Church Links & Worship

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One of the privileges of belonging to a Church of England school is the annual leavers’ service held at Wells Cathedral. At St John’s this is regarded as a ‘rite of passage’ and viewed with great anticipation. It is an opportunity to come together with other church schools within the Diocese of Bath and Wells to gain an understanding of being part of this wider community and to celebrate and give thanks for our time at primary school whilst also looking forward to the next phase – moving on to secondary school.

The morning is spent working with others on a variety of tasks and workshops ranging from dance, mime and drama right through to considering what life might be like living in a village in Zambia. The day culminates in a service of thanksgiving where hymns are sung and prayers are said. It is a very proud and moving moment when children from every school process through the cathedral carrying their banner representing their peers and the community to which they belong. Before the service closes, each school is presented with a candle. At St John’s, we use our candle in our whole school acts of worship and remember the Year 6 children who have moved on to their new schools and new challenges.

St John the Baptist Church
Parish Church of Midsomer Norton & Clandown

St John’s School has close ties to the parish church. Families from St John’s School are part of the church community and frequently visit for services, concerts and performances. You can find out more about St John’s Church by following the link above.

If you wish to book St John’s Church Hall please contact Helen Bailey on 07923501966.

Welton Baptist Church

Welton Baptist Church have a strong community focus and are very involved in Midsomer Norton through toddler groups, café’s, kids clubs, meetings for the elderly and special events. The Church meets on Sundays at Somervale school and has a team that welcome the opportunity to visit St Johns. Pastor Mike Howell also regularly leads an assembly. Many families from the school are involved with the church, with Nfest holiday club (pictured) being an annual highlight.

Midsomer Norton Methodist Church

Minister: Rev Stephen Robinson

MSNMCC

Midsomer Norton Methodist Church can be found on the High Street. We offer a variety of activities and worship opportunities for all ages and offer a very warm welcome to people of all ages and stages of faith…from those who have been Christians for many years to those who have no faith and those who are wanting to explore faith. We particularly welcome opportunities to serve the community both through church activities and in partnership with other organisations in the community

For further information: www.msnmcc.org
Facebook: Midsomer Norton Methodist Church
Twitter: @MSNMethodist
E-mail msnminister@btinternet.com
Tel 01761 410450