Yet, O Lord, you are our Father; 
we are the clay, and you are our potter; 
we are all the work of your hand.
(Isaiah ch. 64 v 8)

Temple Street

Temple Street Methodist Church & Community Centre is situated in the middle of a densely populated community in Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, England and the premises are used by many local people both for worship and as part of their daily lives. 

Sunday services are held each week beginning at 10.30 am and 6pm.  There is no set form of Methodist worship, but prayers, music, bible readings and a sermon are common to most services.  


The Sacrament of Holy Communion is observed every month.  In the Methodist Church we have what is known as an ‘open table’. In that you do not have to have been confirmed or be a member to receive the elements of bread and wine.

The acts of worship are led by the Minister or by Lay Preachers.  A Methodist minister often has more than one Church under his pastoral care and consequently he is unable to lead worship every week.  Therefore specially trained lay people lead worship in his absence

The present church is now 34 years old, and combined with the Church Hall is one of the most modern in the Stoke South Area.   


Time of Sunday Service:- 
10.30 am on the last Sunday in the month

 6.00 pm every Sunday

Weekly Activities

Sunday:-    12.00 pm Kaytells Dance Troupe (Winter)  

Monday:-    10.00 am North Staffs Carers


Wednesday:- 10.00 am North Staffs Carers

                           6.00 pm  3rd Fenton Rainbows (Girls Aged 5-7 Year Olds)
                             6.00 pm 11th Stoke Brownies (Girls Aged 7-10 Year Olds)
                             7.30 pm  Kaytells Dance Troupe

Thursday-:  10.00 am to 12 noon Place of Welcome Community Cafe
                          10.00 am to 12 noon Foodbank  

Friday:-       9.30 am to 11.30 am  Temple Tots

                        7.30 pm Stoke-on-Trent Methodist Singers Choir Practice

Saturday:-   7.30 pm Alcoholics Anonymous

Contact Details

Website: www.templestreetchurch.org.uk

Rev. Joe Adams