The Methodist Church in Gibraltar is a growing and vibrant community of committed Christians whose life is centred in joyful, meaningful worship, strong fellowship and prayer.
We also run a café, “The Carpenter’s Arms”, where you will find a ready welcome and wholesome, reasonably priced refreshments.
We can be found at 297 Main Street, just along from the Governor’s residence. Also on the premises you will find a Christian Bookshop “Words Aflame” with a video lending library. Both the ‘Arms’ and ‘Words Aflame’ are staffed by volunteers.
Prayers meetings are held on two mornings a week, there is a Ladies’ fellowship which meets on Tuesday afternoons and a Youth group on Friday evenings, as well as various House Groups which meet at different locations during the week.
Methodism has been part of Gibraltar’s history since 1769 when Henry Ince, a soldier serving in the Garrison, began a Methodist Meeting in his home.
The Gibraltar Church is now strongly linked to Methodism in the UK through the South East District of The Methodist Church.