Gawcott Chapel, Main Street, Gawcott, MK18 4HL

The Village Methodist Movement in Gawcott started out in a cottage on Main Street

before moving to the present building in 1868. The Sunday School was in existence

in the early days and children’s work has continued successfully to the present day.

The Chapel has  been modernised and has a  disabled access. 
It has an open plan sanctuary, kitchen, small room and disabled toilet.  
We meet every Sunday evening at 6.00pm during the summer and
will be trialing an 11.00am service in the winter.

Once a month Irene and Judith hold an event called GiG (which stands for God in Gawcott)
where up to 25 children aged 4 – 11 attend on a Sunday morning.
Set around a Biblical theme or story, the children have the opportunity to play games, sing,
do something creative and eat!!
Anyone interested in knowing more about GiG (2nd Sunday at 11am - 1pm)
can contact Irene on 01280 814361 or Judith on 01280 812980.
Holiday Club
During the Summer and Christmas holidays we hold special events for our GiG Children
and any others that would like to join us. Details will be in the Gawcott Newsletter.
Drop-in cafe 
We hold a free monthly coffee afternoon (second Friday in the month from 2.00-4.00pm)
where we serve teas, coffees, biscuits and toasted tea-cakes.  We also have portions of homemade puddings on sale for £1.
Sometimes a Traidcraft stall is available and a bring-and-buy table.
Ecumenical work
The chapel and Holy Trinity church in Gawcott support one other in the work that is going on
  For lettings or  further information about Gawcott Chapel please contact Irene on 01280 814361.


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