We hold a Sunday service at 10:30am every week, followed by tea and coffee. All are welcome.
We also hold a Cafe Worship at Cove evening service on the first Sunday of every month at 6:00pm.
Alternatively a Sunday evening service is usually held at Frimley Green Methodist Church at 6pm.
Wednesday Morning Service
We hold a mid week service on a Wednesday morning at 10:00am, there is Communion once a month, all are welcome. After the service there is tea and coffee available.
Guildford Passion Play 2018
We hold a prayer chain who meet regularly every week or two. The aim of the prayer chain is to pray for those who are in need. If you would like to add anyone to our prayer chain or would like to contact us for furthur information regarding this, please go to our contact us page.
Sunday Services 10.30am
5th January P. Smith 10.30 am
5th January Cafe Worship D. Betts 6.00 pm
12th January Farrar 10.30 am
19th January Rev G. Hoff Holy Communion 10.30 am
26th January C. Gawthrop 10.30 am
2nd February M. Raggett 10.30am
2nd February Cafe Worship Rev G. Hoff 6.00 pm
9th February Rev G. Hoff Family Service and Holy Communion
16th February Abusah 10.30 am
23rd February A. Goldring 10.30 am
8th January Reverend Hoff Holy Communion
15th January D. Hayward
22nd January Reverend Hoff Churches Together in Cove Christian Unity Service
29th January R. Simmonds
5th February Song Service
12th February D. Hayward
19th February Rev G. Hoff Holy Communion
26th February R. Simmonds
Cove Methodist Church is a perfect place for Wedding cermonies, christenings and funerals. We would endeavor to do everything you need for your occasion and to make it personal. If you would like any further information please contact out minister:
Revd Gina Hoff on 01252 517045
A mosaic created by the congregation in our covenant service on Sunday 9th September.
Every week the church notices are prepared given out at the start of Sunday service.
Eternal God, you set before us the promise of a new heaven and a new earth.
We long for the time when all is new,
when there is no more death or mourning or crying or pain.
We pray for glimpses of this hope in ‘the now’:
for new life where there is death;
for joy where there is sadness;
for healing where there is brokenness.
But also, we seek your sustaining help in ‘the not yet’:
may we comfort the dying and bereaved;
may we weep with those who weep;
may we tend the wounds of those in pain.
Inspire us, Lord, to live for a world transformed,
always trusting in your promises, all ‘yes’ in Jesus Christ. Amen.
Leslie Newton, Yorkshire North and East District Chair