Lytchett Matravers Methodist Church is a community of Christians and we invite you to
JOIN US – CELEBRATE JESUS CHRIST – CARE FOR EACH OTHER – CARE FOR THE WORLD
We are a small Church with an elderly, friendly congregation. We work with the local Anglican Church and have United services on the 3rd Sunday of each month, alternating between the Churches. We also have a wider ecumenical relationship which includes the Lighthouse Church when we use the Village Hall for combined village worship.
A Society was formed in 1778 by John Parsons. He also donated land for the first building which was constructed in 1824 and had a thatched roof. Unfortunately, it was destroyed by fire in 1850. A new building was erected in the same site and opened in 1853, being extended at the front in 1910. The construction methods have been made visible in the vestry.
During the Covid-19 pandemic there is a live streamed service from the Parish Church and led by the Vicar Rev Stephen Partridge at 9:30am each Sunday and available thereafter.
The internet link is: www.smlm.co.uk
On the 3rd Sunday of the month Methodists are involved with Rev Karen James preaching (usually). Stephen conducts the services from his shed/summer house.
Lytchett Matravers Methodist Church use the following resources: