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In September 2013 the Methodist Churches at Radstock, Westfield and Writhlington united together to become:
Trinity Methodist Church


Trinity Methodist Church has an active congregation, and holds an important presence at Radstock and Westfield. Serving within the community is a priority, with involvement in Churches Together and the local Foodbank project. Additionally church members get involved with other causes further afield, such as; Christian Aid and the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal for disadvantaged children abroad. Church buildings are also used regularly by local groups.


Minister for Trinity Methodist Church - Revd Martin Slocombe

We have joint services as announced

Trinity at Radstock:
Address: The Street, Radstock, Bath, BA3 3PL

Services are held every Sunday at 10.30am and 6pm, with other services and meetings taking place during the week.

Trinity at Westfield:
Address: Wells Road, Westfield, Radstock, BA3 3UT
Services are at 10.30am each Sunday. Special services are at other times as announced.

Mission at Trinity

We collect for the local Foodbank that has been set up in our area by the
Somer Valley Foodbank, which is associated with the national group known as the Trussel Trust.

(please note we are not a distribution centre)

Christian Aid
Our regular team of volunteer collectors work hard each year to raise money in aid of the current year’s
Christian Aid project.

Operation Christmas Child - Shoeboxes
We regularly support this charity, with many of our congregation putting together
shoeboxes of gifts which are sent abroad to children in poverty. 

Bibles for Children Charity
 Trinity Methodists supports this charity providing Bibles into

schools. Gifts and cards are available at the Trinity Methodist Churches



This is a family activity on the 4th Sunday of each month at Trinity Methodist Church, Radstock. We start at 4.00 p.m. in the hall at the rear of the building and the afternoon includes a Bible story, song, various craft-type activities and tea, ending at 6.00 p.m. Everything is free!

Friday Club at Trinity Westfield

The Friday Club meets at Trinity Westfield on the second Friday of every month from 2.00 - 4.00pm. We aim to provide a safe welcoming space for people to meet with old friends and make new ones. There are various activities tea, cakes and a friendly informal atmosphere. Our next meeting is on Friday July 14th, a party to celebrate our first birthday. Do come along and join us if you would like some fun and good company.

Biblefresh – Getting to know the Bible in the 21st Century!

We have several groups meeting in Leaders' homes on various days & times once a fortnight. We have lively discussions using books, DVD’s & CD’s which assist in understanding God’s message whether you’re new to the Bible or read every day. From teens to adults you are welcome! For more information please contact

Trinity Westfield

A warm welcome to our monthly coffee mornings. Excellent food and company on the first Friday of the month from 10am-12noon.


The two churches that make up Trinity Methodist Church (Writhlington was closed 31st April 2016) lie close together in an area with a strong mining heritage. Trinity at Westfield was the first to open in its present form in 1869 in what is now the Hall (previously the Sunday school room), this was followed by the current main church building which opened for worship in 1898.

Four years after this and further down the hill in Radstock, building work had just been completed on another church. This new Methodist church in the centre of Radstock had its official opening ceremony on Wednesday 27th August 1902, starting with a luncheon in the previous church building in Coombend, before officially moving into the present building.

Eleven years later in 1913, at the top of another hill to the south; a group of miners in Writhlington were in the process of finishing construction on another Methodist Church to replace the ‘tin chapel’ that they had been worshipping in since 1878. The tin chapel was then used as a Sunday school room. This building has now closed for Methodist Church purposes  (April 2016).