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Christians Together in Nailsea & District

'Christians Together in Nailsea & District' unites in pilgrimage those churches whose life and witness seek to express the faith shared by 'Churches Together in England' which:-


a)    acknowledges God's revelation in Christ,
b)    confesses the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures,
c)    commits us, in obedience to God's will and in the power of the Holy Spirit, to seek a deepening of our communion with Christ and with one another in the church, which is his body, and to fulfil our mission to proclaim the Gospel by common witness and service in the world, to the glory of one God; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We affirm our common calling to serve the community in active witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ, recognising that participating churches are one in our faith in God; Father,  Son and Holy Spirit. We will do this by:-
a)    seeking ways to express the love of God for all people,
b)    expressing our unity in joint prayer and worship where appropriate,
c)    doing together that which is better done together,
d)    supporting one another's work in mutual trust and co-operation.
Water Project
Nailsea Methodist Church is a member of "Christians Together in Nailsea and District" and is fully supporting the Nailsea-Uganda Water project The Nailsea-Uganda Water Project has raised more than £30,000 for an impovished African community since it was launched in September 2012. Work is progressing on providing people living in the Muhabura area with storage tanks so that families have a constant clean and safe water supply. So far people in Nailsea have raised £34,200.
Connect Project
Nailsea Methodist Church is also part of the Connect project which serves the local school community in Nailsea. 
Good Friday

 On Good Friday we joined with our brothers and sisters from the other churches in Nailsea and the surrounding area for a joint act of worship and witness organised by Churches Together in Nailsea and District.  We met together in Nailsea precinct and before and after the time of worship we distributed hot-cross buns to shoppers and passers-by.

On Sunday we celebrated the Risen Christ with an act of worship at dawn by Backwell Lake with Churches Together followed this with a service in our own church at the normal time.