Sunday meetings 10.30 - 12.30 • Newstead Road, Weymouth. DT4 8JE
We are a bunch of ordinary people whose lives have been touched by encountering an extraordinary God! From all walks of life and widely differing backgrounds, we have been drawn together by experiences of his love: sometimes dramatic, sometimes gradual, always life changing. Our desire is that everyone alive would come to know this love for themselves.
Our meetings are designed to give an opportunity for people to encounter God. We spend quite a bit of time worshipping God with music which has a fairly contemporary feel. We find that this is a great environment for out hearts to connect with God. We devote time to preach and teach from the bible, as we believe the bible is given to us to reveal God’s heart. We have age specific groups for children and young people who are a big priority to us. Each time we meet we also make opportunities to pray for individuals by placing hands on them as we see this really makes a difference.
First and third Sunday of each month at 10.30 • Community Safety Centre, Radipole Lane
We are Quakers (Religous Society of Friends). We meet at the Community Safety Centre in Radipole Lane on the first and third Sunday of each month at 10.30, enter at side door by car park.
Sunday services 9am, 10:30am, 6:30pm • Seafront, Weymouth
At the heart of the Christian faith is a personal relationship with God through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. We want to introduce others to Jesus, and to help all who know Him to grow in a relationship with Him as Saviour, Lord and Friend.
We believe that the Bible is the Word of God. Study of this, together with prayer, worship and fellowship are important aspects of our life.
We believe that God is working in fresh ways through His Spirit today, applying the Bible to life and enabling people to experience in different ways the love, power and peace of God. We also believe that people of every age are precious to God and so our aim is increasingly to provide a ministry from 'cradle to the grave'. Obviously this is more than one person can achieve so shared ministry, with active involvement with church members is important ... as it was in the days of the early church.
For more details see the St John's church website.
Sunday eucharist 10:30am & 11:15am • Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth
St Paul's Weymouth is a lively, forward-looking Anglican church in the catholic tradition under the care of the Bishop of Ebbsfleet
Sundays 10:10 - 12:00
Easton Methodist Church has been open for over 100 years and has developed into a very versatile church. Although still small at just under 90 members, it is a hub for many members of the community and will host many different events and projects like Cafe Church, The Board Room, and Sacred Encounter. This, the larger of the two churches has been one of the few Methodist churches that is pioneering the multiplex worship system which tries to cater for differing preferences for learning and worshipping without isolating any age groups.