Church Road, Altofts, Normanton, WF6 2NJ   @AltoftsMC   


Welcome to Altofts Methodist Church. We are a friendly group of people who meet to worship God each Sunday. We have several weekday groups for people of all ages, as well as providing our schoolroom for the use of various community organisations.


You would be made most welcome at our Sunday services. Please see the noticescalendar or Twitter feed for details of this week's services and events. 



Revd Barry Owen

T: 07753 127 681


Sunday Services


10:45am - Morning Worship

for all ages 

6:00pm - Evening Worship

Please check the calendar, notices or Twitter to confirm this week's service times.

Holy Communion is celebrated approximately once a month. All are welcome to receive communion. Non-alcoholic wine is used in Methodist Communion and the bread at Altofts is gluten-free.

Weddings and Baptisms

If you wish to enquire about arranging a wedding or baptism at Altofts Methodist Church please contact the minister, Revd. Barry Owen.

Barry's Ordination

We offer our prayers and good wishes to our minister, Revd Barry Owen who will be ordained at the Southport Methodist Conference. His service will take place at the Linacre Methodist Mission in Liverpool on Sunday 28 June at 4.30pm; entrance is by ticket only. Revd James Morley, also from this circuit, will be ordained at the same service along with two others. Ordination services will be held for many other ministers at various venues across Cheshire, Merseyside and Lancashire. May God bless all who are called to serve God in ordained ministry.


As many people from Barry and James's churches will be attending, there will be no evening service at Altofts.






Accessibility Fairtrade
Altofts Methodist Church is committed to being accessible to all. The building is wheelchair friendly and there is an accessible toilet. There are induction loops in the church and ancillary buildings for hearing aid users. Large print hymn books and notices are available on request. Altofts Methodist Church is a Fairtrade place of worship. This means we try to use Fairtrade products at all our meetings and events; particularly tea, coffee and sugar. We also have a monthly Fairtrade stall after our 10.45am service.