Methodist Church

Methodist Church Clacton on Sea

Methodist Church Events

Minister Rev Andrew Bell
Sunday 09.45am 10.30am Prayer Meeting
Morning Worship
Junior Church
Tuesday 09.30 Cherubs Parent and Toddler Group
Wednesday 16.00 J.C. Club for 3 -14s
Thursday 09.3014.30 Cherubs Parent and Toddler GroupWomen’s Fellowship
Friday 9.45am – 12noon Coffee Morning – all welcome!

Methodist Church Tendring United phone 01255 688224

Religion & Spirituality Books Store

That’s the name we have given to the website for the Tendring Circuit
of the Methodist Church.
Our unity is three fold:

From September 1st 2010 the churches of the Manningtree and Harwich Circuit, the
churches of the Clacton-on-Sea Circuit together with two churches from the Colchester
Circuit came together to form the Tendring Circuit.

Three of the churches are in partnership with the United Reformed Church and another is in a Covenant with their local Anglican church.

Churches are active members of the Churches Together groups in their locality.


Trinity Wesleyan Church was built in 1877 and the water tower to the left in 1881. The road is Pier Avenue with Rosemary Road branching off to the left and joining Old Road where the water tower is situated. The roads are unmade and there are no kerb stones but trees, all carefully protected by wooden palings, have been planted on the verges of the footpaths. Pier Avenue continues into the distance where it joins Old Road, but there are no buildings yet on either side of it. the Church Schools Hall, which was built in 1887, is not shown in this picture, so the image of the Methodist Church can be dated somewhere between 1881 and 1887.