"We will be a vibrant, worshipping family,

seeking to bring the message of Christ to the people of the Midsomer Norton area."


What's On

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  • 10:30am -11.45am Morning Worship 

  • (relaxed, interactive, and informal - something for all ages)

  • Refreshments are available after the meeting.


Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community.

  • Monday

  • 11:00am Prayer (the Hall is open for quiet prayer)
  • 12:00pm CAMEO and lunch (lunch served at approximately 12.45pm)
    • ​(A Two course meal, with tea/coffee and juice for £3.50)


  • ​Tuesday

  • 7.30pm  Inspire Women's Group (Monthly)
    • (First Tuesday of each month - next group meeting 2nd October  2018)
      • (Enquire for location)
  • Wednesday

  • 10am - 11:30am Parent & Toddlers  (£1.50 per family)  

  • ​Thursday

  • 10.30am  Bible Challenge
  • (We read and talk about five chapters of the Bible together)
  • There will not be a BIble Challenge this week. The next group will be on 20th September
  • 6.30pm - 8.30pm (Monthly) 
  • Suicide Salvation - Monthly Support Group
    • (See latest poster for more information)
    • The next group meeting will be on 4th October 2018

  • Friday

  • 2pm - 4pm  Knit & Natter
    • (open to all. Small cost of £1 towards materials) 



  • Saturday (Monthly)

  • 10am   Men's breakfast  (next breakfast date to be confirmed)

Charity Shop


Opening Times

  • Monday - Friday 9am - 1pm;  2pm - 4pm

  • Saturday 10am - 1pm

Manager: Julie Young

Please contact 01761 418199 for further information 

Come and find us on Facebook: The Care & Share Charity Shop, Midsomer Norton

60 High Street Midsomer Norton, Somerset BA3 2DQ
United Kingdom
Phone: 01761 418199
Care & Share Charity Shop: 01761 418199





If you have any prayer requests, please contact Major Sharon Bond on 01761 420170, or find us on facebook:

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Sharon Bond