Worship

Fortnightly early morning services at 9:00AM

We hold an early morning service twice each month.  The first Sunday is Holy Communion.  Then join us on the fourth Sunday in the month for a time of sharing and learning from each other during a service of reflection and prayer on a theme.

Weekly Sunday services at 10:30am

We meet every Sunday for worship led by the minister, or by other preachers. “Young Followers” for children from three years and upwards runs concurrently with this service.

Monthly Wednesday services at 9:00AM

We usually meet on the second Wednesday of the month for an informal communion to which all are welcome.  On all other Wednesdays (term-time only) join us for our prayer meeting.

Taize Style Services at 6:30PM

A time to reflect with quietness, prayer and beautiful music. These services attract a large congregation and are open to all who wish to attend. We often enjoy the company of visitors from other Methodist Churches in our Circuit, and from Christians of other denominations.

For further information, please contact our worship leader, Mr Colin Nunn. Tel 07967 852 704 or email firstsundayatpmc@outlook.com

First Sunday - Family Worship at 10:30am

For Children, Parents, Grandparents & Carers in the main hall on the firstSunday of each month from 10.30AM -11.15 AM.

We would like children to take an active part in the service with the help of teenagers.  This is an informal gathering in which everyone can contribute. We will finish the morning with arts and craft. If anyone would like to play in the music group or would like to read, please make contact with our worship leader Mr Colin Nunn on 07967 852 704 or e-mail firstsundayatpmc@outlook.com

Occasional Pinner Association of Churches: Worshipping Together at 6:30PM

Pinner Churches, and Pinner Methodist Church are committed to working with one another. Wemeet together for worship each year in each church.

The dates for 2016-7 are: Sunday 18th September, 6.30 PM at St. Luke’s Roman Catholic Church and Sunday 20th November 6.30 PM at St John the Baptist Church of England (preceded at 5PM by the Pinner Association AGM which is open to all)