Andover (Bridge Street)

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Andover Bridge St
Remembrance Day at Bridge Street

Bridge St. Methodist Church was built in 1906 though it was by no means the first, nor the only Methodist Church in Andover. In 1995/6 it underwent some considerable internal modifications. In recent years the Church has benefitted from grants from the Hampshire and Islands Historic Churches Trust, most recently £5000 towards Roof repairs.

The chapel has a seating capacity of more than 150, with chairs in the main part of the Church and pews up in the balcony. Services are held in the morning on Sundays at 10:30am and a lunchtime mid-week communion takes place on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Messy Church activity-based worship for the WHOLE family takes place one Sunday a month at 4pm.

You'll get a warm welcome at Bridge Street on a Sunday or indeed at either of the coffee mornings on Thursdays and Saturdays from 9:30am.

Bridge Street's minister is Rev'd Andy Fitchet (from September 1st).

The Church has no 'on site' parking facilities, but there are public car parks within easy walking distance and blue badge parking even closer. It is possible to set down in front of the Church but a circuit is then needed to gain access to the car parks. Parking is charged, apart from Sundays and after 4.00pm on weekdays and Saturdays. The two most accessible car parks are those to the north-west of the Church (best) and to the immediate south of the Church. Others involve at least a ΒΌ mile walk, or are not easily accessible.

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