Upper Tooting Methodist Church

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Sunday Services

Location:

290 Balham High Road, London 

SW17 7AL

  • 11.00 am (including Crèche and Junior church)
  • 1st Sunday 11.00 am Holy Communion
  • 3rd Sunday 11.00 am All Age Worship 6.30 pm Holy Communion

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Church Office Hours:

The Church Office is open:

Monday -9.30 am - 1.30 pm

Wednesday -9.00 am -12.00 noon

Friday - 9.30am - 1.30 pm

Tel: 020 8767 5033

email:

uppertootingmethodistchurch@gmail.com

Special needs:                         

The church has an audio loop system. Please set your hearing-aid to 'T' which will enable you to hear the service more clearly.

 Large print Hymn books are available. 

A toilet for people with special needs is provided. If you need help to use any of these facilities, please speak to a Steward.  

There is one disabled parking space and Wheelchair space in the church


Other Links:

Biography of John Wesley)

The Methodist Church in Britain

(GMF-UK Chaplaincy)


                                       

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We welcome everyone to our services, and are especially pleased to meet visitors and those who have recently moved into the area. Do please come along and make yourselves known to us.

Churches in the Circuit includes:

  • Broomwood Methodist Church
  • Mitcham Methodist Church
  • Southfields Methodist Church
  • St. Helier Methodist Church
  • St John's Methodist Church
  • Tooting Methodist Church

Affiliations & links:

Wandle Valley Methodist Circuit, Churches Together in Balham & Upper Tooting

Our Mission statement : Responding to the Gospel of God's love in Christ and living out its discipleship in worship and mission.



May you find our fellowship the peace for your soul, in our sanctuary the fulfullment for your sprit, and in our worship the fellowship of Christ

Upper Tooting is inclusive and welcoming, representing 23 nationalities with a rich diversity of languages, ages and increasing resources of music and worship. Members live all over South London and further afield.

We live out a relevant witness to Christ in Balham and Upper Tooting. We hosted the Fund for Human Need, helping asylum seekers. 

Many groups use our premises: an independent day school, a Saturday school, Credit Union and Amnesty International. International Dinner is a celebration of our church's life and mission.


 Worship is the centre of our expression of faith. We provide hospitality for two other churches.