Category: Events

Corsham Town Carols

Christmas tree in Corsham high street

This year will be different in yet another way. Rather than gathering in town the local churches have come together to bring you a service of readings and carols for you to enjoy (and join in with) from home.

The broadcast will ‘premiere’ on YouTube

at 6pm on Tuesday 22nd December

(and will be available to catchup later)

Date for your diary: A very 2020 Nativity

On the morning of Sunday 20th December, we are going to be hosting a very 2020 style Nativity service over Zoom – we’re not going to let a piddly thing like a worldwide pandemic spoil our fun this Christmas! Details for logging in and times will be announced nearer the time, but for now there’s a few things you need to know…

  1. Everyone (and I mean everyone) from any service is very welcome
  2. Everyone (and I mean everyone) should dress up in some kind of Christmassy or Nativity-esque way – use your imagination
  3. And we need a little acting help (four households and one single)

We’d like volunteer households to take part mostly, kids and adults together. There are no lines to learn, just be prepared for some spontaneous miming! And if you are a single person, or the rest of your family are boring spoilsports, there is a role for a single person too.

Please get in touch with Matt G from the 9.15 service (address in the directory or use the contact form).

Discover the Road to Bethlehem – nearer than you think!

If you have run out of Veggie Tales and just need to get out and run and maybe even stomp in puddles then read on.

Coming to the streets of Corsham this year is a very special adventure. Follow the clues, collect the stickers, arrive at Bethlehem.

On Saturday 19th December between the hours of 16:00-19:00. Start work on your costume today!

Collect your map and stickers from outside Corsham Baptist Church on Priory Street at 3pm on Monday 14th, Thursday 17th or on the day itself. Or download a map right now.

The small print

Families will have strict guidelines to follow which include Covid safety regulations and the route is designed so that you can start and end at any point therefore avoiding gatherings at any one area. 

Download instructions and safety advice here.

An early Christmas present from Church on the Green!

Our Online Advent Calendar, starting 1st December

Looking for something to encourage and build you up as we move into the Advent season? Starting on December 1st, Church on the Green are putting an online advent calendar on our website (https://churchonthegreen.online) including scripture and a short devotional video to bless you each day.
All welcome! For more information, watch the trailer below.

Outdoor communion service and fellowship picnic

02 August 20

What’s happening?

  • 10:30: Briefing for stewards
  • 11:00: Welcome and pre-recorded worship played (through sound system)
  • 11:10: Short all-age address from Eddie (through sound system)
  • 11:20: Communion – please remember your own materials
  • 11:30-13:00 Fellowship and picnic lunch – at a distance

Registration and directions

Contact Tim or leave a message on the office phone if you have questions or would like to help.

Map of Upper Castle Coombe. Postcode: SN14 7HE

Midweek service for Holy Week

The sermon will stream ‘live’ on YouTube (or click the link below) at 2pm today. So why not start at 1:50pm and listen to these couple of hymns first?

Church on 22 Mar 2020

Today marks our first attempt at online church. Already I have personally had a fabulous amount of messages with ideas and initiatives to keep in touch with one another and pull our church family together so thank you everyone for all you’re doing. Keep doing it and especially keep an eye out for anyone we might be missing.

So for today I’d just like to signpost a few things:

And for everything else that I’ve forgotten, please write in the contact form below:

    CBC on the farm presents…

    The Easter Story – tour and family day

    Each tour will run at 30 minute intervals starting at 11am. Tickets are limited to 50 per tour, but if they do sell out please check back because we will try to add more tours.

    Book free tickets directly at: www.cbc-easter-story-tour.eventbrite.co.uk

    For more information please call Corsham Baptist Church on 01249 701078 or send us a message below:

      I see you – supporting OpenDoors

      If anyone is around tomorrow evening ( Tues) @7:30pm or Wednesday morning @ 10:30am to come to church and help create some squares of patch works, each saying ‘I see you’ I would be truly grateful. Sorry, the dates were accidentally missed off the notice sheet.

      The individual squares will form a much bigger patchwork of squares being put together by Open Doors as a petition campaign to highlight persecution of women for their faith to the government. Please see this link for more details.

      You don’t need to be artistic and all materials will be provided, but feel free to bring scissors or sewing materials. I will provide glue and drawing materials for those who do not want to sew.

      If you are coming and can donate/ lend any of the items below than please bring them with you or let me know. Thank you.

      • Fabric Scissors – they will be returned
      • Fabric glue
      • Sewing  needles – will be returned
      • Sewing thread
      • Fabric with patterns on
      • Fabric drawing/ painting materials

      Any unused items will be returned.

      God bless and if you can’t attend these events please do pray for them.

      Thank you for your continued support with global mission.

      Wendy