Hedge End Methodist Church

Our vision is to grow the spiritual and social life of the community through worship, learning, service and outreach.



The World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women

The president of WFMUCW is Alison Judd, our friend and local methodist preacher.

The World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women (formerly World Federation of Methodist Women) is a fellowship of such officially recognized groups of Methodist, United and Uniting Church Women organized in Units from the respective participating nations to affirm its purpose “To Know Christ and To Make Him Known”. National Units are combined within nine geographical Areas. The Area and Unit Officers co-ordinate programs and provide a global network for sharing information on program activities.

external website: “wfmucw.org”
alison judd “twitter.com/afterchrysalis”

The Madding Crowd

One of the Madding Crowd concerts is a historical musically enactment of the lives of John and Charles Wesley, founders of the Methodist movement. The band has a very good Serpent player.

The Madding Crowd researches and performs the church and secular music of the English village bands and choirs in the period 1660 to 1861.

external website: “maddingcrowd.org”

External Youtube Video: This video is not made by us but we think it may be of interest to our friends and visitors

Churches Together

We are part of the Group of Churches Together in Hedge End, West End and Botley.

The Churches in West End, Hedge End and Botley are connected together for the good of our community. This website is here to help you find a local church to belong to, get more involved with the church’s activities within your community or to contact someone who can offer prayer, spiritual support or advice.


We (at All Saints Botley) welcome all ages to our church which is in the heart of our village community. We hold a range of services, with a strong musical tradition but are about more than just Sundays, with numerous activities throughout the week.


We really enjoy the summer music concert festivals in All Saints Botley.

Bitterne United Reformed Church exists to praise and worship God, to reach out into the community in love and service so the joy of Christ Jesus may be shared.


We are friends with the United Reformed Church in Hedge End and Bitterne.

Street Pastors

Street Pastors is about Christians rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in practically responding to the problems of crime and safety. They are like beacons on our streets and I want to see them shining brightly in every constituency


We have had a street pastor lead Chapel Worship.

Nearby Methodist Churches

Our purpose (in Dibden Purlieu) is to worship God,​ to care for those in need, to encourage others to come to faith in Jesus Christ and to share His love in our community and the world around us.


Whatever your age or background, you will find Trinity (Totton) to be warm and welcoming. Whether you are a lifelong member or just thinking of visiting for the first time we hope that you will come and join us to find out what being part of the church community is all about.


We share a United Reformed Minister with Waterside and Trinity.

You will find a warm welcome at Woolston Methodist church. We are a small congregation participating in a range of service styles. Although we currently have no Sunday School, children are very welcome in services and we have a box available containing a range of toys for different ages.

“Woolston Methodist Church” “dalians.wixsite.com/dalianplayer

We share Christmas Worship with Woolston Methodist Church.

We are an active church (in Chandlers Ford) that seeks to discover God at work in our lives and in the lives of others. Through worship, learning, caring, service and in sharing the love of Jesus, we look to become His disciples. We are active as Christians in the local community and many groups find a home in our wonderful modern premises.


We share musicianship and church leaders with Chandlers Ford Methodist Church.

We are a growing church (in Shirley) with a heart for welcome. We believe that the Bible challenges us to ‘love God’ and ‘love people’, and we are constantly learning what it means to do this in our local and wider communities.


We are indebted to those who run the SJR Youtube channel when we closed the doors to Hedge End Methodist Chapel in 2020. For a while they were inventing new ground, and kept us going until we re-found our feet.

Romsey Methodist Church is a group of people eager to spread the Good News about Jesus Christ. Jesus showed us how we should try to live our lives, and by dying and being raised to life for all of us he has made it possible for us to experience eternal life with the one true God.

external website: romseymethodist.church

We go to Methodist Women in Britain at Romsey Methodist Church.

The Small Church with the Big Welcome.

“Northam Methodist Church”

May they be blessed! Building: as cold as ice, organisation: chaotic but fun, hearts: warm and genuinely sincere. Alas now closed down: there was a building, there was a roof, but neither was connected to the other 😦

Other Churches we have association with

Welcome to Holy Saviour Bitterne, the Anglican church in Bitterne … Our Vision: To be authentic apprentices to Jesus, living out our faith 24/7 in a way which blesses Bitterne & beyond. As Jesus’ apprentices, we seek to BE with Jesus, BECOME like Jesus, DO what Jesus did.

external website: “bitterneparish.org”

We share a Local Methodist Preacher and other Methodists with the Holy Saviour Bitterne which in the past was a joint Anglican and Methodist Church, having adjacent buildings. They organised a wonderful Wesley Hymn service in recognition of our Local Methodist Preachers long service.

Our church is a place to celebrate, share and explore the deeper things in life as well as make new friends and be part of the community.

external website: “stjameswestend.org.uk

We share a Local Methodist Preacher with St James and have been to several music concerts. We are very impressed by their website. We need to try harder. They also host the Southampton Branch of the British Cactus and Succulent Society.

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