Cheddington Methodist Church

Cheddington Methodist Church

Minister: Rev. Donna Broadbent-Kelly - Tel: 01525 240589

We welcome everyone to come along to our church to share in our worship and other activities. Services begin on Sundays at 10.30 unless otherwise stated. The church is also open for prayer before each morning service.

Our church is one of 18 in the Vale of Aylesbury Methodist Circuit, whose website can be accessed via the link on the right.

We welcome Donna Broadbent Kelly as our new Minister from 1 September 2017. We wish her
and her family well as they begin their life in the Aylesbury Vale Methodist Circuit


Hello friends,

It’s always surprising how much children seem to grow up over the course of the summer holidays. I learnt some years ago that buying the uniform at the beginning of the holidays was never a good idea because as soon as September arrived the trousers that were too long or big around the waist are now too short and too tight around the middle.

Some of the best summers I had when I was a child, were those spent playing in the garden, climbing trees and falling out of them, making perfume using petals from mum’s roses, learning to ride my bike without stabilisers resulting in a trip to A&E and bringing all sorts of “pets” home such as frogs from the stream. I once brought a jar full of stick insects home that ended up breaking and for weeks my mum was finding stick insects all over the house and in the kitchen cupboards. My parents, of course, probably didn’t enjoy those summers as much as I did, but they are memorable and bring a smile to our faces when we think about them.
They say, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, and I think that’s true. There is so much pressure on children to grow up, to be independent and take on responsibility. The pressures of the world are hard on us as adults, so why do we then impose that pressure onto our children?

With us all getting back to school and routine it would be so easy to slip into the old routines. The pressures of school and work will soon mount up and before we know it, summer will seem a very long time ago. We need to try to keep hold of the importance of rest and relaxation.

There are only 24 hours in each day and we can’t do it all, and that’s okay.

With blessings 


Sunday 5th August Mrs Frankie Fisher
Sunday 12th August United Service at St Giles
Sunday 19th August Rev Donna Broadbent Kelly - Communion
Sunday 26th August 10.00 am Service at Wingrave
Sunday 2nd September 11 am at Stoke Hammond
Sunday 9th September Service with Holy Communion – Rev. Donna Broadbent Kelly
Sunday 16th September Local Arrangement
Sunday 23rd September United Service at St Giles
3.30 pm Rev. Donna Broadbent Kelly - Messy Church
Sunday 30th September Rev. Donna Broadbent Kelly – United Service

For all parents/carers of per-school children and babies, join us in the Chapel schoolroom on Monday mornings 9.15 – 11.00 during term time for a gentle start to the week. There are toys, activities and refreshments (including toast!) and a warm welcome.   Tel Nicola 662010 or Janet 660205 for more information.

OPEN DOORS – Friday morning 10.30 a.m – noon at the Methodist Chapel.
This is an opportunity for village people to meet/socialise each Friday morning and have a cup of tea/coffee and a biscuit/cake. Contact Jeanne 662876 for more information.

For those people with hearing aids, we have an induction loop system installed and working in the chapel.

Schoolroom Bookings: For all enquiries, please contact Janet Banham,  Tel. 660205 or email .

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