The church is open for private prayer on Thursdays between 10.30 and 11.30 from 12th November.

Please  -

Wear a mask within the building (it's mandatory).

sanitise your hands on entering the building.  

Sign in for track and trace.

Follow all Steward instructions regarding seating and social distancing

Thank you, we look forward to seeing you and the opportunity to worship together.

We hope to resume services in December.

Further information about services at Little Chalfont and across our circuit, click here.Plan

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Little Chalfont Methodist offers a variety of worship services to our community. Everyone is made welcome whether you are a regular in Church (any denomination)  or just wondering what is it all about.

Methodist services are lead by either our ministers (Who's Who?) or any one of a group of local preachers. Local preachers are fully trained by the Methodist Church to run services and preach. (

There are different services to suit different needs -

All Age Worship

1st Sunday in the month at 11am is ‘All Age Worship’  the whole church family, old and young meets together to worship and learn.  Toys and crafts are available to young ones and there is always a mixture of traditional and contemporary music.  It doesn't matter if your little one runs around or has a cry - you will be welcome! This is also a good service if the thought of a long sermon puts you off as the style is more bite sized and the atmosphere informal.

Sunday Service with TOAST

09.30, every Sunday in the month, except the 1st.

This service has a variety of styles, depending on who is leading, and any children or young people  present are invited to go out to “Time On A Sunday Together” (TOAST) for part of the service. (But can stay put if  they want or their parent/carer is welcome to go with them)

Methodists love to sing as well as pray and learn what God has to say about how to live faithfully, so this service in particular often follows a prayer/hymn/reading/sermon etc format. Very easy to  follow and no one is going to spring surprises on you as a new person. (as if we would!)


Communion is usually on the 2rd Sunday in the month at the 9.30 service. Everyone, and we mean EVERYONE  is welcome to the table. It doesn't matter if you are from another denomination, if you have or have not been baptised (christened). God’s love is freely given to all. You can choose to partake of the bread and (non alcoholic) wine or be blessed or sit quietly in your seat. It is up to you.

Need some help?
Please speak to a steward (we have name tags) on the day or email the office on

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Prayer is where we develop our relationship with God, where we turn in pain and despair, where we go for peace and thanksgiving.

Prayer is  central to Christian life, and many non religious people like to pray in times of trouble.

You don't have to kneel, make 'praying hands', you can speak out loud, in your head or just meditate, make it up as you go or use someone else's words, God doesn't mind. God also doesn't mind anger, fear, anxiety, frustration. God is a brilliant listener.

if  you want to use written or guided prayer, the links below are to different types of prayer, the first two in the Methodist tradition, followed by a prayer request link to  and finally the 'Northumbrian Community' which is in the Celtic tradition and offers daily prayers.

' a site that is editorially independent from any particular denomination, but representative of UK traditions. excellent source for finding out about Christianity. are a diverse group of Christians who describe themselves as exploring a 'new monasticism' They say "We are united by a Rule of Life, which we call our Way for Living and which can be summed up in two words: Availability and Vulnerability"

Kwa Mkono is our circuit charity.

They are doing amazing work in Tanzania for children with disabilities.
It is hard for poor children in Tanzania to access school, healthcare and training. For disabled children this is 100% harder.
The Kwa Mkono Disabled Children's Trust supports the charitable work of the Kwa Mkono Polio Hostel in Tanzania by providing grants of equipment and funding so the hostel can offer rehabilitation, education and training to physically disabled young people, enabling them to live independently when they leave.

Leaflets available at Church on click through to their website here

Help Wanted!

Do you feel the urge to help at church? 

Come and join our trusty, friendly team of volunteers.

Church Steward
Communion Steward
(singing, playing, music box).
Pastoral visiting

I can honestly say it is interesting, fun and supportive. The more people we have then the less often you have to do it too!