Ministries and Programs

Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer

Throughout the year we meet every week, in the middle of the week, at 7:30 p.m. to encourage one another and grow in our knowledge of the Lord in a group setting. This is an important time when we can develop deeper relationships and have an opportunity to go more deeply and personally into God’s word as we reflect together. We also close our meeting with open prayer. We hope that you might consider joining us and making this an important priority as a spiritual practice.

The first Wednesday of the month we meet in  home groups where the study is held in local area homes.

The 2, 3 and 4 Wednesdays are held at the chapel. From March- May and Sept-Nov we have a special meeting the third Wednesday (see below).gospel-of-mark

When there is a fifth Wednesday we meet for prayer and communion.

We are currently studying the Gospel of Mark.

Townwell Tots

20180125_100656[1]Tots PromoWhy not join us at Cromhall Chapel Hall – a free ‘stay and play’ where parents/carers can relax and chat whilst the children play. A great place to meet others from the community. Click here for more details.

Cromhall Crafters (A community group hosted by the Chapel)

A  group of village ladies who love making! Do you love sewing, crochet, furniture refurbishment, knitting, crafting and general making things? Cromhall Crafters meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the hall at Cromhall Chapel. Come along and have fun whilst meeting other women from the community.

Children’s/ Youth Ministry

A “jr. church” is always available during our morning services. We do not, at this point, have a regular nursery, however, we do have qualified volunteers should you visit and 20170620_111901require this. We also have two locations where you can be with your baby in private while still listening to or viewing the service.  Some of our members take assemblies at local schools.

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We have bi-monthly breakfasts on the last Saturday of the month at 9 a.m. to meet together as men to share in conversation over a meal (always a feast!), listen to a speaker and ask questions. Rumour is the food is great and the spiritual nourishment even greater! Dates for 2019/2020 Oct 19th, Nov 30th, Feb 22nd and April 11th

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We have a bi-monthly breakfast, a chance to meet and chat and to listen to a speaker on a variety of topics. Check the updated church notices under “What’s New” for further details. Dates for 2019/2020 Sept 21st, “Who are the Gideons?”  Nov 16th, “The ins and outs of a corset!” January 18th “Out of Africa” March 14th “Desert Island Discs” May 16th “Imitating the Master” (From God’s designs to oil on canvas.  Check “What’s New” for more information.

Chapel Puppet Teampuppets

Our puppets help illustrate Biblical lessons for special services or occasions. They’re so much fun!

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A couple times a year some adventurous chapel folks go out for a long walk. Currently we have been venturing out to do portions of the Cotswold way. We generally have some devotionals along the way.

Area Bible Study Programme

For many years Cromhall Chapel has held a monthly Area Bible Study to which we invite other local churches to hear a gifted Bible teacher teach us on a specific topic from God’s Word. Whether you are from the Chapel or not, we’d warmly welcome you to attend. See the 2019 schedule below:

March 20th John Bishop Bristol
April 10th Martin Erwin Melksham
May 15th Roger Page
Sept 18th John Bishop
Oct 16th David Horton Whiteshill
Nov 20th Nathan Pomeroy Nottingham

Work in Local Schools

Several of our members take assemblies at Castle School in Thornbury. Some of our members are able to take the occasional weekly Collective Worship services at St. Andrew’s CE School, Cromhall,  along with additional religious input such as enrichment afternoons.

Prayer Box

We are a church that believes in the importance and power of prayer. We pray regularly, together, in the life of the chapel. Anyone from the chapel or community is welcome to put any prayer requests in our red prayer box by the front doors. This request will be kept confidential by the leadership and you can be assured we will pray for you.