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Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Welcome!

We have 12 places of worship across South Warwickshire.
We meet as 'the people called Methodist' to worship and share fellowship together.

Pentecost
PENTECOST

Sunday 19th May is Pentecost -the church's birthday!


It is also Aldersgate Sunday which is when the Methodist Church remembers John and Charles Wesley's experiences of receiving the Holy Spirit at a service in Aldersgate (see below).


For all our services over the next few weeks please click 'Services' at the top of the page


Picture of Joseph Arch
Joseph Arch

Joseph Arch was a Methodist Local Preacher in the 1800's who lived at Barford.

Wellesbourne has a connection with him as he had a meeting of agricultural labourers in the village were as a result the National Agricultural Workers Union began.

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Methodist History

The anniversary of John Wesley's transformative experience in a meeting room in Aldersgate Street, London is on May 24th. In 1738. in his journal, John recorded that, during a reading from Martin Luther's Preface to the Epistle to the Romans, he felt that his heart was "strangely warmed." His brother, Charles Wesley-hymn writer, had had a similar experience a few days prior to John. This is regarded as a key moment in the beginnings of the 18th century Methodist revival.

Find out more about the history of Methodism.

Get In Touch

Circuit Resource Centre
Wellesbourne Methodist Church
Bridge Street
Wellesbourne
CV35 9LR

swc.crc3@gmail.com

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