About High St Methodist Church

Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.
Romans 15:7

All are welcome!

At High Street you will find a welcoming group of people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures.

High Street seeks to be inclusive and welcoming to anyone from any background in any situation. You can find out more about Methodist Visions and Values on The Methodist Church in Great Britain website.

The church and adjoining premises are in constant use each day for a host of organisations and activities. Please check What’s On to see upcoming events.

The church premises are easily accessible to wheelchair users. We have an Induction Loop system in the church for those with hearing aids. Hymn books in large print are available from the Door Stewards.


The foundations of the building were laid down in 1841. The church originally belonged to the Countess of Huntingdon’s Connexion but became a Methodist Chapel in 1858.

We have a wealth of information on previous ministers and the church itself on our History page.

Read more about the church’s history on the Circuit Website.

Local churches also in the Thames Valley Circuit:

St Marks Crescent Methodist Church is in a residential area on the western side of the town. Sunday worship is at 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m on the 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings of the month.  www.stmarksmaidenhead.org.uk

Woodlands Park Methodist Church, also situated in a residential area on the western side of the town. Sunday morning worship is at 10.30 am which caters for a separate young church.

Cookham Rise Methodist Church is situated close to the picturesque village of Cookham about three miles from Maidenhead town centre. Sunday morning worship is held at 10.30 am with facilities for young church and evening worship is at 6.30 pm.

Burnham Methodist Church which is located east of Maidenhead on the outskirts of Burnham. Sunday morning worship is at 10.30 am and an evening service at 6.30 pm with an early start “shopper’s service” at 9.15 am once per month.

The church is a part of the South East District and a member of Churches Together in Maidenhead (www.ct-maidenhead.org.uk) and is just one of the 13 Churches that make up the Thames Valley Methodist Circuit – covering Slough (6), Windsor (3) and Maidenhead (4).

Information on all the Thames Valley Churches can be found on the Circuit Website www.methodistthamesvalley.org.uk.