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Sunday Worship 10.30 am
and also at 6.30pm

North Street, BA7 7AT


We are a Christian church and part of a group of churches known as the Somerset Mendip Circuit. We aim to welcome people of any age at whatever stage in their journey of Christian faith. We have been growing steadily in recent years but have plenty of room for you.
Typically around seventy of us meet regularly for worship on Sunday mornings. Evening services attract anything between ten and twenty-five people.
We have a wide representation of age groups with a strong Junior Church for the under 11’s and a thriving youth fellowship for the 11-18s.
Our worship varies from a traditional Methodist to a more informal, contemporary style. Praise and healing services have become a valuable part of the life of the church too.
We are committed to ensuring that you receive a warm, friendly welcome.


The present programme is summarised below and is open to anyone.
Sunday morning worship from 10.30 to 11.30 am
Services are led by the minister or a preacher from the town and area. We hope the atmosphere is relaxed but reverent.
On the first Sunday of the month the service will include Holy Communion to which all are welcome.
We have a strong group of young people of all ages. Those under age 11 meet in the lower hall. Those over this age meet in what is called “The Upper Room” where some lively debate takes place.
We have multimedia presentation facilities for use in our services with a sound system and hearing loop.
Coffee is served after most services so there is a chance to get to know one another.
Sunday evening worship from 6.30 to 7.30 pm
The services are often adapted and presented in a more relaxed and informal way. On the second Sunday evening each month we hold a service in a more contemporary style with emphasis on praise. The third Sunday is a Youth Service called ‘Fresh, for and led by those aged 11-25. We also hold Healing Services in which there is an opportunity to receive prayer for physical, mental, emotional or spiritual needs and the ‘laying on of hands’.