Glastonbury Methodist Church
Lambrook Street, Glastonbury BA6 8BY
We are a friendly and welcoming congregation whose worship is varied but generally on the more traditional side. We currently meet at 5pm on Sundays on Zoom for a short service - please contact us on Facebook for the link. When in person worship is permitted in our church, we meet at 10:45am on a Sunday for a morning service, which once a month includes holy communion. This is traditionally followed by coffee and conversation. We also gather on a Wednesday at 10:30am for half an hour of silent prayer. On occasion other special activities such as Café Services or evening Reflective services are held. These are announced in the Church notices and on the Facebook page.
Glastonbury Methodist Church members are involved with and support Glastonbury Bridging the Gap foodbank. Our community outreach also includes links with Jasmine and Glastonbury Care Home.
Where possible we engage in other activities online or in person to learn, pray and support others as well as having fun. Please check out our Facebook page for more details about what is going on at the moment and message us there if you have any questions.
Other Activities and Information
Wednesdays: When it is permitted, the church is open for Prayer each Wednesday from 10.30 – 11.00am.
Wednesday Friendship Group meets at 2pm at the URC church a short distance down the High Street and run a varied programme. (Note – all meetings suspended for the time being. Please see the LINK or Facebook for updates)
Home Group meets on Thursday evenings Willcox Close Common Room. This small group meets to discuss a theme, Bible Study or book, followed by prayer and refreshments. Meetings are not necessarily weekly. (See Facebook and notices) (Note – all meetings suspended for the time being. Please see the LINK or Facebook for updates)
The church publishes a weekly bulletin, the LINK, which gives details of activities and group meetings. Each week's activities are also posted on the church Facebook page.
The Church has a long established relationship with the MHA sheltered housing scheme of eleven flats and seven bungalows at Willcox Close in Glastonbury.
As the result of a legacy from a local GP, Dr Willcox, the Scheme was built in 1972 and run by a local firm of solicitors with a group of trustees. It was understood however, that if ever the Scheme could no longer be looked after by its original management then it was to be given to MHA. That handover took place in December 2004.
MHA run two Services for older people who live in their own homes, a Monday Lunch Club and one to one befriending.
For more information about Willcox Close contact the manager Roz Francis on 01458 831123 or by e-mail to