Welcome to the church in Clevedon
We may meet in different locations...
and express our faith in different styles...
but we have a common purpose....
to demonstrate the love of Jesus to all in Clevedon.
We love God and we love Clevedon! ....
Churches here are full of people who have stories of God's amazing love and power to change lives.
We would really welcome you to share in what God has done, what He is doing and what He can do....for you and for others!!
Turn to the CHURCHES page to explore the diversity of what the church in Clevedon are about in worshipping God and living out faith in everyday life.
For details of events... at a glance... until September 2016, look below. For other events, turn to the DIARY page
Turn to the ASSOCIATES page for organisations that are linked to Churches Together in Clevedon....Alpha, Andrew House, Aquila, Clevedon Care, Clevedon District Foodbank, Clevedon YMCA and the newly formed Clevedon Credit Union.
ALSO - see http://alpha.org/
"THE RELATE CAFE" started on Friday June 10th
and is now open each week from 9am-11.30am
at the Salvation Army, 37 Old Street, BS21 6DA
"The Relate Cafe" is offering a relaxed environment in the Salvation Army, where people can meet up with friends, have a coffee or just read the paper. "The Relate Cafe" is open every Friday. The different charities involved really hope that this joint venture will become a community hub of support and friendship.
A number of Clevedon based Christian charities have joined forces to better serve the people of Clevedon and surrounding area. Clevedon, North Somerset. The Salvation Army, Clevedon District Foodbank, and CAP (Christians Against Poverty) are all coming together under the umbrella of Churches Together in Clevedon to ensure that those in the Clevedon, and surrounding area that most need help are not over looked. For the first time these charities will be working together to provide the residents of their community with a wide range of support.
For details of events till Sept 2016...at a glance...here is the DIARY OF EVENTS