Come and worship with us on a Sunday at St Hubert's or at St Nicholas...
Groups and Activities
There are a variety of mid-week groups meeting at the churches and around the parish...
Lots of community groups use our premises. Get a taste of what might be happening...
Giving and Donations
Find out how you can contribute to the local and wider work of the church, including the Foodbank...
8am every Sunday - Holy Communion
Come and enjoy a quiet, reflective eucharist service from book of Common Worship held in this special ancient space where woshippers have gathered for over 700 years.
10am every Sunday Worship with Holy Communion (except 4th Sunday of the month)
A traditional communion service from Common Worship with hymns and songs. Those who do not wish to stay for communion have the opportunity to leave after the teaching to engage further with the teaching creatively and through discussion.
Family Service - 10am 4th Sunday of the month.
On the last sunday each month we have an informal all age service which tries to have something for all ages in. This service is preceded by breakfast at 9.30am -bacon rolls or croissants and coffee are served.
Tots, Tea and Toast
A group for pre school children and their carers . A relaxed time of play, craft and story with refreshments for children and their carers. Meets in term time on Tuesdays in St Nicholas hall from 10.00am - 11:30am
Small groups that meet in homes in the day or the evening to study the Bible , pray together and get to know each other better.
The Compass Group is our bereavement support group. It meets once a month on a Tuesday morning at 11:00 and offers an opportunity to meet informally over a cup of tea or coffee with others who have also been bereaved and to receive help and support from each other. You are welcome to come along to any of the meetings and to stay as long as you like. This group is run by Jenny Gibson.
Corfe Mullen Food Bank
The Corfe Mullen food bank launched in February 2014 as a community run food bank supported by a grant from Engage Mutual. All of our clients are from the local area, and some may need to return again before they find themselves back on their feet. Sometimes people who have used us have popped something back in the donation box to show their gratitude. On average, we help out a family once a week. Parents often love it when we offer simple treats such as biscuits or crisps for their children - not essential foods but something that children enjoy. We are fortunate that we have access to a freezer and also offer fresh bread and milk.