Meare Community Church

Categories: Facilities, Religion, Services

About the church

The chapel in Meare began in 1826 and was originally a Congregational meeting place. When the Congregational Union ceased to exist, it continued as an Independent Evangelical Church, run by its own members.

We are just a small group of ordinary people from different backgrounds, families and places. None of us are perfect or “good” in any way. We believe that anyone can know God’s forgiveness and enter into personal relationship with an extraordinary God through faith in Jesus Christ.

What do we believe ?

We believe that the Bible is God’s guide to life, showing us the way to live a fulfilled life in relationship with the Living God. We believe that when Jesus died on the cross. He took the punishment for all the bad things people have done so that, through faith in Jesus, anyone can know God’s forgiveness and best.

Why ?

The Bible says that God is loving, compassionate and kind. Jesus said that His followers should be known by their love, reflecting the compassion and kindness of Jesus through lives that serve the needs of others in the community and beyond.


When do we meet ?

11:00 – 12:00pm Worship for all.

Mondays: (term time only)
9:00 – 10:30am Music with Mike (Toddler group)
11:00am Brunch (Food, friends, discussion about the Good Book)

2:30pm Tea for one – (A meeting point for anyone who has been bereaved of their partner)
6.00pm Youth group (2nd & 4th Thursdays)
7.30pm Meare and Westhay Ladies Group (3rd Thursdays)

More information can be found on the church website or on our events page.

  • Contact Info :

  • Phone: 07514-520396
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