Welcome to the
Peasedown St John
Methodist Church Website

We extend the love of Jesus Christ to you and invite you to join with us through this site, or in the various church programmes and activities, or in opportunities for worship, in learning how Christ loves and how that love may grow within us and through us.

If you have visited us we trust you have experienced the presence of God and sensed the friendliness of the People.

Our goal as a church is to love as Christ loved and to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ through its variety of worship services, through spiritual development, outreach and mission.

We would like to know you better and would encourage you to contact us by email or better still come and visit us, we would love that.


North East Somerset and Bath Methodist Circuit

has a vacancy for a

Part time Children & Family Worker

for Peasedown St John Methodist Church

We are looking for someone with a vibrant Christian Faith;

To build on our successful work with young people and their families, and to lead and energise our children’s work and nurture their
Christian Faith.

To pioneer new ways of reaching out to children and their families

15 hours per week
Basic salary £7800 per annum

Commencing as soon as possible after appointment

An information and application pack is available,
please contact Jill Souter at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Closing date for application August 21st 2017
Interviews week commencing September 5th 2017

An occupational requirement exists for the post-holder to be a practising Christian in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
The appointment requires an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

Golden Years - Holiday at Home

On Thursday 6th & Friday 7th July we welcomed around 50 people to this year's Golden Years - Holiday at Home. On Thursday morning a variety of crafts were on offer, after which lunch was served. In the afternoon there was entertainment from the Somer Valley Singers, who were delighted to stay for tea. On Friday a coach took everyone to Dobbies in Shepton Mallet for lunch, followed by Burnham for an ice-cream, rounded off with a ride through Cheddar and a final photo in front of the Church.