We are one of the oldest established Methodist Churches in the area and we work closely with our friends from Arlesey & Stotfold Methodist Churches to provide an integrated and varied programme of worship. 


Our Prayer Wall For All

If you would like us to pray for somebody or you would like to share a prayer with others please write the details in the "Comments" section of our Facebook Page which you can get to by clicking on the link below:

Our Calling

The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission

It does this through:

Together we will grow through our love of Jesus Christ

What we believe

We exist to demonstrate and share the love of Jesus Christ with the community of Baldock through caring about our congregation and supporting the town and surrounding areas..

We worship each Sunday and work to encourage all  believers and non-believers to become disciples.

We achieve this by:

  • Encouraging people to worship in prayer, in fellowship groups and bible study opportunities
  • We support ecumenical activities with 'Baldock Churches Together'
  • Supporting the Church's mission by prayer

Assurance of God's love

If we have mixed feelings about faith, or are unsure whether we are feeling the right things, or unable to get away from feelings of guilt, it helps to know that we are not alone.

John Wesley wrestled with difficult feelings on his journey of faith. Although already an ordained minister in the Church of England, he did not feel he was truly loved and forgiven by God until the famous moment described in his journal for 24 May 1738.

John Wesley did not give up on his search - he actually did go and listen, even if very unwillingly. He put himself in the right place, and found that God gave him freely the sense of joy and assurance he was looking for.

Our faith rests not on our own feelings, but on the promises of a faithful God.

Services Timetable

Because of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the latest legislation we are not able to hold Worship Services as frequently as we would like to and for the next few months will be alternating our services between Baldock & Arlesey Methodist Churches: 

10.45 September 19

* Rev G. Claydon-Knights

Holy Communion

September 26

* No Service

October 3

* No Service

10.45 October 10

* Rev Bob Forest

Harvest Service

10.45 October 17

* Barbara Cook

10.45 October 24

* Rev G. Claydon-Knights

Holy Communion

October 31

* No Service

10.45 November 7

* Rev Bob Forest

10.45 November 14

* Rev G. Claydon-Knights

Holy Communion

November 21

* No Service

10.45 November 28

* Val Reid


Here is a link to our local  weekly online service:



If you need to contact our Minister you can email him:



Baldock Methodist Church

Whitehorse Street





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