Churches Together Events

Lent Lunch

Not organised by Churches Together, but in aid of the Churches Together Lent Appeal...

Join us in All Saints' on Friday 13th March at 12.00pm for a delicious soup lunch and friendly company. Donations are invited for the charity Christians Against Poverty.

United Service and Lent Appeal 2020

This year our Lent Appeal is to raise money for Christians Against Poverty. This is an organisation which helps people dragged down and oppressed by debt to manage their affairs and become debt free. It is open to all, not just Christians and provides a hugely valuable services in these days of financial difficulty which so many people face.

The Appeal will be launched at a United Service in All Saints Church on Sunday, 23rd February at 11.00am. All are welcome

Agape Service and Meal

This year it will be on Wednesday 22nd January at 6.30pm in All Saints' Church.
Please sign up on the sheets at the back of the church if you can, to give an idea of numbers, but if you can't sign up in advance please come anyway.

Crib Service and Coffee

On Saturday 21st December at 11.00am at the Market House, led by Revds Craig Manley and Liz Mortimer.

Unaccompanied carol singing.


United Carol Service 2019

15th December at 4.00pm in All Saints' Church.

It is the turn of the Methodist Church in Castle Cary to host this year's carol service, but as their stair lift isn't working they will be hosting it in All Saints Church.

This service coincides with the Festival of Stars being held in All Saints', organised by the All Saints' Church Development Group (See under News and Events).

Please feel free to come early and enjoy star-gazing!

The collection taken at the carol service will be given to charity, NOT to the All Saints' Development Group.


Castle Cary Big Christmas

This will be on December 5th, with Carol singing being led by Revd. Liz Mortimer at 5.30pm

There will be stalls, and mince pies will be distributed.



Annual General Meeting 2019

Wednesday June 12th 7.30pm

Methodist Schoolroom

Speaker  Steve Hart from the Yeovil Community Church and part time manager of the CAP (Christians Against Poverty) centre in Yeovil

Do try and come to this important meeting.