CTiM Christians Together in Minehead

Individual churches of Minehead and Alcombe may be members of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, and one of the four national ecumenical organisations, through their national denomination or organisation.

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Christians together in Minehead

from Minehead and Alcombe churches


Welcome to Christians Together in Minehead


Discover how the christians from churches in Minehead and Alcombe are sharing and working together.

Our Churches are gradually re-opening for live services.

For details please refer to the individual church's website:

Anglican services

Catholic Mass 

United Reformed Church 

Methodist Church

Or try a Google search for Church Services online UK 

We hope you'll visit our forthcoming events and joint services when life returns to normal, when you will be able to read the What's on in Minehead section and read below for details of our special events and Services 

To find out about our individual churches and service times please click Churches

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Citizens Advice West Somerset can be contacted anytime 24/7-leave a message if the phone is not answered. For further information, visit the website: www.westsomersetadvice.org.uk

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Christian Aid Week

After two frustrating years of inactivity, Christian Aid in Minehead is pleased to be back on the streets of Minehead and Alcombe to show our commitment to this worthwhile international charity.
The world overall is a very troubled place and each and every one of us can identify an area in the world where urgent aid is needed to avoid humanitarian disaster. The most current news will always be at the forefront of our minds and grabbing our attention. However, while the war rages in Ukraine, people are still starving in Yemen and Afghanistan, families in Haiti are still homeless after not one but two earthquakes in the last ten years. Global warming is contributing to severe droughts in Africa, flooding in Asia forcing communities to leave their places they have known as home for many years.
Christian Aid assists these communities to re-build their lives and find again their self-respect. Christian Aid needs our help to be able to bring help to those who need it most.
This year, Christian Aid in Minehead is pleased to announce the return of the popular Rainbow Fair. On Saturday May 14th between 10am and noon in Minehead Methodist Church, the churches in Minehead will have tables of items to sell, each table displaying a different colour of the rainbow. Come along and find yourself a bargain.
Saturday May 14th, Friday/Saturday May 20th/21st Christian Aid volunteers will be on the streets with their collecting buckets, Please be as generous as you have been in past years, because every penny counts towards the work of Christian Aid. Giving envelopes will also be placed in all of the churches.
One of the most striking images used by Christian Aid is that of the women of the communities walking for miles to find water to take back to their village, This water will be dirty and contaminated but is their only option, until Christian Aid can provide a bore hole and pump to deliver clean fresh water from below ground.
To demonstrate this point, a group of Christian Aid volunteers will walk from St Michael's the Archangel, Alcombe along Townsend Road and Friday Street and on to the Methodist Church on the Avenue. We will not simply be walking but carrying a 10litre water jerrycan filled with water. We will also be carrying donation buckets for your donations. On arrival at the church the water will not be wasted or thrown away but used to irrigate the flowers or to make a cup of tea.
Please come along and support us.

Home Start 2022

Request for help from The Cinnamon Trust 

The Cinnamon Trust is the national pet care charity for the elderly or terminally ill.  We offer free pet care to enable owners and their companion animals to stay together. We have been asked for some dog walking support for a resident of Alcombe but don't have enough local volunteers to be able to help so wondered whether any of the church family might like to volunteer.   Please email   for details. 

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West Somerset Food Cupboard, May 2022

Newsletter - May 2022

Dear friends and supporters of the West Somerset Food Cupboard (WSFC), we've got sooooo much to tell you!

A new ‘West Somerset Food Cupboard' charity has been established. The work of the Food Cupboard is still very much embedded in and supported by the Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Alcombe, but establishing it as a separate charity now opens up new opportunities for its work.
A fabulous new website www.wsfoodcupboard.org.uk has been developed for us by James Cooper of www.jpc-design.com to whom we are very grateful; we hope you'll take a look.
A Local Pantry is opening at the Food Cupboard on Tuesday 10th May. This is a membership scheme that enables local people to access fresh, chilled and non-perishable supermarket surplus food and other produce at very low cost. Please do read about this new initiative and how to apply for membership on the Get Help page of our website www.wsfoodcupboard.org.uk/gethelp
The provision of emergency free food for those in crisis will continue as it has for the past 15 years at the WSFC and, in additional to its normal provision, is currently helping support some Ukrainian refugees as they arrive here in our community.
96 food parcels have been distributed during April, and food has been provided for other community groups working to support those experiencing food insecurity.

