Paignton (Palace Avenue) Methodist Church is a Friendly and Welcoming Church by the Gardens in the Town Centre of Paignton, Devon. A Council car park is close by and there is on street parking (FREE on Sunday's) around the gardens in front of the church building.
Paignton (Palace Avenue) Methodist Church is
one of three
in Paignton which in turn are part of
Torbay Methodist Circuit.
Paignton (Palace Avenue) Methodist Church is affiliated to Christians Together in Paignton and has enjoyed a long association with Torbay Inter-Faith Forum.
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to provide a centre for worship and witness in Paignton for people of all ages to make and grow disciples of Jesus Christ”.
to open our church five days a week with trained listeners in attendance
to improve communication and to establish who is the community we seek to serve
Paignton (Palace Avenue) Methodist Church has over 70 Members
Revd John Haley (Minister) expresses serious concern for the future of Paignton (Palace Avenue) Methodist Church
We actively support LiNX a Christian Youth Trust interactive church initiative in Torbay
- We have a Church, hall and meeting rooms
- (Find out about hiring our premises)
- The Church building is over
100 years old, but the hall, meeting rooms and kitchen have
The Church contains a small group worship area as well as a Créche area.
We have a kitchen facility in the foyer of our Church for serving tea/coffee to passers-by.
Our Church is recognised by the Fairtrade Foundation as a Fairtrade Church and in order to keep the Fairtrade Status our Church uses Fairtrade tea and coffee at all its services, meetings and events.
We also provide
- Wheel chair access to church and hall
- Wheel chair spaces in church
- Toilet facilities for the disabled
- Baby changing table
- Space for push chairs in foyer and sanctuary
- Activities for the very young available during morning
in a carpeted creche area within the Church
- Induction loop sound system
- Large print and Braille hymn books
- Braille 'Good News' Bible
Find out more
Pages of interest
Something To Sing About
The Story of Methodism in Paignton in the Wesleyan Tradition
Cabbage Patch Crafters
Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month
- Hameln Visits
Visits to and from Hameln - the town of the 'Pied Piper' (der Rattenfänger)
- Useful Links
- Songs & other Music
- Paignton Methodists
Paignton Methodist Churches
- Youth Genesis Trust
Inspiring Young People with a Vision for Life