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Winkfield & Cranbourne Churches nr Ascot

Within the Benefice of Winkfield and Cranbourne – there are  three Anglican church 'families':
    St Martin's, Chavey Down
    St Mary's, Winkfield
    St Peter's, Cranbourne
all with their own style and individuality, working together for the Kingdom of God.  Our vicar is the Reverend Catherine Blundell.  
We look forward to welcoming friends and visitors into our church communities.  
For more information please visit the Church website: www.winkfieldandcranbourne.org.uk


Winkfield Row Methodist Church

methodist church, Winkfield

WINKFIELD ROW METHODIST CHURCH CELEBRATES 160 YEARS OF CHRISTIAN WORSHIP |  This summer, the congregation of Winkfield Row Methodist Church will celebrate the church’s 160th Anniversary.  The chapel opened in 1854 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel as part of a circuit (group of churches) that stretched through the Thames Valley Area, as far as Heathrow.  Many of the sister churches from back in the 19th Century have long since closed, however worship continues every Sunday at Winkfield Row.   In the 20th Century, the Primitive Methodists joined with the Wesleyan

Methodist Church and the Bible Christians to form the modern day Methodist Church.  Today Winkfield Row is part of the family of churches that make up the Berkshire Surrey Borders circuit.

The present day congregation offers a warm welcome to all who wish to join us for traditional Methodist worship every Sunday at 10:30am.

We will be celebrating our 160th Anniversary on Sunday June 22nd with services at 10:30am and 5:00pm led by a former minister, Revd. Brian Coates.  Before the evening service, you are invited to a strawberry tea at 3:30pm and we will be sharing memories of the chapel in bygone times.

If you have any memories of Winkfield Row Methodist Church down the years for example weddings, Christenings or other celebrations, we would love to hear from you so that we can share these as part of our celebrations.

Further details of the anniversary and worship of Winkfield Row Methodist Church can be obtained from the current minister Revd. Jackie Case  [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ] or the Church Steward, Mr Dalwyn Attwell ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

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Winkfield Row Methodist Church

methodist church, Winkfield

WINKFIELD ROW METHODIST CHURCH CELEBRATES 160 YEARS OF CHRISTIAN WORSHIP |  This summer, the congregation of Winkfield Row Methodist Church will celebrate the church’s 160th Anniversary.  The chapel opened in 1854 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel as part of a circuit (group of churches) that stretched through the Thames Valley Area, as far as Heathrow.  Many of the sister churches from back in the 19th Century have long since closed, however worship continues every Sunday at Winkfield Row.   In the 20th Century, the Primitive Methodists joined with the Wesleyan

Methodist Church and the Bible Christians to form the modern day Methodist Church.  Today Winkfield Row is part of the family of churches that make up the Berkshire Surrey Borders circuit.

The present day congregation offers a warm welcome to all who wish to join us for traditional Methodist worship every Sunday at 10:30am.

We will be celebrating our 160th Anniversary on Sunday June 22nd with services at 10:30am and 5:00pm led by a former minister, Revd. Brian Coates.  Before the evening service, you are invited to a strawberry tea at 3:30pm and we will be sharing memories of the chapel in bygone times.

If you have any memories of Winkfield Row Methodist Church down the years for example weddings, Christenings or other celebrations, we would love to hear from you so that we can share these as part of our celebrations.

Further details of the anniversary and worship of Winkfield Row Methodist Church can be obtained from the current minister Revd. Jackie Case  [ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ] or the Church Steward, Mr Dalwyn Attwell ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

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