About Hemel Hempstead Methodist Church

Hemel Hempstead Methodist Church welcomes everyone irrespective of age, background, ability, race, gender or sexual orientation

Hemel Hempstead Methodist Church was formed in 2005 when the five Methodist churches in Hemel Hempstead (Bourne Methodist Church, Cupid Green Methodist Church, Marlowes Methodist Church, Nash Mills Methodist Church and Two Waters Methodist Church) joined together.

None of the previous church buildings were suitable for the combined congregation and so a new church has been built. This new church is designed to provide a place of Christian witness and worship for the people of Hemel Hempstead and to serve the community.

Worship began in the new church building in April 2015 and the building was formally opened on 13th June 2015.

For more information on the building and opening of our church please click here
For a video of the foundation stone laying ceremony of the new church please click here

To find out how to get in touch please see our contacts page

We welcomed a new Minister, Revd Andrew Brazier on 1st September 2019. Andrew told us about himself in his September 2019 Minister's letter. To read the letters from Andrew please click here

Our Minister from September 2012 until Easter 2019 was Revd Vindra Maraj-Ogden. Vindra has now left us and taken up a new appointment as a school chaplain. She kindly agreed to return to take some Sunday services here during the Spring and Summer of 2019 and we said our formal farewells to her in July 2019.

Vindra was the second Minister of Hemel Hempstead Methodist Church. Our Minister from when we formed in 2005 until July 2012 was Revd Tony Cavanagh