Pomphlett Church 2019
Pomphlett Church Opening on Current Site July 15th 1909
Our Minister is Rev'd Donna Leigh.
Donna is available to talk about being part of the Christian Faith, baptisms, weddings and funerals and any other matter that might concern you if you feel you need to talk.
Donna can be contacted via
01752 941688 or the church email
Pomphlett Church Interior in
1909. Such a grand affair
We are on a mission for God. Click the button below to see what our mission is
We are a mainly elderly Christian Church who believes in moving on to keep pace with modern day needs and welcome new ideas
As generations change and the need of modern day life changes so too has our building. As you can see it was a very grand affair in 1909. There have been some major changes over the years and none more drastic in recent years than taking the pews out to create a large multi use area.
As well as holding our Worship Services in here at 9.30 am on a Sunday, numbers of Community groups use this area during the week for much and varied activities which are very much community based.
The foundation stone of our current building was laid in 1909 so we have been at at this location for over 100 years.
Prior to 1909 our Church met in a building at the top of Millway Place. Over that time we have been welcoming folks into our buildings to experience the warmth of the love of God through Sunday Worship and Bible Studies and a wide range of community activities and so much more. We are a congregation of about twenty retired people, members and non-members that meet on a Sunday morning at 9.30 am, (well before the stores open) to give thanks and praise to God. We normally meet after the service for a cuppa and a biscuit or three to catch up with each others weekly goings on.
You are very welcome to join with us. There are a number of community groups that meet on the premises, some of which are part of our outreach programme and others who hire our rooms. Most of them have some room for new members. Check out our Community Groups pages