Sunday Service Times

Here are the Sunday service times for all churches across the Beaminster Area Team Ministry.

You’ll also find all our weekly Worship at Home online services on the Worship at Home page.

The full team rota is available at the bottom of the page.

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Church Locations

You’ll find all the addresses of our churches, and map links to help you find them, on the Our Churches page.

Understanding Our Services

  • Eucharist: Service where we share bread and wine together using words from Common Worship, the service in modern language. Sometimes also described as Holy Communion.
  • Eucharist (Book of Common Prayer): Service where we share bread and wine together using words from the Book of Common Prayer, traditional language from the 17th century.
  • Village Praise, Family Service or Open Worship: Shorter service with hymns, bible readings, and prayer but no bread and wine.
  • Matins: Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer using traditional language from the 17th century. Parts of the service may be sung by the congregation or choir. No bread and wine.
  • Evensong: Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer using traditional language from the 17th century. Parts of the service may be sung by the congregation. No bread and wine.
  • Evening Prayer: Spoken service from the Book of Common prayer using traditional language from the 17th century.
  • 10.45@Salway Ash: Service where we share bread and wine together, suitable for all ages using modern language. Activities for children start before the service at 10.15 am and coffee and pastries are served. The worship service starts at 11 am.
  • United Service: Service with the Methodist and Anglican congregations joining together to share hymns, bible readings, and prayers. No bread and wine.
  • Healing service: Short service with words from the Iona Community. There are times of silence and opportunities to pray for healing. Anointing and personal prayer is available.
Lent Activities
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