There are many ways to worship across Bath with the Methodist Church. Some traditional, others in new settings or exploring new ways of sharing worship together. 

Sunday In Person

In the city, there’s worship at all of the churches on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, with Zoom worship on the 2nd Sunday.  The village churches in Box & Bathampton meet weekly. 

City Churches

1st & 3rd Sundays at 10:30 at Beechen CliffHorizonNexus and 

2nd Sunday – Zoom at 10:30
2nd & 4th Sundays at 9am: Morning Prayer at Nexus

There are united services at 10.30am on 4th & 5th Sundays:
26 June – Nexus
24 July – Beechen Cliff
31 July – Horizon
28 August – Weston

From September, Bath Methodist Church will meet for worship weekly at Walcot Methodist Chapel (the current Nexus site) and Southdown Methodist Church Centre.


Bathampton Methodist Church

Weekly at 11:00am except 4th Sunday – Family Brunch Worship at 10:00am

Box Methodist Church

Box – Weekly at 11:00

Online (and paper)

From Easter Sunday 2020, people from across the city and beyond gathered together on Zoom for worship and fellowship on Sunday mornings. Now the churches have reopened for worship, Zoom worship is now monthly on the 2nd Sunday (10:30am in August and 9:00am from September). The worship is straightforward and engaging and you can sing along at home as loud as you like. There’s some chat beforehand and small groups afterwards to get to know each other better too. More details… A range of other activities from contemplations to Bible studies also happen online.On Friday mornings, Prayers In & Around Bath is a 20-minute service of prayer and reflection, with opportunities to pray for the city and area and also link to A Methodist Way of Life


Come rest and pray

We’re continually developing new ways to worship so that more people can explore their faith and connect with God.

For families, Horizon in Southdown run Messy and Muddy Church

At Nexus, there is an invitation to ‘Come, rest and pray’ in the church garden.

Starting Point is a new church that is real about the messiness of life, rooted in Jesus and relevant to people’s present day experiences.

MHA run two sites in Bath – Stratton House care home and Walcot Court retirement apartments. There is regular worship at both sites.

The Chapel House Community follow a shared way of life which includes monthly worship.