Sundays

The inside of the church ready for a service

On Sundays we gather for worship. We hope everyone will find a home with us as we gather to encounter God together. At the moment, we're following the lockdown guidance and so are not physically meeting. The information here applies to when we can start meeting in the church building again.

The 9:15 service

1st and 3rd Sundays

A reflective Holy Communion service in the Methodist Hall lasting about 30 minutes. The Hall is at the rear of the church. It can be accessed by the path along the right-hand side of the building.

Communion Cup & Plate on the alter at Romsey Methodist Church

The 10:30 service

These services vary in style and are not led by our minister every week. The service lasts about an hour. We celebrate Holy Communion about once a month – usually on the third Sunday.

Sometimes we have an ‘All In’ service where everyone stays in together. This is often on the 4th Sunday. But most Sundays, children are then invited to attend their own separate session in the hall after the second song. These sessions are aimed at primary school age, but all children are welcome.

You can seek guidance at any time from our church stewards. You should be able to spot them as they will be wearing name badges. We have a loop system for those with hearing aids – please switch your aid to the ‘T’ setting.

The church decorated for an All-In services

Second Sunday

The second Sunday is a little different. The 10:30am service meets in the Methodist Hall and children are invited to join Funday Sunday in the main church.

Funday Sunday meets from 10-11:30am for children and their parents and carers.

A Funday Sunday session on the second Sunday of the month