Church of England Diocese of Bristol Neston

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

A toilet is available within the church

There is usually ample space on the road in front of Neston church for parking.

Access to the church is via a path and small steps, for which ramps are available

Hearing (induction) Loop

Our Building

Construction of St Philip and St James’ Church started in 1866, shortly after the adjacent school had opened. 
In 1985 a long-awaited scheme to adapt the building for modern needs was finally undertaken (records show that the scheme had first been formally discussed in 1972!), resulting in internal reordering to create a vestibule, kitchen and cloakroom, choir vestry, and a large upstair meeting room.


Music and Worship

Organ
Book of Common Prayer Services

Groups, Courses and Activities

We have recently decided to focus our provision for parents and children on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.
‘Jump Start Sunday’
Specially designed for younger families, we meet on the 1st Sunday of each month at 9am for about 40 minutes.  Over a breakfast of croissants and toast we share a story, a song or two, and try not to get too much jam on the craft activities.  Get there early for a good table!
‘Family Service’
Held on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 10am we are working hard to improve this service to appeal to all ages, with the intention of allowing us all to worship and learn together whilst having fun and meeting with God through song, story and shared experience.

We also have a monthly "Sunday Club" for 7-11 year olds on the 3rd Sunday of each month featuring FUn, Bible, Snacks, Games, Friends and Life.


Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes

The Church is open 9am – 4pm during school term time


Other Features

FairTrade
Foodbank

A hearing loop is available in the church

Upper Rooms available - please contact the Church wardens (see our website)