The building was built in 1924. If the church looks victorian gothic with a steeple, that’s the St John’s Anglican church. Walk down hill towards the centre of town about 100 yards. If the church is has a triangular roof with a big window in the centre front, that’s the Methodist Church.
Parking: There is limited parking in the front (St Johns Road) and rear (Granada Road) car parks. There is on street parking in both roads and in adjacent streets within a residential area.
The sign from M27 Junction 7 refers to “Hedge End Village” as distinct from the Hedge End retail park “Sainsburys etc”, where you can easily get lost.
Buses and Trains:Lots of buses stop in central Hedge End which is a three minute walk from the church. Hedge End Train Station is a long way from the town centre.
Access to the Building
The main entrance is in St. Johns Road. Many public events take place in the fellowship hall at the rear. Entry can be made by following the path along the side of the building. All entrances can be accessed from both St Johns Road and Granada Road.
Special Needs Provision
Wheelchairs, Buggies and Bicycles are welcome in the front or rear of the building. We are pleased to help if you have a problem. Please be considerate about looking after paintwork. A variety of different seating arrangements are available. Hearing aid loops are installed in the main hall and the fellowship hall. A big screen is used in the main hall during sunday services. Please note there are two small steps between the main hall and the fellowship hall. There is a flat surface between front and rear doors.
Toilets are always available at the rear of the building. Refreshments are available at most events.