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The Methodist Chaplaincy Welcomes You!

We welcome all students who wish to explore their faith in the context of an open, friendly & thoughtful community. You do not have to sign up to any particular beliefs – this is a place where very different stories can be shared and where questions are as important as certainties in the faith.

Methodist Contacts

The Methodist Chaplaincy team Steve Ward and Bruce Sawyer will always be pleased to meet with you to talk, whether or not you have any other links with the Chaplaincy. If you are facing a crisis, or if you just feel in need of a chat, let us know and we will be very happy to meet up with you. Han serves Korean Language Students.

 

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Revd Bruce Sawyer

Methodist Chaplain and Minister at Wonford Methodist Church

 

 

Email: bruce.sawyer@methodist.org.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 1392 256716

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Revd Han Sungil

Methodist Chaplain (Korean Church Minister)

 

 

 

Email: s.han3@exeter.ac.uk
Phone: 0796 1813123

Societies/What's Going On?

Café Worship

Every 4th Sunday at the Mint we have informal Café style worship, taking look at topical subjects from a Christian perspective, all with food and fellowship. 6pm for food, 6:30 for worship.

On Streatham Campus

The Chaplaincy team has an office on the ground floor of the Forum. It is normally open from 10 to 4 Monday to Friday during term time - you can contact or leave messages for the Methodist or other chaplains there. Chaplaincy events on campus often take place in the Chaplaincy Rooms on the first floor of the Old Library Building

MethAng

The Methodist Anglican Society (MethAng), meets in the Chaplaincy Rooms on campus on Monday evenings. As a student-run Guild society, MethAng is independent of the Chaplaincy, though with strong traditional links. MethAng also have a strong link to the Mint.

Methodist  Churches and Services

Come and join us in the city:

There are four Methodist Churches in Exeter. Each has its own character and worship style. Students and staff are invited to share in the life of the any of our churches:

The Mint Methodist Church www.themint.org.uk

The Mint is located on Fore Street, opposite Walkabout. The Mint is open from 9.30am to 9.30pm Monday to Friday, and for Sunday worship at 10:30am. Evening worship is at 6.30 pm on 2nd & 3rd Sundays and 6.00pm on 4th Sundays of the month.

The Mint also offers Korean language worship each Sunday at 10.30 am

Sidwell Street Methodist Church www.sidwellstreetmethodist.org.uk

Sidwell Street Methodist Church can be found near the Odeon Cinema. Sunday Morning worship is at 10:30am every week, with an evening service at 6.30pm on the first Sunday of the month.

St Thomas Methodist Church www.stthomasmethodist.co.uk

St. Thomas Methodist is at the top of Cowick St. Sunday morning worship is at 10:30am and evening worship at 6.30pm.

Wonford Methodist Church www.wonfordmethodistchurch.org.uk

Wonford Methodist Church is opposite Lidl at the meeting of Burnthouse Lane and Rifford Rd in the Wonford area of Exeter. Sunday morning worship is at 10:30am. There is an evening service each week at 6.30pm, though the format of this varies (from Café Worship and Prayer and Praise to more traditional services).

 

Places of worship in Exeter

The Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street, Exeter, EX4 3AT

Sidwell Street Methodist Church, Exeter, EX4 6PH

St Thomas Methodist Church, Cowick Street, Exeter, EX4 1JE

Wonford Methodist Church, Burnthouse Lane, Exeter, EX2 6NG


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Who are the Methodists?

The Methodist Church is a part of the wider Christian community. The Methodist movement was founded in the 18th Century by John Wesley, and it has about 70 million members worldwide.

Methodists have always been clear that no one is beyond the reach of God’s love. Salvation is there for everyone who turns to God, and not just for a chosen few.

Methodist Churches seek to be inclusive, welcoming to those of all faiths, nationalities and lifestyles. We seek to:

  • celebrate God’s love in worship
  • help each other to grow as Christians
  • share the good news of Jesus Christ
  • care for the poor and the needy
  • challenge injustice in God’s name.

For more information about Methodism please check out our national website: www.methodist.org.uk