searching for rest.
Church services take place on Sundays from 11am.
Our congregation has different fellowship groups with open membership. Please call if you are interested in attending any bible studies or groups that might be running. Throughout the year we have meetings such as the 'Wednesday Fellowship' which meets on Wednesdays from 7.30pm to 9pm for bible and topical discussions. This activity runs cyclically if interested please ring 0207 352 9305 for details.
The Narthex drop-in centre is open from 9 to 1pm on Mondays and Thursdays and from 8 to 1pm on Tuesdays. Our Narthex Manager, Steve, is ready to attend to all who call and will refer those needing further conversation and spiritual support to the minister and staff of the pastoral centre. We are also open on Wednesdays and Fridays for work with Parents/Carers and young children and access is limited to these groups.
Children's activities include Jigsaw! run in conjunction with West London Action for Children from 11am to 1.30pm offering activity for parents and toddlers and includes free lunch (for more information on this please see the Children & Youth page) and Sing and Sign on Wednesday mornings.
The church sanctuary and our chapel are open for silent prayer most days.
We are home to a number of charitable organisations who have their offices here: Word International Church; Citizen's Advice Bureau; Kensington & Chelsea Forum for Older Residents and GlassDoor (formerly West London Churches Homeless Concern).
Other users of the premises include the AA, community meetings and workshops.
If you would like information on obtaining office space or using our premises to hold an event, from art exhibition to community meeting, please do not hesitate to speak to us on 020 7352 9305 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We do our our best to support community initiatives - we might be able to offer you some help.