Welcome to Falmouth Methodist Church

We are a large town centre church, serving a seaside community. We have a vibrant resident population and welcome visitors on holiday to our activities and worship. Please come and see us!

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What We Do

Falmouth Methodist Church - Fulfilling our Mission in the Community


Falmouth Methodist Church meets to hold services at the KCM Hall New Street every Sunday at 10.30am. We have an informal Café Style Worship on the first Sunday of each month and more traditional services on the other weeks. You can also watch our services on YouTube.


Bible Study is held fortnightly on a Thursday afternoon. If you would like to join us for the Bible Study then please contact us.

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We are part of the Falmouth and Gwennap Methodist Circuit and are enthusiastic members of Falmouth and Penryn Churches Together and participate in their activities and meetings. Several FPCT activities are held on our church premises.

Our Church Community

We are a gathered church. Few members of our congregation live within easy walking distance, and some live in surrounding villages. We seek to offer a style of worship that is accessible to a wide variety of people, with high quality music led by our organist or our Café Worship band. We are seeking to be an outward looking church, ever mindful of the community outside our doors.

Our congregation covers a wide age-range, and all are made to feel welcome.

Our Services and Events

Falmouth Methodist Church is a church that is well established in the local community and rooted in its history. It values that heritage. However, it is also a church for today, seeking to serve the needs of the present-day people of Falmouth, and to be a living presence in the civic hub of the town.

Revd Andrew MumfordMinister

17 Jun

Young Christians Climate Network

By Sarah Smith

We’ve got the YCCN (Young Christians Climate Network) boat in the foyer of church at the moment. They are walking in a relay from G7 (they started on Monday) to COP26, arriving in time for the summit in November.
The flag goes with the walkers, but the boat will stay here until it is transported to Exeter. It’s appropriate that it has stopped in Falmouth, because it was made here in the Maritime Museum. The hull is a wicker coffin.
Hannah and Will walked from Carbis Bay to Falmouth. Will is continuing with others to Fowey, where the flag will be handed on.

Wave of Hope
10 Jun

Wave of Hope for G7

By Sarah Smith


Dear Lord, ahead of the G7 we share our ‘Wave of Hope’. We hope that the leaders will tackle the issues of fairness, sharing vaccines, reducing waste and plastic and to make our world a better place. Amen

16 May

Light Breaks Through

By Sarah Smith

The service at Falmouth Methodist Church today was led by Local Preacher Miss Jean Whetham and began with a call to worship including the phrase, ‘grace to help in time of need’ and this became the trope for the service.