Godshill is the oldest Wesleyan Chapel still in use on the island, it dates to Queen Victoria's Coronation in 1838 and was a replacement for an earlier one built in 1790. Methodism as a movement has its roots in bringing the Gospel message to the working class and among the earliest recorded members were local farmers, dairymen, carpenters, builders, a shoe-smith, domestic servants and labourers. The 1790 chapel was well known for its devout and zealous worship which grew rapidly, necessitating a new, larger building.
The chapel is open most days during the tourist season and visitors are always given a very warm welcome. Godshill village attracts large numbers of visitors and the beautifully kept chapel garden provides a peaceful place in which to enjoy a welcome break from the busyness of the village.
We are a small group but we have big hearts and are always blessed to be welcoming people to our chapel.Contact: Netta Clark, 840930, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Open the Book
A group comprised of committed Christians who meet, plan, practice and delver an assembly at Godshill Primary School. Wednesdays at 9.30am, alternating between practise at the church and delivery at the school. For more details please contact Helen Millward, 854052.
- Prayer Group
Every Thursday evening at 6:30pm we hold "Prayer and Share". A time of encouragement and fellowship as we meet together to pray.
- Sunday Clubs
Group meets on the second Sunday of the month. The young people meet in the room at the back of the church. For further information please contact Rev Helen Millward 01983 854052.
Every Monday at 2-00pm Crafty ladies meet together in the school room at the back of the chapel for a time of craft work and chatter. They are a friendly bunch and would gladly welcome you should you care to drop in and join them even if it's only for a cuppa and chat.
Every 2nd Tuesday in the month the Lunch Club takes place at 12-30pm. It is popular and well attended but there is always room for more. Why not come and join us... the food is very good and the company even better.
Every Thursday evening at 6-30pm we hold "Prayer and Share". A time of encouragement and fellowship as we meet together to pray.
Every last Thursday in the month the NHS Hearing Aid drop in clinic is held in the chapel between 10-00am until 11-00am. At the same time a coffee morning takes place in the school room at the back of the church.