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Kingsclere Methodist Church

About Us

Kingsclere Methodist church is a small friendly fellowship within the small village of Kingsclere in north Hampshire, belonging to the Kennet and Test Valley circuit.

Kingsclere is a village in rural north Hampshire in the U.K. Almost eqidistant between the large towns of Newbury and Basingstoke. The village community is a mix of rural and town workers with diverse backgrounds, skills and experience.

We hold Christian worship within our chapel building on a mix of Saturday and Sundays throughout the year. You may turn up to a communion service from the Methodist liturgy, a puppet show, a stop-frame animation workshop or a make-it-yourself with cardboard and sticky tape, it's all worship.

Our buildings are available for the use of the community, and we host diverse organisations and events. Our hall hire rates are deliberately reasonable to allow others to benefit from the use of our grade II listed buildings.

Please contact us if you would like to make use of our facilities.


The Church exists to increase awareness of God's presence and to celebrate God's love. We hold regular Christian Worship on one Saturday and the remaining Sundays each month, using a mix of well known and newer styles.

Learning and Caring

The Church exists to help people to grow and learn as Christians, through mutual support and care. We hold Thursday coffee mornings for anybody to sit and chat with your friends, which also happens after our worship services or young peoples activites. You can't have too much time to talk over a cup of tea.


The Church exists to be a good neighbour to people in need and to challenge injustice. We raise funds for various charities and support those in the local community that need help. There is a collection box in the hall for the Andover foodbank


The Church exists to make more followers of Jesus Christ. We believe Jesus started the transformation of God's kingdom, not in "heaven" but right here. We are part of the transformation, the result of which will be a fully human life for everyone.