Ruislip Methodist Church

Welcome to our website

Following the recent updates to the Government Guidelines and the Methodist Church national policy concerning Coronavirus, we are now open for Sunday Worship.

However, we are still observing social distancing and encouraging the use of face masks (unless exempt). We will still be making full use of our new audiovisual system.

Our Risk Assessment for reopening can be found here.

Should you wish to attend one of the services in the church you no longer need to book.

As a church we seek to live up to our responsibilities as part of creation and to deepen our own understanding of the nature of God.

At the same time we strive to participate as fully as possible in the life and issues of the community and the wider world.

The focal point is a gathering together of people on Sundays as a worshipping and learning community. This provides the springboard for everything else that goes on during the week both on and off the premises.

Please browse this site to find out more about all our various worship, study, and social groups and other activities.

Centenary Year

Ruislip Methodist Church is now 100 years old and we have received these messages from the

President and the Vice President of the Methodist Conference.

For up-to-date information on services etc. click the following link to view, download, or print our monthly news magazine, Grapevine.

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Our minister Roger Dunlop has now completed his term of service and wish him well in his next appointment. In the meantime we await the arrival of our new minister in August. If you wish to contact Roger with good wishes his contact details can be found by clicking HERE.

Ruislip Methodist Church,

Ickenham Road,



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"Expressing God's Invitation in the Heart of Ruislip"