We're glad you're here. We're a vibrant church with people of all ages and all backgrounds and a varied programme of events, groups and services. Take a look around and see what interests you.


Church door decorated with hearts

The wearing of face covering is now a personal decision and, as a church, we will no longer be asking the congregation to wear masks during the service.  However, it is suggested that wearing a mask while singing (when spread of the virus is most likely) is still advisable.

We will also be making all pews available from the beginning of March.  Some of our congregation will still be feeling vulnerable so please do be sensitive and leave others sufficient space when finding seats.

We will be coming to the front to take Communion in our March service but will be using wafers and the continuous process as in the Autumn.  Fellowship Cups will be available at the back of the church for those who would prefer to use these.

(Through our website, and printed materials for those without access to the web,  we have been providing devotional resources throughout the lockdowns and for anyone still uncomfortable about returning to live worship. )





The members of Wallington Methodist Church are excited that we are about to embark on a new
chapter in the history of our Church.
We are hoping to create a new worship and community venue on our site.  We are therefore marketing the site over the coming months to enable a developer to come on board with us to facilitate this.
It will mean the demolition of the existing church building, but unfortunately the current church is no longer fit for purpose and a new building will provide much-needed facilities to take us forward.

Watch this space!


We are an active church, serving each other and the wider community. 
Our regular events include Coffee with Cake and Tabletop Market every second Saturday of the month and Tunes and Tea last Friday of the month.

Our next Coffee with Cake and Tabletop Market will be on Saturday, March 12th.

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A special prayer during the Coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic:

Loving God in these days of Coronavirus we begin our prayer conscious of those who mourn the loss of loved ones and whose lives have been forever changed. Lord of life, bring your hope.

We pray for all frontline and key workers, and those in education and social care, and we ask your peace and provision that they may know your strength to sustain.

We pray for those who feel especially disrupted: those whose life events and celebrations have been cancelled or postponed and those whose future hopes and dreams feel distant and uncertain.

We pray for world leaders internationally and closer to home, for wisdom, insight and clarity and for a vision of community that goes beyond our national borders

As those entrusted with the care of your creation, we pray for a right judgement in the stewardship of the earth as lockdown begins to be eased, and for our future commitment to the wellbeing of the environment

We pray for your church throughout the world as we gather in our different ways. Keep us firm in the hope you have set before us so that we and all your children may be free to worship you all our days

(prayer written by Sophie Jelley, Bishop of Doncaster Designate, for BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship, 24 May 2020 – reprinted with permission)