Gawcott Chapel, Main Street, Gawcott, MK18 4HL

The Village Methodist Movement in Gawcott started out in a cottage on Main Street
before moving to the present building in 1868. The Sunday School was in existence
in the early days and children’s work has continued successfully until lockdown however 
it is currently on hold but open to restart if there is a need.
The Chapel has  been modernised and has a  disabled access. 
It has an open plan sanctuary, kitchen, small room and disabled toilet. 
We meet every Sunday evening at 6.00pm

Parent and Toddler Group
This takes place every Friday 10.30am - 12 noon.  It is a relaxed toddler group providing company and support for parents/carers with a chance for social interaction for their toddlers.  A selection of toys are available to play with.
Donations to chapel funds appreciated but not essential
Drop in Café 
Every Thursday we hold our friendly, free Drop-in Café from 10.00am - 12 noon where we serve coffee, tea, squash, biscuits and toasted teacakes.  It provides a chance to chat.  We also have takeaway portions of homemade puddings for £1 and we somethimes have a 'bring and buy' table including homemade produce, jam, eggs, cards and a second hand books.
(Donations to the work of the chapel are always welcome!)
Ecumenical work
The chapel and Holy Trinity church in Gawcott support one other in the work that is going on
For lettings or further information about Gawcott Chapel please contact
Irene on 01280 814361.


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