• Welcome to Knaphill Methodist Church's website

    We are a friendly bunch of people from mixed backgrounds and all generations. If you meet us, don't expect perfection but do expect a group of people who are serious about following Jesus today. 

    There is plenty of information on this site to answer your questions about us. But if we've missed something, or it isn't clear, please use the 'Contact Us' page to get in touch. You'll find it in the 'Church Info' section. 

    Actually, we'd be glad to hear from you on anything to do with this site or living by faith in Jesus. We'd love to meet you.

    This is our Minister The Rev. David Faulkner. You can visit Dave's Web Site, Big Circumstance, by clicking the icon below. If you would like to e-mail him then click on MAIL.



    Website Content

    As you go through our website you will find information about our church. There are photographs of various members of our congregation and as time goes on we will be adding more pictures about some of the events that have taken place at KMC. You will also be able to read current and past editions of our magazine.

    We have our own  Weekly Notices  and  Facebook Page  which you may also like to look at.

    In 2016 we celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Methodism in Knaphill. We have a series of events planned - see the special KMC 150 page!

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    Click on the link below to listen to our latest audio files:

     Special Morning Worship
    Stephen, his wife Julia, daughter and son in law came back to us from Northern Island for this special morning worship as part of our 150th Celebrations. They both were members with us way back in 1968. They left us when Stephen felt called to candidate for the ministry 48 years ago. The readings were taken from Isaiah 61: 1-4 and Matthew 5: 38-48
     Thanksgiving Service for Barbara Hadlow
    This was a special thanksgiving for our dear friend and member, Barbara.The bible reading came from John 14: 1-6, 27. A poem entitled 'The Glory of the Garden' was read out by Margaret Etheridge. The Eulogy was given by our minister Rev Dave Faulkner.


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