Pastor Richard Clarke
Mr Stephen Clarke, Deacon
Mr Colin Christopher, Deacon and Secretary
For many years we have held an ‘Over 50’s’ meeting for senior residents in the neighbourhood on the first Saturday of the month. The afternoons are quite informal and friendly and normally consist of hymn singing, a brief item of interest (often with a ‘creation’ theme) and an epilogue where we consider something to challenge us all from the Bible. This is then followed by sandwiches, cakes and a cup of tea.
We start at 3pm and finish at around 5pm, and we are very happy to arrange transport if this is needed.
It would be good to welcome some new friends to our meetings, and we hope you will be able to come.
If you have any questions whatsoever please do not hesitate to get in touch.
All meetings are held during term time.
Secondary school girls
7:00 – 8:30 pm
School years 3 – 6
6:30pm – 7:45pm (at Montpelier Primary School)
Secondary school boys
7.45pm – 9.15pm
The map below shows the location of the building.
The church is accessible from Peverell Park Road and there is a car park accessible from Glendower Road.
Here is the actual address for those of you wishing to program a SatNav:
Peverell Park Methodist Church
Peverell Park Road
We are a reformed Baptist church meeting in Peverell. Our aim is to worship and serve the one true living God in accordance with the teaching of His Word (i.e. the Bible.).
We hold public services on Sundays as follows: a morning ‘Teaching’ Service at 10.30am and an evening ‘Gospel’ Service at 6.30pm. Both services are characterised by deep reverence and true Christian joy. And we would always recommend the evening service for a first time visit.
We meet on Mondays for prayer at 7.30pm and on Wednesdays for Bible Study also at 7.30pm
We hold occasional public meetings in the city (usually in Plymouth University) to address the vital issues of the day.
Morning Teaching Service : 10.30am
Every Sunday the service is followed by the observance of the Lord’s Table.
Evening Gospel Service: 6.30pm
Sunday School: 3.15pm – 4.15pm
And at Montpelier Primary School:
Sunday Club: 3.00pm – 4.30pm