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PLACES OF WORSHIP

St Barnabas Church, Jasmine Lane - Church of England
A small but very welcoming church

Completed as daughter church of St Mary's, Yatton, in 1879. Now part of the Yatton Moor Team Ministry.
Services are held every Sunday
  • First and Third Sundays in month - 8am Holy Communion
  • Second Sunday of month - 9.30am Holy Communion
  • Fourth Sunday of month - 10am Family Service
The Church is licensed for Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals.
Baptisms and Weddings can be arranged by visiting St Mary's Church, Yatton, on Thursdays from 6.30 to 7.30pm - no appointment necessary.

Administration Office - St Mary's Church, Yatton - office open 9am to 12 noon weekdays
Telephone 01934 832184 - www.yattonchurches.org
 

Claverham Free Church (Evangelical)
Claverham Road (Independent - Non-Denominational)

  • The fellowship was founded in 1925. At first, members met in a room at The Cottage Farm. As numbers increased, larger premises were needed and a former 'Carpenter's Shop', which was opposite the Post Office, was used.
  • The gift of a plot of land enabled the present building to be erected and the first meeting was held on 29th June 1927.
  • The Church has an evangelical, non-conformist tradition which it still holds to. The need to support missionary work, at home and abroad, has always been a high priority and the present membership continues this work.
  • Meetings are held every Sunday, both in the morning and evening; these are conducted by visiting speakers from a variety of churches.
  • A very warm welcome is extended to anyone who wishes to worship with us.
  • The Church is licensed for the solemnising of Weddings and enquiries on this or other matters can be made to the Assistant Church Secretary:
    Mr David Clarke: Tel: 01934 833528
MEETINGS:  
Sunday:
Sunday School 9.45am
Morning Service 11.00am
Evening Service 6.30pm
Monday:
Bible Club 6.00pm (for children 5-11 years of age)
Tuesday:
Ladies' Fellowship 2.45om (alternate Tuesdays)
Prayer Meeting 7.30pm (or as announced)
   
Claverham Meeting House
An Historic Quaker Meeting and Guest House

Claverham Meeting HouseFriends Meeting House
Meeting House Lane
Claverham
Somerset
BS49 4PB

tel: 01934 834663

There is a Meeting for worship at Claverham held on the last Sunday of each month at 2.30 pm. Anyone is welcome to attend, whether they normally attend other Quaker meetings or visitors with no previous contact with the Society of Friends.

Claverham Meeting House is a unique historical and architectural gem set in the heart of rural North Somerset. The grade II* listed Georgian building originates from the time when it was at the heart of a growing Quaker community in the Somerset countryside.

Today, it is still a much cherished place of Quaker worship, while also used for day conferences, retreats, family holidays, art exhibitions, music camps and drama workshops. One of the two cottages on either side of the meeting room is available for residential booking for up to seven people while the cottage on the other side is home to a family who act as wardens. Camping in the grounds is available for larger groups, and the Barn (which is also a listed building) is also available for booking in the summer months. The barn is suitable for additional workshop, recreation or exhibition space. See www.claverhammeetinghouse.org.uk/ for more details.

 


 

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