Wymington Chapel has a congregation of about a dozen people, including a small number of children. We meet at 10.00 am on most Sunday mornings
The first Sunday in every month is All-Age Worship, usually led by a visiting preacher, beginning with adults and children together, then the children go into their own group. (When there is a fifth Sunday in the month we also follow this pattern).
The second Sunday is a Communion service (where children are welcome), followed by “Exploring Faith”, a time of teaching and discussion about our understanding of the Gospel, usually ending about 11.15 or a little later.
– third Sunday is Cafe Church, with the day’s newspapers, and a Bible reading- in our discussion we try to relate the two together.
– on the fourth Sunday of the month we go to the 9.30 am Family Eucharist at St Lawrence, and in the summer and autumn we have an evening service at 6.00 pm, joined by friends from St Lawrence and from the two Wesleyan Reform churches in nearby Rushden.
We are currently discussing with St Lawrence Parish Church the pattern of our worship, and these details may change in the near future.
Monthly on a Thursday evening (usually before the fourth Sunday in the month) there is Soup and Bread at 6.00 pm, followed by discussion on a passage from the Bible from 6.30 to 7.30 pm.
A Carer and Toddler group meets on Tuesday mornings during school terms from 9.00 to 11.30 am.
We belong to the local Wellingborough Circuit of the Wesleyan Reform Union, a small denomination which traces its origins to the Methodist movement in Britain. For more information about this, see http://www.thewru.com Our minister is Revd Ian Fall, whose main church is the Wellingborough Road Mission Church in Rushden.