Welcome! We are a community church, formed as a ‘Local Ecumenical Partnership’ from the Anglican and Methodist traditions, with Christians from just about all denominational backgrounds and none.

At our core, we are a church for all ages and stages, where we can be one in Christ, grow as disciples and serve the community.

We meet on Sunday mornings at 10:30, except on the first Sunday in the month when we gather at 10am for our Families @ Christchurch Together service and have a second service at 11.15am (there are no children’s groups at this second service). Click here for a map of where we are.

We strive to make things open and accessible, especially for those who have no church background.


We currently provide mental wellbeing courses (LLTTF), Bereavement courses, a café for anyone who has been bereaved (however recently or long ago), midweek communion followed by coffee/lunch, Little Fish (our 0-4 toddler group), Alpha, Any Questions, Sunday Youth Church, Monday youth group, midweek Bible study groups for teens, homegroups and much more.

We also have good links with our local schools and nurseries with visits all year round, Easter and Christmas celebrations here at Christchurch and a midweek Christian Union in our local secondary school. We have also partnered with TLG (Transforming Lives for Good), a charity that trains church members to come alongside and support struggling primary school-aged children.


We would love to hear from you if you would like to get in touch and/or receive our weekly e-newsletter.
Find out more on the “I’m new” page under the “About Us” at the top of this page, or message us via the contact page.

Our Sunday sermons are available for listening from our sermons page.


Grieve Well Café

Grieve Well Café

Meeting on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 10am-12pm at Christchurch.
The Bereavement Journey

The Bereavement Journey

A seven-session course will be running at Christchurch Clevedon starting on Tuesday 9th April at 7.15pm.
Living Life To The Full

Living Life To The Full

We currently have a course underway but our next one starts on Thursday 6th June 7.30-9pm at Christchurch. Learn how to engage principles and skills that combine cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) with Christian spirituality.
Any Questions? Let’s Explore

Any Questions? Let’s Explore

Christchurch, Mondays 15th, 22nd & 29th April 7.30pm-9pm
Easter at Christchurch 2024

Easter at Christchurch 2024

Come celebrate Easter with us.
Bible School, Lent 2024

Bible School, Lent 2024

Every Tuesday 7.45pm throughout Lent
New Year 2024

New Year 2024

Wishing you a great start to 2024. We start the new year with our 10am F@CT and 11:15 service on the 7th January.

Christchurch is funded through donations. If you are able and would like to help fund our work within the community, you can donate online as a once-off or as a regular giver. Please see our giving page for more information.

‘Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.’

2 Corinthians 9:7


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