Barton upon Humber


Sunday Worship & Junior Church (during term time):
10.00 am (everybody welcome)

Address:   Chapel Lane,  Barton-upon-Humber,  DN18 5PJ

Minister in pastoral charge:  Rev Enid Knowles   01652 680683

Contact minister for enquiries regarding baptisms, marriages & funerals


Barton Churches Together have set up a space for Prayer Ribbons outside Trinity Methodist Church in Barton. People are invited to bring their own ribbons and tie them to the railings on Chapel Lane as a way of praying for or remembering someone.

There are prayers on the railings that you might like to use or you can simply tie a ribbon to remember someone. When the ribbons are taken down they will be made into artwork which will be displayed in our churches as a memory of this time.


Barton Trinity Methodist Church has been on this site since 1816, and the present building was opened in 1861, and is a Grade 2 listed building.

We offer a warm welcome to all, and believe that we exist to glorify God, make Jesus better known, serve God with gladness, both in the church and in the world, challenge injustice, and grow as disciples of Jesus Christ, learning more about him through prayer and bible study.

There are special services throughout the year for the great Christian festivals of Harvest Festival, Advent, Christmas, Covenant, Lent and Holy Week, Good Friday and Easter Day, Pentecost Sunday and others.

Holy Communion is available regularly.

We try to offer friendship, fun, and often food, through various activities within the church:

Regular Church Meetings:

(1st & 3rd)  Informal singing group, 6.30, church.

‘Natter with a bit of craft’

Wednesday Fellowship – 1st & 3rd Wendesdays 2.30pm – (with varied speakers and a cup of tea)
Badminton – many Wednesday evenings 7.30
Choral group 7.30pm

Older persons lunch, 12 noon, hall.
Woodworking club 9am
Physically handicapped & able-bodied group – pm
Thursday lunches for anyone over 50 (last Thursday of the month – hall.

Beetle drive – second Friday, 7pm, Hall.

Coffee morning, 10.00 – 12.00, hall.
Second-hand book sale & coffee morning (second Saturday)
New Age Kurling, 2-4pm, hall, alternate Saturdays. All welcome.

Craft and natter – during an evening in the week.
Short mat bowls (during the winter)
Scottish Dancing
Weight Watchers – Contact Hazel – 07926 196437
Bible Study & Prayer Groups
Annual Horticultural Society Produce Show during the Summer (see notices)

Rooms are used by various local community groups for meetings, and rooms/lecture hall are available for hire and regularly used for children’s parties.

For Hall/Room booking enquiries, please contact:  
01652 633123

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