Royal Wootton Bassett Methodist Church
In 1824 Primitive Methodist preachers first visited Wootton Bassett and thus began the work of Christ under a Methodist banner. Firstly in a cottage, and then in 1831 two houses and a garden were bought on the present site and converted into a chapel. New buildings, major alterations and extensions have taken place over the years, but the church remains on the same spot today. With increasing numbers over recent years, there are now two Sunday morning services, with one service for the whole fellowship on the first Sunday of the month. The worship of God and the extension of His Kingdom is central to the life and work of this very active community of believers.
Rev David Perkins
1 Garraways, Woodshaw, Wootton Bassett, SN4 8LT
Morning services - First Service in the month 10.30am Morning worship with Junior Church & Creche.
Other Sundays, Morning services @ 9:15am and 10:45am
Occasional evening service @ 6:00pm, phone the minister for details
Royal Wootton Bassett Methodist Church is situated in a conservation area of the town and therefore parking is limited. If you are travelling by car we suggest you use the town car park at Borough Fields (Sainsbury's) and then take a short walk to the church. The church is situated between the Anglican Church and Wootton Bassett Infants School.
See also the web site for map.