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Saturday 17th December 2016

7pm: Thornbury Churches Together Carol Singing
Anchor Inn, Thornbury

This year TCT will be Carol Singing around public houses in Thornbury.

We will start at 7:00pm in The Black Horse, move on to Hawkes House and finish in the Anchor at Morton where the landlord has offered refreshments.

We would like to invite as many people as possible to join us. This is a great way to share the joy of the Christmas Season with those in our community and to bear witness to the real meaning of Christmas. Do join us.

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Thornbury Churches Together

Contact TCT

If you would like to know more about Thornbury Churches Together please contact Kingsley Fullbrook (Chair) on 01454 412772 or by email: or Carole Howat (Secretary) on 01454 414105 or by email: .

Thornbury Churches Together

Good Friday Procession of Witness

About Thornbury Churches Together

Thornbury Churches Together is a group of churches covenanted together since 1989, and linked to Churches Together in Gloucestershire.

It is formed from representatives of the following churches (click on their names to visit their websites):

Thornbury Churches Together aims to draw the churches together in greater understanding and fellowship, to enable them to bear a harmonious witness to the community, and to give expression to their common faith and devotion.

It continues a previous "Association of Christian Churches in Thornbury", and has been pleased to welcome "ngm" as a closely associated group since their establishment in Thornbury.

We believe it is unusual, though probably not unique, that as many as seven denominations have been happy to covenant and continue to work together in one community.

Thornbury Churches Together works to enrich the lives of the whole community in the following ways:

Thornbury Churches Together

Good Friday Procession of Witness

  • Lent housegroups
  • Good Friday Procession of Witness
  • Supplying books to Year 6 local school leavers annually, and occasionally supplying other books, sometimes including Bibles
  • Leading assemblies in local schools
  • TCT Saturday Card and Fair Trade stall at the United Reformed Church
  • Christmas Carol Singing
  • Rota of Sunday evening services at Thornbury Hospital
  • Weekly "Open the book" sessions in primary schools
  • Thornbury Together Summer programme of activities
  • Dialogues exploring common issues


Thornbury Foodbank

Thornbury Foodbank

The Thornbury branch of Yate and Chipping Sodbury Foodbank is a Thornbury Churches Together initiative, with volunteers from all Thornbury's churches running it and donating food.

It provides emergency meals for 3 days to people in short term crisis.

The crisis can be the result of problems such as benefit delay/withdrawal, separation, unexpected bills, debt, bereavement or redundancy.

To find out more click here to read the feature page.

New Start Debt Advice

This scheme offers practical advice to help you with financial issues - completely free of charge.

Advisers are fully trained to provide debt advice and have a wealth of experience. All are volunteers and represent many churches in Thornbury.

It's part of Community Money Advice, which assists churches and other community organisations in setting up debt advice centres.

To find out more click here.

Thornbury Churches Together are also active in Christian Aid, Fair Trade, Justice and Drop the Debt campaigns.




Forthcoming events

Saturday 17th December 2016

Friday 27th January 2017


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