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Service times:

10.30 am Sunday

3.00 pm monthly, last Sunday

Contact steward: 01209 821327

 

Bright Hour, fellowship, weekly, Tuesday, 2.30pm 01209 890901
Bargain Bin, 3rd Wednesday monthly, 10.30am – 12.30pm 01209 820280
Luncheon Club, monthly, fourth Wednesday 01209 820073
Prayer and Share, Thursday, 10.15am for 10.30am
Fellowship/Bible Study, Friday, 7.30pm at 5 Carew Rd 01209 821327

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Located at the edge of the village, St Day Church is not on the edge of the activities in St Day. Each Sunday morning around 25 gather for an informal style of worship lead by a worship leader and Preacher. The Young Church join us for the start of the service and then uses the hall for their activities. 

A more traditional style of worship attracts people during the afternoon in the winter and in the evening in the summer months.

During the week there is a mix for prayer and fellowship groups, weekly drop in for young people, monthly pop in which soup and sweet lunch and monthly lunches and fortnightly bargain bin sale. Hardly a day goes by, when the premises are not being used.

The chapel is on one level with moveable seating giving a flexible worship area. This is especially helpful when the local school comes at Christmas for their nativity play and there is need to bring in extra seating.

Members of the church are active in various community groups including the parish council and the schools governing body.

The Chapel is somewhat hidden on the right of the first road junction in St Day (depends on where you're coming from!)

St Day Methodist Church hosts the St Day Village Brunch, between 9:00am and 1:00pm, on the second Saturday of each school half term.

As well as good company and fellowship we can promise you a hearty full English breakfast (at £0.50 per item) in a very relaxed atmosphere (well . . . most of the time!).
Profits from the brunch are donated to local good causes.
For further details, please contact Linda or Paul Barker on either This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on 01872 870256.