Located in the centre of Colchester, serving a wider population
Providing a worship and educational resource for the whole community
Phone: 01206 572061
To contact the Minister by e-mail: minister@Castlemethodistchurch.org.uk
Methodist Church, Colchester has a range of activities which are
demonstrated on the links from this page. Anybody wanting more
information should contact the church on 01206 572061 or the
Minister, Rev'd. Alan Jenkins on 01206 793888 or by e-mail at |
Castle is a member of the Colchester Methodist Circuit.
As a town centre Church, Castle keeps a close association with other Churches in the town centre. Other town centre church web sites are located at Colchester Town Centre Churches
The Minister appointed to Castle Methodist Church is Rev'd. Alan Jenkins.
Services are held every Sunday morning at 10.30 am with Holy Communion normally held on the first Sunday of each month. Evening
services are shared with members of the Town Centre Parish and are
held at 6.30 pm (4.30 pm for services in January and February), the services are all held at Castle, with evening Holy Communion on the third Sunday of eachmonth. Preaching at the evening services is shared by ordained and lay preachers from both the Methodist Circuit and the Town Centre Parish.
Located next to the world famous Colchester Castle, Castle Methodist Church is built on a site which was originally occupied by the 'great round meeting house', built at the time that John Wesley was travelling round the country, forming societies and preaching. He visited Colchester on a number of occasions and preached in the 'great round meeting house'. The pulpit used by him survives and is on display in the church.
The present building was brought into use in 1970 when the site at Culver Street was taken over by developers. British Home Stores now occupies the Culver Street site.
There are a wide range of activities take place in the Church each week, as can be seen from the links available from this page.
Sunday services are held at 10.30 am and 6.30 pm. Holy Communion normally takes place on the first Sunday of each month during the morning service and on the third Sunday at the evening service. .
The Church has a covenant of co-operation with the Anglican town centre parish consisting of St. Botolph's and St. Peter's Church's.
To contact the Church, please telephone (0)1206 572061. If nobody is present please leave a message and you will be called back as soon as possible. The Church office is manned on Thursday mornings and there is always somebody present on Saturday mornings. The 'phone is unlikely to be answered during service times.
Coffee mornings are held between 10.00 am and midday on Saturdays. Anybody wanting to make contact, or just wanting refreshment is welcome to come to the church lounge (accessible from the car park) on these mornings.