Cobham United Church


Cobham Methodist Church is now part of Cobham United Church.  We are situated in the picturesque village of Cobham in the beautiful countryside of Surrey, England. 


Please read below about our continuing journey as the United Reformed and Methodist churches come togther in Cobham as one United Church.


There are no more services at the Cedar Road church. 

Please click here to go to the Cobham United Church (formerly the United Reformed Church) worship page for more details on service times. 

You may also click here or above to view a map of the new location on Stoke Road.

We are delighted to announce that on the 20th May 2018 Cobham Methodist Church and Cobham United Reformed Church formally became Cobham United Church. The Model Governing Document (Constitution), was signed in the presence of Revd John Hellyer Methodist District Chair of the South East District and Revd Nicola Furley Smith the United Reformed Church Moderator of Southern Synod, at the last service by methodist members to be held in the Cobham Methodist Church building.

The journey began on January 31st 2016 when the congregations made the visionary decision to explore becoming a united Church, a Single Congregation Local Ecumenical Partnership.

The discussions led to the decision being made to unite on one site known as Stoke Road  (Cobham United Reformed Church.) Gratitude must be given to the members of the Methodist Church who with gracious hospitality rose to the challenge and recognised the vision for a united church. On this site we will share our resources and welcome new members of the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church, where members will also be able to choose to be members of both denominations.

Therefore all services will now happen at Cobham United Church (formely Cobham United Reformed Church).

It has been a journey that began in 2016 and will continue in these coming years as we look to refurbish the building and begin to develop the ‘Vision and Mission Statement’ to become the church God intends us to be.

We are in a time of transition so there is much still to be done but your continued prayers would be very much appreciated.

With every blessing, Revd Kim Plumpton


The church's main website is at

Cobham United Church

We work closely with and share in worship with

The Effingham Methodist Church

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