The original Chapel was built and opened for worship in June 1869. This building is still embodied in the present structure.
The booklet, Reynoldston Methodist Church 1797 – 1997 by Ian Campbell is a full account of the life and development of the Methodist Society in Reynoldston.
Reynoldston Chapel Today
Reynoldston Methodist Church is a lively growing fellowship, in the centre of Gower. Members are involved in a range of Christian activities across Gower and beyond.
The church itself offers a range of activities:
|Sunday||10.30 a.m.||Family Worship and Sunday School|
|6.00 p.m.||Prayer and Praise|
|Thursday||10.00 a.m.||Prayer and coffee|
|Friday||9.15 a.m.||Jigsaw – group for Carers and Toddlers|
|6.30 p.m.||Music practice|
For further details go to:
Sundays at 10:30 am
2nd July with Selina Taylor
9th July with the worship group
16th July with Rev Andy Walker *
23rd July with Cerys Davies *
30th July with Caroline Buckler
*These may swap weeks. t.b.c.
It was a privilege to join with the congregation, family and friends at the beginning of June to remember and to celebrate the life of dear Rev. Peter Dolling. Peter was a Minister in Swansea and Gower in the early 1980s. His tenure here in Reynoldston was especially associated with Beach Missions that he ran in partnership with Rev. Aidan Burn-Murdoch of St. George’s Church.
In more recent years it was often as much as Peter was able to do to simply make it to Chapel, and sit in one of the arm chairs and enjoy the service; yet at other times he would passionately preach and share his heart of love for God and for the people.
He was always a gentle, affirming, thoughtful, faith-full! A tribute to Peter appears elsewhere in RN. We give thanks for Peter’s life, his love, his friendship and faith, and we remember Pauline, Rob, Angus and Andrea in our prayers.
Rev. Andy Walker.
You can join us for informal, passionate worship and preaching every Sunday morning at 10:30, and for informal Prayer and Praise from 6 pm (come and go as you please). Visitors, enquirers, newcomers, sceptics … all are welcome!