Sunday worship

Our weekly services are at 10.30am and are held in the upstairs sanctuary area which is accessible by stairs or lift.  Worship lasts for an hour and include prayers, singing, readings from the Bible and a talk.  Everyone is very welcome to attend and refreshments are served afterwards. 

Please see details of our forthcoming services below.  

  • October 24th  - led by Geoff Waterhouse
  • October 31st - local arrangement 
  • November 7th - led by Charles Rajkumar
  • November 14th - Remembrance Sunday, led by Deacon Kathy Johnson
  • November 21st - Christ our King, led by our minister, Rev'd Claudia Lupi 
  • November 28th - First Sunday of Advent, local arrangement
Dates for December will follow soon but in the mean time, please note the following two dates for your diaries:

Our much-loved annual Candlelit Carol Service is on
Sunday 19th December at 4.30pm. All are very welcome to attend.

Our Christmas morning worship will be held at the revised time of 11am on Saturday 25th December and not at 10.30am as printed in the Churches Together in Barnes Christmas Card.  Do please join us for our Christmas celebration which will be led by our minister, Rev'd Claudia Lupi.

We ask that you continue to wash or sanitise your hands on entry to the church and wear a mask for our services. Chairs are still spaced for social distancing and we ask that everyone is mindful of each other.

Worship online

We know that not everyone will be comfortable to attend in person and so services will be continue to be broadcast from Hounslow and Putney Methodist Churches, with a recording available afterwards.


You can join all of the Sunday services at Putney via Zoom. We are not able to advertise the log-in details here but you can obtain them from minister, Rev'd Geoffrey Farrar, beforehand. Please e-mail him here.

If you wish to join worship at Hounslow, please see their website for live links and recordings.


You can also see recordings of services afterwards on our Circuit's Youtube page here. They are usually posted by Sunday evening. 

Other means of worshipping together

The Methodist Church of Great Britain is also co-ordinating 'worship at home' resources and its national website has links to a number of churches currently offering 'livestream' worship on Sunday mornings here.

ROOTS is kindly producing free material for children and young people as well during this time.

The BBC is also broadcasting a number of worship services at this time, here.