Hope Cove

Sunday Worship 6pm

In-person services have resumed at Hope Methodist Chapel and we would love to welcome you to worship with us.

While social distancing requirements remain in place, we do ask that you book in advance, wherever possible, so that we know that you are coming and can make provision for you.

If you would like to join us for worship at Hope Cove, please contact Sue Morgan (01548 560237).

We offer a weekly service sheet for home worship. These may be downloaded from our ‘Worship at Home’ page.

This cosy little chapel in Inner Hope square is a place of simple beauty. Nestled in the old village square with its neighbouring thatched cottages, the chapel is open to visitors daily.

Founded over 200  years ago, with an early history ministering to a rural and fishing community, the Victorian chapel has now become a place where locals and visitors alike seek peace and hope. It is a place for restful meditation where you will also find facilities to make a cup of tea.

We offer a warm welcome to our weekly worship along with friendly celebratory services  and events. Please click here for details.

Our weekly worship usually takes place at 6pm on Sundays (4pm from November – February) and includes communion monthly.  We have set up a running exhibition of our history from local sources and hope this will develop further.  Our mission uniquely seeks to engage visitors with our wonderful village and coastline, so we welcome imaginative use of our facilities for healing, retreats, arts, crafts and musical functions.

In term time we are closed to the public on Mondays from 9am-4pm.  The chapel is open at most other times during the day and we hope you will find it a place of blessing and peace. help yourself to tea and coffee.

Diary of events:

Regular Sunday services currently start at 6pm

From March to October our regular Sunday services are held at 6pm. During the winter months, from November to the end of February, they start at the earlier time of 4pm. 

How to find us

Hope Chapel is at the south end of Inner Hope square.

Hope map