Minister: Rev Ben Haslam
Circuit Steward: Mrs Gill Harvey
Sunday service at 10.30am
For details, see Circuit Preaching Plan
Contact Honiton Methodist Church
Our congregation is drawn from many church backgrounds, around a core of Methodist members. Centrally situated in this market town, our premises were completely refurbished in 2009 to be truly multi-purpose. Both worship area and adjoining hall provide meeting space for many community groups. Our weekly ‘Thursday Morning’ drop-in session (coffee, table games, art work, conversation…) is open to all in the community; we restarted this activity in November 2021.
How to find us
From High Street, go a short distance up New Street (in direction of the Railway Station) until you come to a building that looks like a chapel on your left. Turn immediately left into Chapel Street (a very narrow street, just wide enough for one car) and you’ll find us 40m on the right. There is a small car-park, (first in, last out!) but also public parking further up New Street on the right (free on Sundays).
St Paul’s parish church is in High Street and you can find out more about the Christian presence in our town and surrounding villages from their web site.
Many community groups use our premises for their regular meetings – including Honiton Memory Cafe, Honiton Carers, Honiton Camera Club, Honiton Craft Club, various U3A special-interest groups, two groups for mums & pre-school children, two WI groups, and yoga and Pilates classes.
A bible-study group meets twice a month (first and third Tuesdays at 2.30pm).
Our Thursday Morning drop-in session operates every Thursday, 1000-1200. All are welcome for coffee, to share in a game or craft activity, or just to chat. Come in for 10 minutes or two hours!