Facilities and features


There is a fully accessible toilet. The toilet is twinned with two others in Africa.

A baby changing facility is available within the toilet.

On street parking is quite limited due to the width of the local roads. There are two disabled bays at the east side of the church yard on Higher Street.

The North Door has step free, flat access to the church. There is a step at the South Door and visitors are invited to follow the path around the East end of the building to gain step free access.

Full audio visual facilities are fitted and used for all services.

The liturgy (words) and songs are usually shown on the display screens and large print versions of the scripts are available upon request to the Duty Warden.

All well behaved dogs are welcome within the body of the church.

Wheelchair access is available at the north door.

Our Building

Various window panels have been refurbished in recent years, it is an ongoing process.

From 10:00am to 4:00pm daily.

The building has Grade II listing due to it's architecture and history.

The church is registered with the A Rocha scheme. The congregation are engaged in various elements and are currently developing the church yard with reserved areas for spring and summer flowers, in line with the Churchyard Management Plan. Energy and environmental impacts are being monitored.

Music and Worship

An active "resident" band and various visiting groups.

The organ is used for communion services and other festivals.

Not a formal choir but a worship group leads the Morning Worship.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Held in the church on Tuesday mornings, 10.00am to 12.00pm.

Tots@Ten meets in the church on Wednesday mornings during term time.

Help for Visitors

A pamphlet outlining the history of the church is freely available.

Daily from 10.00am to 4.00pm.

All well behaved dogs are welcome within the body of the church.

Other Features

As part of the Eco-Church scheme the use of Fair Trade products is promoted.

The congregation supports the work of the Bridport Foodbank (formerly Cupboard Love) which is based at St Mary's Church, South Street, Bridport.

Morning Worship services are all shown on the display screens, hymns and songs are also shown, no juggling with hymn books required.

The church lies within a Conservation Area.