This Week's Services
Normal Sunday events each month
Built in 1826 as Redruth Wesley, in 1975 it became Redruth Methodist Church (RMC) with the closure / merger of other Chapels.
This Chapel, the third on the site, is one of the most prominent buildings in Redruth. It stands on the site of a Chapel built in 1760 for the first Methodist Society in Redruth, which was probably formed in 1743.
John Wesley visited Redruth several times, the first in 1745, when he wrote on June 19th that they were set upon by forty or fifty ruffians, which included being pelted with stones. In 1760 he wrote of quite a change. “So is this roughest become one of the quietest towns in England”. He also wrote on Monday 9th September 1765 “The room would by no means contain the congregation at five in the morning. How is this town changed”?
Stay & Play 10.00am - 11.30am for parents and toddlers
Stop 4 Craft, 2.30pm 1st & 3rd Mondays, 7.30pm 2nd & 4th Mondays.
Choir Practice, 7.30pm Wednesday.
Boys' Brigade, 6.30pm Thursday.
See calendar for specific dates
- Joint Fellowship / Bible Study with Rural Chapels, 7.30pm Wednesday
- Thursday Fellowship, 2.00pm, Thursday.
- Holy Communion & Lunch, 11.00am 1st Wednesday of each month.
Outlook Club (For Ladies), 2.00pm 1st Friday of each month.
Coffee Morning, 10.00am - 12 noon 4th Saturday of each month.
The Boys' Brigade meets at RMC on Thursday evening at 6.30pm. More details can be found by visiting their website.