Welcome to our Website

The Lizard and Mount's Bay Methodist Circuit consists of 15 chapels, their congregations and ministers. There's lots going on in the circuit, from coffee mornings to exhibitions, as well as youth groups and events for children. The circuit plan has full details on all these events.

Please  Pray for the many things happening in the Circuit

For more details about Traidcraft  or  our having a stall at an event in the circuit  contact 



Our Sunday Service can be seen by clicking here

For prayer and Bible study click here


Christians Against Poverty


Do you have a passion to set people free from debt, poverty and their causes and for offering companionship, hope and a chance to hear the gospel?

If so, you could be the vital new member of our circuit team, working across an area from Lizard to Marazion and beyond, based in Helston.

We are looking to appoint the right person to work for 8 hours per week, alongside our Debt Centre Manager in partnership with the charity Christians Against Poverty.

The closing date for applications is 8th December 2020.

Initial interviews will take place on 14th January 2021 in Central Methodist Church, HELSTON.

For further details and an application form, please email clericalsw@outlook.com or alisonjones@capuk.org or phone 07421 731333 alternatively leave your contact details on 01326 561140. There is a genuine occupational requirement for the appointee to be a committed Christian and they will have to pass an Enhanced DBS.

Verse of the Day

FREE phone service to hear prayers and news from the Methodist Church has been launched: (the content is updated weekly on Thursday evening).

Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514

Listen to news: 0808 281 2478

Another option is Daily Hope 0800 804 8044 a free phone line of hymns, reflections and prayers.  Please let those you speak to know about these phone line options which would be of great help to those without access to the web.

For information about Christians against poverty (CAP) please click on the button below: