Stubbington is a very popular residential village with a good variety of shops situated between Fareham and Lee on the Solent.
There has been a Methodist Church in the village for 150 years. The present Church building is just over twenty years old and the hall, which is a lot older, has recently been refurbished. Situated between Mays Lane and Burnt House Lane there is ample car parking at both access points. The Church Hall is the meeting point for many village organisations and is available for hire.
Postcode: PO14 2ER.
Our main service is on Sunday at 10.15am and a time of fellowship often follows the morning service when we enjoy tea and coffee together. Communion is held on the second Sunday each month.
A monthly Sunday evening communion service is held at 6.30pm, usually on the third Sunday each month. Details can be found in the Circuit Plan.
A monthly mid-week morning communion service is held at 10.00am on the last Wednesday of each month and is followed by tea, coffee and Bible study.
We meet for ‘Prayer and Praise’ on the second Tuesday evening of the month at 7:30pm in the church.
Visitors are warmly welcomed to all events at our Church.
Tea @2 in the Church is from 2.00pm to 4.00pm on the third Thursday each month and open to the community at large, you can enjoy home made cakes and a good chat. All profits are donated to charities.
Craft and Chat meets every third Friday from 10 am to 12 noon.
The Church Hall is the meeting point for many village organisations during the week.
We have a regular newsletter,
for Church Information and Regular Activities, click here
for Diary and Events, click here
for the Minister’s Letter, click here.
Our minister is Rev Claire Simpson