- Circuit Office
- 31 Aspen Way
- CB7 5ZQ
St Mary's Square, Exning Road,
Newmarket CB8 0HZ
at 65 High Street, Newmarket
(former URC Church - see bottom of this page for details of events)
Christchurch is a Local Ecumenical Partnership of the Methodist and United Reformed Churches, and is near to the town centre in St Mary's Square on the Exning Road.
The Minister is Rev SangWoo Seo Tel: 01638 662837
E-mail: Rev SangWoo SeoChurch Services
Sunday Services: 10.30am
Family services are held on special days like Mothering Sunday,Easter Day and Harvest (See plan for details).
To arrange Weddings and Baptisms please contact Rev SangWoo Seo
Junior Sunday school facilities are available for any children attending the service.
Church Hall and Kitchen:
The church hall and kitchen facilities are available to hire from £10 per hour. Please contact Mr Maurice Woollard (Tel: 01638 664387)for details.
Facilities available for people with disabilities:
We have a loop system in the church and large print copies of Singing the Faith.
Two toilets; one disabled toilet also with baby changing facilities.
The church itself has no parking, but we are allowed to park at Foley House (Children's Centre) or we have to use public carparks.
Access for people with disabilities:
Access to main church available via a ramp.
Regular Community Groups and Activities
1) Mobility Aids Loan Service
Opening Times (Tel: 01638 666456)
Tuesdays 10.30 am - 12.30 pm
Thursdays 19.30 pm – 21.00 pm (evening)
Fridays 10.30 am – 12.30 pm
Back rests, Bath seats and boards, Bed cradle, Bed over table, Commodes, Crutches, Leg raisers, Perching stools, Raised toilet seats, Shower stools, Toilet surround frame, Walking frames/sticks, Wheelchairs (adult & child)
There is no charge other than a returnable deposit of £10.
2) Women's Institute (WI)
On the 2nd Wednesday of each Month Newmarket Evening W.I. 7.30pm to 9.30pm. (Tel: 01638 676500 or e-mail Newmarket Evening W.I.)
IWG warmly welcomes women of all cultures, customs and backgrounds to Christchurch, Newmarket, to enjoy coffee and cake, share experiences, meet new friends and find support with living away from home.
It is held every Friday during term times from 10 am to 12 noon.
To view the programme click here.
4) The Stable
See the separate page for The Stable, which is on the High Street (opposite WHSmiths). The building was the United Reformed Church, and now offers a very special christian outreach to the town.Map