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Thank you for taking the time to visit our website, we hope that you find it helpful and informative.
"At our very heart we are trying to be an Anglican Parish Church, a wonderfully diverse and generally happy group of people of all ages called together to try and build community by serving God and one another here in this place.
We take as our guide the very Light and Life of Christ which we hope shapes all that we do, our Vision, our aspirations, our worship, our prayer and all that we seek to be, individually and together, hopefully having some fun as we do so.
May God bless you and bring you His joy and His peace.
We wish you avery happy and peaceful New Year"
Revd Matthew Thomson
British sculptor and artist Nic Joly is placing 141 golden figures holding poppies on 141 war memorials across the UK and abroad, one for each day that the Battle of the Somme was fought.
From the Flower Festival 2015
...is a family of 4 Churches covering Banwell, Congresbury, Puxton and Hewish.
Our purpose? Building Better Community.
How? By bringing Christ’s light to the heart of it.
We’re alwayslooking for new and exciting ways to share in fellowship whilst being a pillar of support when needed.
If you have a heart for community then come join us, get involved you’ll meet all manner of interesting people!
Link to Barry Mathers Utube Video on St Andrew's Congresbury
Please click on the 'Worship Services' link to find details of Sunday and Weekday services coming up shortly. Whether you are just visiting the area or would like to find out more about your local Christian community you are very welcome to come to any of the services advertised.
Go to the 'People' page to find details of the Church leadership and individual contact details.
If you have any other specific enquiry go to 'Contact us' for contact details.
To get an idea of the kind of Church we are you might like to follow the link below which has some comments on a particular service recently visited.
The 40th Anniversary of the Swiss Air Disaster was remembered on Sunday 7th April 2013 during the morning service.
Three seats with a plaque of remembrance, for those villagers who were lost inthe air crash in Basle Switzerland, had been installed in the Churchyard. The money for this had been raised from collections taken during the Jubilee celebrations last year.
In a short time of prayer following the service these were blessed by the Rev Matthew Thomson
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