"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....


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If you or someone you know would like to offer some time, please contact Steve 020 7352 9305 or send an email to Steven@chelseamethodist.org.uk.

Thank you and God bless.

In line with its Mission Statemtent, CMC operates an 'Open Door' policy. This means that all members of the public from every walk of life, any faith or none, are welcome here - we ask that people treat each other at all times with courtesy and respect.

Volunteers are involved in all the services we deliver. Over the years we have had some truly wonderful and dedicated volunteers and we are immensely grateful to them.

As one group of volunteers said:

"We volunteered yesterday and wanted to drop you an email to say thank you so much for having us.
We had such a great day and the staff are all so wonderful. Vern, Vince and Jimmy were so welcoming and made us feel like part of the team.
The service you all provide is incredible and we were so grateful to be a (very small) part of such a rewarding day.

The visitors to the centre were all polite and friendly and we got to know, very briefly, lots of different people with the help of your staff.
If you could please pass on our thanks to Vern, Vince and Jimmy that would be amazing. They made our day so enjoyable, their positivity and humour was brilliant! We would thoroughly recommended volunteering with you to all our friends and colleagues.
We never got to say goodbye to Jimmy so please send him our apologies, he was great!
We hope that we will be able to return in the future to help out if we can!"

If you are interested in volunteering with us, we welcome you. We need volunteers for the drop-in and the night shelters (November - March).
Please call in, phone or send us an email to discuss it further.

CMC will provide you with training.

You may be required to undergo some checks as required by our Methodist guidelines on Safeguarding and in compliance with government regulations.