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Swanbourne Methodist Church
Nearton End, Swanbourne, MK17 0SL
Contact: Rev'd Donna-Marie Broadbent-Kelly
01525 240589
Contact: Mr Ken Harris
01296 720454
  • Jan 17th, 5:00 pm - Mr John Bush
  • Jan 24th, 5:00 pm - Rev'd Richard Atkinson
  • Jan 31st, 5:00 pm - Mr John Shaw
  • Feb 7th, 5:00 pm - Rev'd Keith Edwards (Holy Communion Service)
2016 Open Air Service  1
Brass Band for the Barn Service
Barn Service
Vale of Aylesbury Methodist Circuit

For now, and into the foreseeable future, in all churches we will observe a 2 metre social distance.
This means seats are limited so If you would like to attend a service you must contact the church first.


We are a small friendly congregation, meeting in an attractive village chapel. We cater for people of all ages and welcome those who just want to visit occasionally as well as anyone looking for a stronger commitment to regular worship.
As well as regular evening worship, we hold Family Services, Cafe Church and Family Communions at various times during the year.
There are also some United Services with St. Swithuns Anglican Church.
The Sunday School meets from 10.30am to 12.00 noon for a lively session each week except when there is a morning Family Service at 10.30 am
The normal Sunday services are at 5.00 pm
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Swanbourne is 2 to 3 miles east of Winslow on the B4032, turn right off the B4032 into Tattams Lane then right into Nearton End, the Chapel is on the right. Parking is on street.

Family Communion —

This is a reminder to those of you who have not been to a Family Communion that these services are open to everyone, and everyone is welcome to share in the taking of the bread and wine as well.
Jesus shared his last Supper with his friends just before his arrest and execution, and in joining in the eating of bread and drinking wine (unfermented grape juice actually), we are remembering his life and all that he stood for, and looking to share in all that this means for today's world.

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