Oakmere Methodist Church is a small traditional chapel serving the area around Delamere Forest. It is used for worship and fellowship, and can be hired to individuals and groups for retreats, quiet days, meetings and social activities.
Worship is at 10.45am on a Sunday and visitors are assured of a very warm welcome.
One service a month includes the sacrament of Holy Communion, led by a Minister (Presbyter).
The chapel itself is a small sanctuary, which comfortably seats around 50 people, with traditional pews. It is a well maintained building and has a warm and welcoming feel to it. There is a good sized hall, with tables and chairs for social events, lunches, space to do various activities. The kitchen is well equipped, with modern units and worktop. It has a large water boiler, and all the necessary requirements for groups serving refreshments, or simple meals.To the front and left of the building is a well maintained garden, with shrubs at the front and a large lawn at the side. A pathway down the right hand side of the church leads to a fenced and gated prayer garden, with benches, and space to think and reflect and relax. This garden is sheltered on one side by the rear of the chapel building, and on two sides by the beautiful Delamere Forest Park. There is a pebble driveway with space for about 6 cars, with more room in the layby in front of the boundary wall for cars to park.
Rev'd Jo Brown is the Minister appointed to look after Oakmere. She lives in Tarvin. To contact
Rev'd Jo about baptisms, dedications, weddings, blessings and funerals, please send a message via this website.
The address for Oakmere Methodist Church is: