Portchester is a village between Fareham and Portsmouth. It has its own castle, which is open to visitors and which was once part of the defences for Portsmouth Harbour. The village sits on the north of Portsmouth harbour and some parts of the village offer fine views over the whole of the harbour. Above the village to the north is Portsdown Hill with its Victorian forts that were built to defend Portsmouth Naval Base from an attack by the French, but never saw action. One of these forts, Fort Nelson, is now a museum and is open to the public.
You will find a warm welcome in our church for all ages.
Our church is situated in Castle Street very close to the village’s shopping centre. Postcode: PO16 9PS. We have our own car park with other free car parking close by.
Our Sunday services are held at 10.30 and 6.30. Many other activities go on during the week. Download the Circuit Plan for details on who is taking the services.
Our worship area was renovated a few years ago. Take a look at the Gallery on our website to see pictures before and during the renovation.
Portchester Methodist Church has its own website. Click the link below to get to it. We are also on Facebook.
Portchester Methodist Church Website
These can be found on the church website.
Of particular note is Messy Church held on the 2nd Thursday of each month. It is run in conjunction with the other churches in the village.
Our minister is the Rev John Mills