We're back!

Following over a year of closure, Pett Methodist Chapel threw open its doors once again for worship on Easter Day.
Underneath the masks we're smiling - honestly!
For us, it was a double celebration, as we got to meet our new minister, Rev Philip Wagstaff, for the first time.

As we continue to meet weekly, to comply with social distancing rules, numbers have to be limited but, if you would like to join us, just send an e-mail to contact@pettchapel.org.uk and we'll do our very best to squeeze you in.

For those still unable to attend in person, many options for online worship remain available. Our friends at Calvert Methodist will continue to broadcast a weekly service via Zoom (a link will be provided on request). Alternatively, 
The Vine at Home produce a weekly service to read at home or in small groups. It includes links to songs and readings, and is perfect for a short spiritual top up at any time of the week.

In addition, every Wednesday, at 8pm, we hold a meeting via Zoom, with a varied programme of worship, prayer and study (and always time to chat).

Finally, during the lockdown, Keith has been busy writing songs and re-visiting some old ones. At long last, some of his work is available for the world to view on Youtube. Songs are being added to the list frequently, and you can find the collection so far at The Music of Keith Miller

Post Office open
Despite the best efforts of Coronavirus, the twice-weekly Post Office service continues to operate in the church hall on Mondays and Thursdays between approximately 12.30 and 3pm.


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For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,
that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life  (John 3:16)