Glastonbury is a town of many faiths which has a strong Christian Tradition. The Christian presence in the town is maintained and grown by the six churches who join together in Churches Together in Glastonbury. The churches each have their own page from the links below and on the left hand bar.
Access to all churches is currently limited due to the virus crisis. Not all of the churches in Glastonbury are opening for prayer at this time. Details of which churches are open for prayer and the times can be found in the features section. Services are also resuming in some instances and details will be given for each church on their page when known.
St John's Church Of England - the Parish church where civic services are held. This church was extensively refurbished on 2019 and reopened in February 2020.
St Benedict's - Church of England
Glastonbury Methodist Church - Methodist
Our Lady St Mary of Glastonbury - Roman Catholic - a Marian Shrine church. St Mary's is now host to a small Benedictine community serving Glastonbury and a number of other local parishes.
Grace community church - working under the banner of Lifelink International.
Associated Venues and charities
Glastonbury Abbey - with St Patrick's chapel
Abbey House - Former retreat House now part of Glastonbury Abbey and used for events, workshops, dining and more.
St Margaret's chapel - and old chapel with almshouses run as a charitable trust
Glastonbury Bridging the Gap - the local foodbank Registered Charity number 1180479