Tisbury Methodist Church
We are a community of disciples of Jesus who daily experience
the love of God.
Led by the Holy Spirit, we seek to show and share God’s love with others so that they might also believe.
We encounter God through vibrant worship and challenging Bible Study.
We are looking forward to welcoming you back to worship on Sunday, 2nd August at 10:30am
We have completed the Covid-19 Risk Assessment
worship will look a little different at the moment
but we feel so blessed to be back.
For those who are still unable to join us
there will be a Zoom service
on Friday evening at 7:30pm starting 31st July 2020
and we continue to have a service on Sunday evening at 6pm (see below)
please contact Denise for log on details
or if you have any questions regarding worship on Sunday.
Our text 'Prayer Phone' is 07376 648272
Sunday Evening Worship at 5:30pm for 6pm
Monday Bible Study 2:15pm for 2:30pm (John’s Gospel)
Tuesday Bible Study 2pm for 2:15pm (Genesis)
Wednesday Bible Study 7pm for 7:30pm (Simply Jesus)
Friday Evening Worship at 7pm for 7:30pm
You are most welcome to join us click here to e-mail Revd. Denise Binks
Meet us also on our Facebook page
The present Methodist Church is situated in the middle of the High Street. It has a good-sized worship area in the main church seating 120. A large hall adjoins the main church, and a vestry and kitchen are housed in an extension to the rear. Our extensive building upgrade and modernization program is now complete.
Tisbury is a large thriving village in rural south-west Wiltshire, situated 10 miles north-east of Shaftesbury, in the newly formed Yeovil and Blackmore Vale Methodist Circuit. There are good road and rail links. The A30 and A303 trunk roads pass close by while the railway station is on the main Waterloo to Exeter line. These, together with its picturesque setting, have contributed to its considerable expansion in the past twenty years. The village has a busy High Street with a good selection of shops and benefits from good public services as well as a state primary school. The many thriving clubs and societies help to foster an excellent sense of community in the village.