We are starting 3 new homegroups at the beginning of November this year. If you are interested in finding out a bit more, please contact us using the online contact form.

Joint Sea Sunday service this Sunday

On Sunday this week, our church family is joining together for a service at St Bridget’s, Brean starting at 10:00am. This special service will be marking Sea Sunday. For more information about Sea Sunday, check out the Mission to Seafarers website. This is a chance to give thanks for all those who work upon the waters of the world, providing us with food, other goods, keeping us safe from harm, and providing leisure.

New children’s groups starting in September this year at St Mary’s


We are really pleased to announce that our new children’s group will be starting this September at the 10:45am service at St Mary’s. These groups will be for children aged 4 and above. Children under the age of 4 will find toys, books and colouring in the children’s area in the church, and need to be supervised by an adult.

All leaders will have completed the necessary safeguarding requirements.

Activities may include songs, stories, activities, fun learning from the Bible.

Normal Monthly Pattern (10:45am services only)

First Sunday Praise Service when we all stay in church, and worship is less formal.

Second Sunday Communion Service.  The children leave for their groups in the Church Room during the first hymn, and return before communion.

Third Sunday Family Service when we all stay in church, and the worship is aimed at all ages and children are sometimes involved in the service.

Fourth Sunday Communion Service. The children leave for their groups in the Church Room during the first hymn, and return before communion.

All are welcome!!  For more information, please contact us.

Churchyard Working Party at St Bridget’s, Brean

We are aware of a number of different jobs that need doing in the churchyard at St Bridget’s, Brean. We are planning a working party for Saturday 15th July from 10:30am-3:00pm and would love anyone who is free and willing to come along and help us to keep the church and churchyard clean and tidy for all those who come and visit.

Jobs that need doing include: raking, tidying, trimming, sweeping and cleaning the moat. Bring wellingtons and any tools you can and a picnic if you wish.  We will supply drinks, help and support. It will be a great chance to meet and get to know one another.