Welcome to our District Website.
The South East District of the Methodist Church covers the counties of Kent, East and West Sussex and parts of Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire as well as Malta and Gibraltar.
We are a group of Christian disciples committed to following Jesus in a Methodist way. That means we want to put our faith in practice through worship, learning and caring, serving others and evangelism working wherever possible in partnership with others.
This website tells you about what the District does to support the work of our 19 Circuits and 206 churches. You can find out about opportunities for learning and development; how to apply for funding and how to get in touch with District Officers.
We'd love to hear your thoughts on this website so that we can make any changes to make it more accessible or useful. So if you have any comments, please make them by clicking here.
Worship during the coronavirus pandemic
A FREE phone service to hear prayers and news from the Methodist Church has been launched which is updated weekly on a Thursday evening.
Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514
Listen to news: 0808 281 2478
Below are Acts of Worship which have been prepared by Rev Dr David Hinchliffe, District Chair:
Please click here for the latest advice on Reopening our Church Buildings for Worship.
The Methodist Church has released updated information to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. The guidance and resources can be found by clicking here. The information is likely to change, so do check for updates.
5 January 2021 - Following the Prime Minister's statement on 4 January 2021, a new National Lockdown has been announced in England. Please click here to see the latest Coronavirus Guidance for Property issued by the Methodist Church.
21 October 2020 - Click here to see how the Covid alert levels affect churches
17 October 2020 - To read the latest update from the District Chair, Rev Dr David Hinchliffe, please click here
19 March 2020 - To read Update 2 from the District Chair, Rev Dr David Hinchliffe please click here.
17 March 2020 - To read Update 1 from the District Chair, Rev Dr David Hinchliffe please click here.