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Bardney Methodist Church

Open Door Cafe

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Our services are shared with the congregation of St Lawrence parish church at 10:15 a.m.
The services are in the Chapel on the second and fourth Sundays and at the St Lawrence on the first and third Sundays.
On a fifth Sunday, a joint service takes place in the parish as announced.

Circuit Plan


Sunday School

We have a sunday school on alternate Sundays in the Methodist Hall.

All are welcome!

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Messy Church

Our Messy Church meets every other month in St Lawrence parish church. Please see posters round the village for details.


Welcome to Bardney Methodist Church.


Bardney Methodist Church
Church Lane
The chapel is situated on the bend in Church Lane, fifty yards up from the parish church. There is a car park in front of the Methodist Hall.


A Methodist Society was formed in Bardney as early as 1788, forty-four years after John Wesley's first conference. It is stated in the 1856 edition of White's Directory of Lincolnshire that the original chapel was built in Bardney in 1837 though this, almost certainly, was to replace an earlier meeting house probably described in a certificate of 1809 as 'the premises of John Smith'.