Chalford Hill Methodist Church was founded in 1823 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel and there has been a congregation worshipping at the church ever since. The church is a member of the wider Methodist Circuit of Gloucestershire and the Bristol District of the Methodist Church.
Over the years there have been several developments of the building, including a kitchen, two halls and an upstairs office space.
The facilities are well used by several community groups in addition to the regular 10.30am Sunday worship. The church works in a close partnership with “Psalms” through which a range of children’s and young people’s activities are sustained locally. The church itself hosts “Pulsar” every Tuesday evening – a junior youth club. The church members offer a warm welcome to anyone who wishes to participate in the Sunday worship, Pulsar or any of the other activities that take place at the church.