None of the above would be possible without generous donors, food collection point hosts and our wonderful team of dedicated volunteers. THANK YOU ALL FOR THE PART THAT YOU PLAY

From Ali and the Food Cupboard team

You can read more by clicking here

Email: foodcupboardws@outlook.com
Tel: 07795 080637
Website: www.wsfoodcupboard.org.uk

Charity No: 1198591

Any non-perishable food items are gratefully received.
This month we are low on:

UHT milk (1pt and 2pt)
Custard & rice pudding
Granulated sugar
Tinned ham

The food cupboard has a Facebook page. If you are a Facebook user please look for ‘W S Food Cupboard' and if possible like and share so that it is seen as widely as possible.

If you would like to help you can contact them by email to: foodcupboardws@outlook.com
phone 07795 080637 or use FaceBook message

To read the latest Newsletter please click below 

> West Somerset Food Cupboard 

There is a new website: www.wsfoodcupboard.org.uk  :please take a look for all the latest news.

 To contribute in any way please contact them by email to:   ,  phone 07795 080637 or use FaceBook message

The food cupboard has a Facebook page. If you are Facebook user please look for ‘W S Food Cupboard' and if possible like and share so that it is seen as widely as possible. 

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On the second Wednesday of each month, a ‘Souper’ Lunch is held in the Hall of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Townsend Road, Minehead. This is a local community function and all are welcome.

Doors are open at 12 noon with soups served from 12.15pm onwards.

Lunch consists of a variety of soups, rolls and butter, followed by a selection of desserts and coffee or tea. Lunchers are asked to make an offering of £5. Proceeds are donated to support Church and local charities.        

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 Little Fishes and Mustard Seeds 2018

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The Fellowship meets at 7pm every second Tuesday of the month in St Andrew's Annex.
New members are always welcome. Come and join in convivial company.

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Please join us for a Community Meal



Come and share with us a delicious two course supper giving you the
opportunity to see what we offer at our community meal. This normally
takes place on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month between 5pm and 6pm at The Beach Hotel, Minehead, and is attended by those who have been given a free meal voucher by local support agencies thereby giving them the opportunity to engage with others and enjoy a heart-warming healthy supper in pleasant surroundings.
To enable us to offset these costs we encourage the general public
to join us at this time and donate £5.00 for their supper.

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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: 

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

                               Hope Centre 

             If you want to give bedding, furniture, etc.,                                    call on 07949 642774 or 07949 642774                                              For more information contact us on:                                                 or at      The Hope Centre, Minehead, C/O Minehead Baptist Church,                 Minehead, Somerset TA24 8BS

Struggling with Alcohol or Drugs?   Free Support and Counselling from the Hope Centre, Minehead

A new local service for people who are struggling with alcohol or drugs but want to take steps to rebuild their lives is now open in Minehead.    Please click here to read more > Hope Online

HELP a Young Person & Prevent Homelessness

Host for the YMCA and help prevent a young person from becoming homeless. Can you offer a room for the night to a young person, aged 16-24 years old, who is faced with homelessness? The YMCA are looking for hosts in the Minehead, Watchet and Williton area. We reimburse £15 per night and ask that you provide an evening meal, breakfast and use of washing facilities.    

To find out more contact us on 01278 726040  or 01278 726040                    E-mail:                                                              Website: www.bridgwaterymca.org                                             and read more on this by clicking > YMCA Nightstop news 

Local Christians worshipping and working together in Minehead and Alcombe

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