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We are a vibrant Christian community from around the world. We try to show our faith in many different ways and look forward to seeing you soon.

Main Service: 10:30am

Special Events

Christmas with the Bell Road Band III

Start your Christmas the traditional way (three times now counts as a tradition?). The band are putting together their next Christmas gig with your favourites from previous years, along with a few surprises. If you are really lucky, you might even find out this year’s top Christmas cracker joke! Raising money for 1st Osterley Scout group who work with over 200 young people every week providing activities, fun and skills for life. Of course, the Café will return with drinks,…

Weekly Events

Gujarati Methodist Fellowship

The Gujarati Methodist Fellowship meet every 1st and 3rd Sunday at 2pm and are led by Revd. Heflin.

Praying Together

Our weekly zoom prayer group. Join us as we pray for each other, the world and anything that is on your mind. Contact us for more information or to get the link.

Bible Fellowship

Join our weekly Bible Fellowship at Church.

News & Letters

Pastoral Letter – Unbounded Love

This year, the Methodist theme for Lent is Unbounded Love. God’s love does not stay within the boundaries. We are reflecting on God’s love for us and for all, beyond the lines. As we prepare our hearts and minds for the mystery of the Resurrection, we are more reliant on God’s unbounded love in our day-to-day lives. We need to experience God’s sacrificial love in our lives bytrusting in Him alone. Where there is God’s divine love, there is forgiveness…

Café Together

Café Together at Bell Road has been open on Thursday evenings in November, December and January providing a free two-course home-cooked meal to anyone who comes whatever their need. Our guests range from people who are homeless or in temporary accommodation to those who are finding life very difficult financially and emotionally and are grateful for the meal and company. We have a wonderful team of volunteers mostly from Bell Road andSt Mary’s, Osterley, with whom we share the evenings.…



This week is John is exploring refugees and the bible? Why is God so often shown as the defender of the vulnerable? What does the story of Jesus calming the storm have to do with refugees? What does justice for refugees look like? Readings: Micah 6:1-9, Mark 4:35-41