"It is a house of welcome and a house of love because it is primarily a house of prayer."

Cardinal Basil Hume - 7th May 1984



"It is a house of prayer and human conversations"

Revd Dr George Lovell - 3rd May 2003




As the people of the Methodist Church, we are concerned with the wholeness of each individual within God’s purpose for everyone.  We seek to safeguard all members of the church community of all ages. 

It is the responsibility of each one of us to prevent physical, sexual or emotional abuse and neglect of children and young people.

Methodist Safeguarding Policy












































Reflection of the month ... Isaiah 55 Verse 1
Come all you who are thirsty....

The Narthex is one area, in particular, where the open door policy of Chelsea Methodist church is at its most visible. From Monday to Friday it is open to all members of the public.

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday there is a drop-in centre for the homeless.

The Narthex is used for exhibitions by local artists and other organisations, additionally other fund-raising activities take place here too. To find out how you can host your event in the Narthex or elsewhere on the premises, you may contact the Centre Manager.