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Welcome

Whether you are a member of Christchurch or visiting our website for the first time a very warm welcome to you.

We will be shortly resuming services in the Church, but numbers will be limited to make sure it is a safe environment for all. Unfortunately, that means you will need to book a seat.

For those unable to meet at the Church, do join us here online each Sunday for an Online Service by Clive, Russ and Suzy, and if you would like to get in touch and/or receive our weekly e-newsletter, please message us via the contact page.


Online Service – Sunday 18th April

The second in our series of “The Art of Neighbouring”. Our message is “Only One Thing Is Needed” given by Jean Balcombe and our reading is Luke 10:38-42.

Christchurch Kids

Jo from the The Little Worship Company is telling us our Bible story today over on the kids blog. Come and join us to find out what is in her story bag. 


Also see our Church Calendar for other events.


Christchurch is funded through donations, and our income has been dramatically affected by the pandemic. If you 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 love a cheerful giver.’

2 Corinthians 9:7


  • I love Christchurch because...
    It's my favourite place to be and pray for my friends and for me and my sister to play together. Its really fun going to Church and my groups.

    Bethany, aged 8
  • I love Christchurch because...
    I like being able to contribute to the service by writing and reading prayers and psalms. I always feel very welcomed and safe whenever I come. I also love all the activities we do in the children's club.

    Daisy
  • I love Christchurch because...
    I can be myself; Jesus is Lord here; we meet together in the name of Jesus. It's no illusion, it is real. I am sustained by the love, encouragement and challenge of the Christchurch family.

    Jean