There has been a Methodist presence in Yatton for around 200 years. We have been worshiping in the current building since the late 1800s.
The Methodist movement was begun by John Wesley in the 1700s and his influence was significant both in the Christian church and in society in general. The Wesleyan emphasis on God’s grace, acceptance, welcome and social concern was felt far and wide, and Methodist churches are today found all around the world.
At Yatton Methodist Church, those same emphases still influence our priorities as a church. Our roots are part of who we are today, and continue to shape the life of the church as we continue to serve in our community and share the good news of God’s love and grace, freely offered to all.