Welcome to Christians Together in Minehead
Discover how the christians from churches in Minehead and Alcombe are sharing and working together.
We hope you'll visit our forthcoming events and joint services. Please see the What's on in Minehead section for details.
To find out about our individual churches and service times please click Churches
New on our website:
Thy Kingdom come:
"I cannot remember in my life anything that I've been involved in where I
have sensed so clearly the work of the Spirit " Archbishop Justin Welby.
Archbishop Justin hopes to see every Church join this global wave of prayer.
To read about this global wave of prayer please follow this link:
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Welcome to a Quiet half-hour with Minehead Quakers followed by a soup, bread and cheese lunch and time to meet each other;
First Fridays of each month at 12.30 p.m. (i.e. Feb 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, Aug 4, Sept 1, Oct 6, Nov 3, Dec 1)
in the Quaker Meeting House, 9 Bancks Street, Minehead (opposite the Library)
The quiet of a Quaker Meeting is a time for peaceful reflection, prayer and renewal in the company of others . All welcome
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Please join us for a Community Meal
on alternate Wednesdays, from Wednesday November 30th at The Beach Hotel right on the sea front in Minehead - Everyone is welcome
Come and share with us a delicious 2 course supper. There is a donation request of £5 per person. All meal donations go towards paying for free meals offered by the West Somerset food cupboard. The meal will be held on alternative Wednesday evenings after the 21st September, just come along at any time between 5pm and 6.00pm - We would love to see you.
This is a chance to mix with the community, and to help offer a free evening meal out for those accessing the food bank and to EAT. This social event is designed to bring together all areas of the community to eat, talk, discus and enjoy. We are happy for you just to come for a tea or coffee and mingle.
Please ring the hotel to let us know you will be coming on 01643 704765
West Somerset Food Cupboard March 2017
Food parcels since the project began in 2007 - 8451
Food parcels so far this year - 378
We continue to send out between thirty and forty food parcels every week. The need is clearly evident and I fear is unlikely to lessen in the near future. Over the past few weeks I have been introduced to a number of families who are working at two or three jobs to make ends meet but are still struggling.
We now have a good stock of extras for Easter and are able to put a few 'goodies' in each parcel. I know that these are a real boost for the people receiving them. In terms of our week by week needs we have plenty of pasta, tinned fish and soup but regularly run short of other items, particularly (at the moment) long life milk, cartons of fruit juice, cold tinned meats, such as ham and corned beef, and pasta sauces.
Thank you all again for your support.
You can read the latest Food Cupboard newsletter by clicking below > West Somerset Food Cupboard
To contribute in any way please contact them by email to: email@example.com
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To read about this year's Haines Award click > The Haines Award
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Employment Community Hub
The new Employment Communitee Hubs are currently in need of volunteers especially in Williton and Minehead. Could you help to support people with job searching, CV writing, completing applications and preparing for interviews or even the importance of confidence building? For details please contact Colleen Blake by email to
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Minehead Street Pastors:
In November, we were delighted to have a visit from Justin the Archbishop of Canterbury who has launched a programme of Renewal and Reform in the Church of England.
The Archbishop met with the 6th Form at West Somerset College for a Question & Answer session and then with all of the School Pastors.
Will you Join us?
School and Street Pastors are fully trained volunteers from all the churches of Minehead. It is drawing us closer together through prayer and action.
We are always looking for more people. Why not come along as an Observer to see what it is like?
Contact Audrey Williams for further information:
For more information click> Minehead Street Pastors
Somerset Choices A website for information and advice on care and support services in Someset. To read more - click> Somerset Choices