"A community- focused church, sharing the love of God through worship, caring and learning"
This is our vision statement and as a Methodist Church we seek to fulfil our calling through worship, by increasing awareness of God's presence and celebrating His love, through evangelism and outreach. We do this by sharing our faith, by learning as we help people grow, by challenging injustice and by caring as we give support to those in need in our community and the world.
Frodsham Methodist Church, a church in the Connexion of the Methodist Church of Great Britain, is located in the market town of Frodsham in Cheshire. We are part of a worldwide Communion of over seventy-five million people affiliated to the Methodist and Wesleyan Churches in some way. Locally, we are part of what the Methodist Church calls the North Cheshire Circuit and, in turn, the Chester and Stoke-on-Trent District.
There have been Methodist people worshipping in Frodsham since at least 1776 and there have been numerous places of worship since then. For instance the spire of the former Trinity Methodist Church on High Street in the centre of Frodsham is still a local landmark and the former Rock Chapel used to serve as the Frodsham Town Library.
Today we are a welcoming Church of about 150 members (and many more 'adherents', regular attenders and users of our facilities) offering something for everyone. Frodsham Methodist Church is based in the building on Kingsley Road in the Five Crosses/Overton area of the town. The building was completed in 1885, although it has been extended and renovated extensively since.