Churches

Cirencester has a number of places of worship. There is a list below with contact details.

 

Churches Together in Cirencester

The aims of Churches Together in Cirencester are: To build the kingdom of God by facilitating common witness to Christ by member churches, helping them to share the Gospel, evangelise together and promote justice and peace in the world. To seek to draw all members of the churches' congregations as well as their leaders into a deeper fellowship of mutual empathy, understanding and support by Read more...


Jehovah's Witnesses are a world-wide organisation. We have held meetings in Cirencester since the early 1940s and have been present in Britain since 1881. Jehovah's Witnesses accept the Bible as God's word and provide personal and group instruction in the Bible at no charge. Included in the topics covered are: How the Bible can help with day-to-day living and improve family life; Positive inf Read more...


Ashcroft Church is a united church of the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church, which is situated on Ashcroft Road.  The life of the church centres around the Sunday service at 10.30 am, which includes an activity suitable for any children who may attend. Once a month there is contemporary style worship at 6pm. There are many activities for all ages throughout the week. These include Read more...

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Our aim is to be a loving community of disciples of Jesus, following him, growing in him, and witnessing to him through words, works and wonders. We aim to be friendly and supportive to one another, meeting each week in small groups, and on Sundays for worship, bible teaching and prayer. Worship is at the heart of our life together, and we hold firmly to the bible's teaching, and seek to tell oth Read more...


First built in Saxon times, there is only a small piece of carved stone left, acting as a sill for the Aumbrey on the left of the Altar. Of the Norman replacement only the south wall remains, with a small window cut into it and a late perpendicular doorway containing the original oak studded door, once covered with leather. Over the door lintel is the Norman Tympanum, depicting the Tree of Life, t Read more...


The Parish Church of Cirencester is one of the largest parish churches in England and has been a place of Christian worship for well over a thousand years. The church is open every day of the year and welcomes thousands of visitors a year as well as its regular worshipping community who all see the church as a source of peace and prayer. Although full of history, the Parish church of St John Bap Read more...


Parish Priest: Reverend Father Isidore Obi The Church is conveniently situated near the centre of the town and serves a fairly large area in the immediate surrounds of Cirencester. A mission was founded in Cirencester in 1855 but the building of the present church commenced in 1895, hence its centenary was celebrated in 1996. St Peter's is part of the Catholic Diocese of Clifton. Father Isid Read more...


Cirencester Quakers

 

We try to live in truth, peace, simplicity and equality, finding God in ourselves and those around us. Our meeting offers a welcome to everyone for spiritual exploration.


We meet for an hour at the Friends Meeting House in Thomas Street at 10.30 on each Sunday and for half an hour on each Thursday at the same time.

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The Salvation Army in Cirencester is first and foremost a church serving the local community, offering a spiritual home and help to all. All their activities take place in their hall in Thomas Street and are open to all. Read more...