St. Aldhelm's Church is a Church of England Church, in Crossways Dorset. We meet regularly: the church building shares a site with the local first school- Frome Valley First School. (https://w3w.co/bugs.stag.music)
OUR REGULAR SERVICES
St. Aldhelm's Crossways is a Church of England Church and is a part of the United Benefice of Moreton, Woodsford and Crossways with Tincleton.
Our Sunday and Midweek services are open to all. We believe that coming together as a community strengthens and guides us in our daily life. For those who wish to join us, our congregation is always waiting with open hearts.
Sundays Starting at 10.30am
Our services vary week by week but usually follow this pattern:
1st Sunday: All Age Service
2nd Sunday: Holy Communion
3rd Sunday: Morning Prayer
4th Sunday: Holy Communion
(5th Sunday: A Joint Benefice Communion at Woodsford Church beginning at 10.30am)
Wednesdays Starting at 9.30am
A shorter said Communion service with brief homily and refreshments afterwards.
Serving the Community of Crossways
St. Aldhelm's Crossways is a community of faith rooted in the love of God. We believe worship is not just found in prayer, it’s something expressed in everything we do.
We value our community and location next to Frome Valley First School.
The Church itself has met in Crossways for many years but our building is very new! Built in 2015 our space is light, airy and extremely flexible so we can hold many different types of service.
We are a part of a family of Churches in the local area
These Churches are: Moreton: St. Nicholas, St. John the Baptist: Woodsford, St. Aldhelm's Crossways and St. John the Evangelist: Tincleton.
We are also a part of the Church of England and a member of the Diocese of Salisbury.
Safeguarding Questions and Concerns
Moreton Church takes its responsibilities surrounding the safeguarding of children, young people, and adults who may be at risk very seriously, and works in partnership with the Diocese of Salisbury to ensure that we work in accordance with best practice at all times.
Our Parish Safeguarding Policy can be downloaded here
If you have any Safeguarding questions or concerns you can contact the following:
Parish Safeguarding Adviser: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0844 357 8888
Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers:
Mon 9am – Wed 1pm Suzy Futcher Email: email@example.com Tel: 07500 664800
Wed 1pm – Fri 5pm Jem Carter Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 07469 857888
Out of Hours: ‘thirtyone:eight’ Tel: 0303 0031111