Madworthy & Eworthy

Madworthy, Devon, EX21 5AD  Eworthy, Devon, EX21 5AH

Minister - Rev Iris Bray

Sen. Steward (Madworthy) - Mr Ken Smallacombe
Sen. Steward (Eworthy) - Mr David James

Madworthy

Madworthy (Bethlehem) Methodist Chapel is a "crossroads" chapel built in the 1930s on the site of an older building.

Eworthy

Eworthy [Zion] Methodist Chapel was built to serve the Methodist community around Germansweek. The attractive building retains many of its original features and is well maintained. 

Services 11am, with the congregation meeting at Eworthy usually on the first Sunday of the month, but at Madworthy at all other times.

These two churches work closely together with a united Church Council to serve the local community and are two of the three Methodist chapels situated just on the edge of the growing community of Halwill Junction. The worship is largely traditional, but is well attended and there is a growing Sunday School and lively youth group who assist in some services. In recent years Madworthy and Eworthy have come together to worship as one congregation worshipping at two sites. We work closely with the Parish Churches in Halwill and Beaworthy, and with Halwill Baptist Church. Halwill is the annual location of Stowford Camp for oyung people with which the Halwill churches are very involved.

 


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