Didcot Methodist Church is a town centre church at the heart of the community. We welcome you to join us in discovering what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ.
In-person worship at Didcot
Sunday 23rd January, 10.30am
Morning worship led by Barbara Sexton
Sunday 6th February, 10.30am
Morning worship led by Liz Wood
Sunday 23rd February, 10.30am
Holy Communion led by Rev Jocelyn Bennett
From March 2022, we hope to return to weekly services.
Places do not need to be booked in advance to attend services.
With the changes to restrictions as of the 19th July we will be able to make changes to our own restrictions, while still making every effort to maintain a safe environment and protect each other. This means that:
- we will be permitted to sing
- we ask you to wear face coverings
- we ask you to sanitise your hands when entering the Church
- we encourage you to deter from hand shaking and hugging
- we suggest if you have your own hymn book, you bring that along for your personal use and take it home after the service.
Online gatherings with the Didcot, Milton and Wallingford Methodist Churches
A time of prayer, reflection and placing things in the hands of God.
Join on zoom every Friday at 11.30am. For the codes and link, please email Rev Jocelyn Bennett: jocelyn [dot] bennett [at] methodist.org.uk
Circuit Zoom service on Sundays
Services are led on Zoom from Wantage Methodist Church each week. The full calendar is on the circuit website here. If you would like to join, please contact Rev Keith Underhill: keith [dot] underhill [at] methodist.org.uk for the Zoom dial-in details.
As a way of communicating and sharing across the Didcot, Milton and Wallingford churches, and all the people connected with us, Rev Jocelyn Bennett has set up a Facebook group called Together Apart.
You can read updates regarding the pandemic from the Methodist Church here.
There are also worship and devotional materials for advent and Christmas on the Singing The Faith Plus website.
We seek to grow in love for God through worship and prayer and to share God’s love through pastoral care and service in the community. We aim to express our faith in ways that are relevant for the world today and are concerned about social justice and caring for the environment.
The circuit preaching plan and other resources are available to download from the calendar on the Wantage & Abingdon circuit website. Services may be subject to change.