Christ Church, Nailsworth

An open and welcoming Church

Where Baptist, Methodist and URC members

Worship together as one community

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Tue 04

Women’s Meeting

August 4 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Sun 09

Breakfast Praise

August 9 @ 8:45 am - 10:30 am
Sun 09

Morning Service

August 9 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 pm
Tue 11

Women’s Meeting

August 11 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Sun 16

Morning Service

August 16 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 pm

Come and Visit

About Us

We are an Ecumenical Church founded by the Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed Churches working together since 1967.

Our Chapel has an interesting history and an interesting present! If you would like to come and see for yourself – please do, we’d love to see you! We do our best to accommodate the needs of those who are less mobile and we have a very good ‘loop’ system for those who need it. There is level access for wheelchairs and we have copies of large print hymnbooks.

Service Times

Sunday

10.30am Morning Service

Check out our calendar for details of other services and meetings.

 

News

Waste Watchers : Holiday Club

For three days of school holiday, a bunch of earnest volunteers, led by Andy Poole, Rev Helene Grant and Rev Mike Smith gallantly provided sporting, leisure and thespian activity for the children. Not all the children attended Nailsworth Primary School as their day job.   The highlight of the sessions consisted of water sports in…

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Memorial Plaque for Shortwood Baptist : Original Site

Reflection, blessings and prayers July 25th 2015  When Jesus made his final entry into Jerusalem his followers made a big fuss. When the authorities complained Jesus told them ‘If they keep quiet then the stones themselves will shout out.’ In many ways the stones that make up Shortwood Baptist Chapel building have shouted – not…

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