Chessington Methodist Church

the Church on the corner

Sunday 10.00 am Morning Service

This is our main service on a Sunday where the church family meets together to worship, pray, learn about and meet with God.  Everyone is welcome to join us.

Our Church has recently undergone a complete refurbishment and now incorporates projection.   All hymns, bible readings, videos, etc.  are now projected so there is no need to use books most of the time. (books are available for those with impaired vision).  We have a high spec sound system and hearing loop for those who use hearing aids.  

Our worship is in a variety of styles from modern worship to traditional hymns. We have a monthly contemporary service giving us the opportunity to explore new styles of worship.  We have a worship band and they would love to welcome more musicians.

We hold a monthly Holy Communion Service.  

Crèche

We have a crèche area at the back of the church for the under 3's which is equipped with toys, books and soft matting.  

Junior Church

Our Junior Church welcomes children from 3 upwards.  They sit at the front for the beginning of the service and then leave to pursue their own activities.  For communion services they go straight to their activities and join us shortly before the communion.  For family services, children sit with their families and the service is for all ages.

12.30 pm Sunday Korean Language Service 

For those members of our community who speak Korean, we have a Korean Language service led by Rev Paul Han.  Following this service Korean lunch is served in the large hall.

6.30 pm Evening Service

Our evening congregations are small and for this reason we hold the evening service in 'the Parlour' which is a cosier environment.  These services tend to be quieter and more reflective.  

On the fifth Sunday in a month, we join our sister Churches in the Kingston Circuit, namely Kingston, New Malden and Surbiton Hill, for a combined evening circuit service which is held in each of the four churches in turn.  

Special Days

 We regularly hold joint English/Korean dual language services, often for special days such as Christmas, Easter, Harvest, Mothering Sunday and  on these Sundays, there is one morning service starting at 11.00 am.  A bring-and-share lunch will often follow.  Check upcoming events for information.