Westbury Methodist Church


The Church was built in 1925, the Society formerly meeting at Warminster Road,  behind the then butchers shop and freemasons premises.  The present building has a beautiful high arch shaped ceiling, which enhances the singing of the congregation.   This with the movable chairs and Pulpit makes the Church building suitable for many different events.   For example a quiz evening is held in the Autumn followed by supper, invites are sent to all the Churches in the town, and a good response is generally made.




The church is located at:

Station Road
BA13 3JD


The Church is situated on the B3097 (Station Road) off the A350 and opposite the surgery and has a car park to the side of it.

Times of services

Services take place at 10.30am and 6pm every Sunday.  Coffee and tea follow the morning service. The evening service is held jointly with the Church of England, meeting at the Methodist Church in the Winter and the Parish Church in the Summer.   Easter and Christmas services are held with the United Reformed Church.  Our Church also has a Prayer Circle which is appreciated by members of the congregation.

Unfortunately we do not have a Junior Church at the moment, but if young people do attend a service an effort is made to accommodate them.


The building is used by many local organisations including Pre-school, Brownies, Arthritis Group, Quilting Group, and the Choral Society who practice in the Church and hold concerts at various times of the year.

Two buildings and one people: the story of Methodism in Westbury

Revd Ward Jones has recently produced a 30 page illustrated history of Westbury Methodist Church entitled “Two buildings and one people – the story of Methodism in Wiltshire”

Copies can be ordered from Ward at a cost of £5 plus a £1 for postage and packing.
Cheques should be made payable to ‘The Methodist Church, Westbury’
(NOT ‘Westbury Methodist Church’) Proceeds go to church funds.
Copies will be available from awardjones@wiltsunitedchurches.org.uk

The Minister

This is the minister, Revd David Coppard

He can be contacted at david.coppard@methodist.org.uk or on 01373 858805

He has pastoral responsibility for Warminster United, Westbury Methodist, Westbury URC, and Steeple Ashton.



Other key people

Minister with pastoral careRevd David Coppard
ContactMrs Janey Wakefield
TreasurerMr Tom Shaw