Welcome to our church!


Front exterior of Didcot Methodist Church

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 and would love to see you at our Sunday services, at our Friday Lunchbreak or other events.

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.

For regular activities other than our services, please see the Church Activities and Children and Young People pages.

This month’s services

Sunday 6th May

10.30 am: Morning service (Andrew Dixon)
6.30 pm: Evening service (Rev Katherine Pickering)

Sunday 13th May

10.30 am: All age worship (Alan Smith)
6.30 pm: United service in support of Christian Aid, with guest speaker Siobhan Grimes from Christian Aid (Rev Katherine Pickering)

10th to 20th May Thy Kingdom Come – 9 days of prayer

The Methodist Church is taking part in a prayer movement called “Thy Kingdom Come” between Ascension and Pentecost. We invite people of faith to commit to pray with God’s world-wide family – individually, as a family or as a church. Free booklets with images from the Methodist art collection are available in the church and more information is available on the Methodist Church website. If you wish, you can register your pledge to pray on a map of lights on the Thy Kingdom Come website.

Sunday 20th May

10.30 am: Morning worship (Rev John Anderson) (this appointment is a change from the plan)
There will not be an evening service at the church. There will be a united service organised by Churches Together in Didcot and District at 6.00 pm at St Matthew’s Church in Harwell

Sunday 27th May

10.30 am: Holy Communion (Rev Katherine Pickering)
6.30 pm: Evening service (Barbara Sexton)

Find out more about our services.

View circuit services for this quarter in the March to May preaching plan. Some services are subject to change.