Church Services

Church is changing

During the coronavirus outbreak, regular church services and activities are suspended - check News items for what's going on instead.

What you can expect at one of our services

Currently church services are suspended while we are in lockdown to keep everyone safe from Coronavirus. Usually there are a wealth of services on offer, so when services resume, what can you expect?

The team encompasses 16 churches in villages across the Vale of Pewsey, each has its own character influenced by its congregation and ministers. At all you can expect a warm welcome, and a service intended to help you engage with worshipping God.

Some services will be traditional, following a familiar format; others are more informal, such as Sunday@6 at St’ Johns; some are aimed at families – Stepping Stones at St. Johns; and various all-age services designed to bring the whole church family together in worship.

Some will have refreshments afterwards for an extra time to meet each other and talk, building our communities.

In regular times the buildings are open in daylight hours throughout the week, so anyone is welcome to pop in for prayer, or a quiet moment.

We pray a safe time for you now, physically, mentally and spiritually in this time of international crisis, and look forward to the day when we can again welcome you at a church service in one of our buildings. For now we hope to ‘meet’ you at one of our online services, please check our news items for announcements.