Roborough Methodist Church has been worshipping in the present building for over 50 years (see history pages for more details) but that does not mean that we have stood still. The church has more people attending worship and becoming members than ever before. The church looks a bit like a smaller village church from the outside but internally it has been modernised. The church is warm and comfortable and has full access for those with disabilities (including a loop system and a toilet for the disabled). There is a small car park, ample local parking, level access and it is close to bus routes.

The church is alive with the love of the Lord Jesus which is available for all. If you would like to find out more about this please ask at a local church or come along and meet us.

During morning worship a mixture of modern and old hymns and songs are used (from Hymns and Psalms, Mission Praise or Singing the Faith). All of the words are projected but hymn books are also available. The style of worship can be informal but formal at times. The church is licensed for weddings. All Age worship with Parade Service takes place on Mothering Sunday, Harvest Festival (second Sunday in October), Remembrance Sunday and a Nativity Service on the second Sunday in December. A Traditional Carol Service is always held on Christmas Eve at 7pm.

The church is part of the Plymouth and Devonport Methodist Circuit which in turn is part of the Plymouth and Exeter Methodist District which is part of the Methodist Church of Great Britain.

As of September 2017, our minister is the Revd Alison Richardson and our Senior Steward is Mrs Janet Dobinson.