Worship:  3pm
Welcome to Culmstock Methodist Church

We meet on the second Sunday of each month at 3pm.

We are always delighted to welcome any visitors to any of our services. You can be assured that you will be warmly received into a loving Christian fellowship, often united with our friends at All Saints. We undertake a supportive, prayerful Christian outreach mission, to people who might be housebound or in hospital or in nursing homes. We look forward very much to meeting you.

Culmstock has an important place in the history of Methodism and still the Methodist people of the area continue that work of Christian witness today.  Please use the link for more on the History of Culmstock Methodist Church.  History

In modern times, often in conjunction with other churches in the area and the Tiverton and Wellington Methodist Circuit,  Culmstock Methodists have gained a high reputation for regularly holding creative and special worship and celebrations of praise and thanksgiving to the glory of God. The small but dedicated congregation is inspired by the Spirit of God. Their Christian mission is therefore effective to very many more people than just themselves.

As well as the Christian worship activities undertaken by the membership, various village organisations find the present chapel building and schoolroom, a useful venue in which to hold their meetings and functions.

Here the Culmstock Pre School holds morning and  afternoon sessions each week of term time. Other users of the premises include the "Beavers" and Gardening Club. We are also the local polling station.

Over the past years the small congregation have themselves, by the grace of God, by donation of their own time and through well-supported village functions, raised the funds, to cover the costs of new developments. This obviously in addition to the necessary other regular giving, required within a fellowship of a Christian, humanitarian and worldwide church.

So in this time the building has been totally redecorated externally. The chapel's sanctuary area has been repaired, re-carpeted and re-seated. In achieving this scheme we have also been able to create a larger area for modern worship with wheelchair access.

We have also had major works completed to the roof and electrics and have provided an enclosed rear playground, to allow the Pre-School children to play safely outside during the winter.

Our current work has improved the present toilet facilities, making them accessible for all. This is a token of the high regard for which the active Christian works and most useful Chapel facilities, provided by present day Culmstock Methodists, are held within the local community.