Winchcombe is an ancient Saxon town that is steeped in history, it has a warmth without the crowds of nearby Broadway and Chipping Campden. It has picturesque Sudeley Castle on the edge with wonderful views to the hills across fields and woods.
John Wesley visited the town on a number of occasions and there has been a Methodist Church community visible since then.
Sunday morning worship services are at the local Day Centre, in Langley Road, at 10-30am and a friendly group, called Connections get together, jigsaws, games, chat tea and biscuits, at 2pm at the local Abbeyfields Centre in Back Lane on a Thursday and everyone is welcome.
Each Thursday morning, in a local hall, there is an ecumenical coffee morning project called ‘Meeting Point’ and this is open for everyone to meet together, both the wider community and visitors to the town. There is always a warm welcome and many new connections are made.
Good links exist with the other churches in the town. The aim is to serve others with the resources available and to play a part in making God's love a practical reality in the everyday life of others through what we do together in the church.
We have various Worship Resources available for use, please contact the church for more information.