Our aim is to provide a welcome to all who seek to be nurtured by God’s love.
The founder of Methodism, John Wesley, introduced fellowship groups – calling them class meetings, early in the development of Methodism. His aim was for members to share in prayer and bible study.
Surbiton Hill continues this tradition with house groups, fellowship gatherings, pastoral care and a few meeting classes.
The Church exists to be a good neighbour to people in need. Surbiton Hill Methodist Church should be a safe place of mutual care, where those within the body of Christ and those in the neighbourhood feel valued, loved and respected. Such valuing contributes to individual well-being, stronger relationships, and is a witness to Christ.
‘It is a place where people matter.’