Minsterley Methodist Chapel

About Minsterley Methodist Chapel

Minsterley Chapel is located just off Horsebridge Road. Pastoral oversight of this chapel is with Revd. Shalome MacNeill Cooper, minister for the Rea Valley area. Limited parking is available at the rear of the church for those attending services. The building is fully accessible for all abilities and has a T Loop system for those with hearing devices. This chapel has a vibrant worship life and the first Sunday of the month is Family Service, with all ages and abilities participating in creative, lay-lead worship.

SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES

Sunday Morning Service 10:00am

Crafty Monday – Bring along a craft project you are working on for some craft time. Please see our Facebook page for times.

Thursday Praise Evenings – an evening of praise and music.

Celtic Communion – Celtic Style Communion is offered at select Communion Sundays through the year.

 

SPECIAL SERVICES

The Longest Night- December 21st– is an opportunity for remembrance, embracing sorrow or disappointment during the Christmas Season.

The Red (Charity) Shed will be opening in Minsterley in May and will offer locally produced crafts and gifts as well as Fairtrade items. Located at the Manse on Plox Green Road, this shed offers a unqiue shopping opportunity whilst supporting select charities and chapel life. Items are priced as suggested donations. Open by chance or visit appointment.

For more information please see our Facebook Page at Rea Valley Methodists.

For information about service times, view the preaching plans on the Service Times page. Information about ministers can be found on the Central Area Ministers page.

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  1. […] Minsterley Methodist Chapel is a good example of how a church building can be made into an attractive modern space, while preserving the original character of the building.  Originally built in 1924 by the ‘Primitive Methodists,’ the alterations were carried out around ten years ago, re-ordering the internal layout of the church to create a smaller meeting area, with an adjoining lounge, kitchenette and toilet. […]

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Shropshire & Marches Methodist Circuit
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