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Who Are We?

Cheltenham Minster with St Matthew’s is a church community at the heart of Cheltenham. Together we worship and explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ and share his hope. We have two church buildings within close proximity which gives us two venues of different styles in which to pursue our vision. We are a church family of all ages, backgrounds and situations in life. What unites us is our hope through Jesus Christ, a commitment to the Bible as God’s Word, and a desire to share this with others. So whoever you are, we’d like to think you can find a home amongst us.

Come and see us one Sunday, it would be great to meet you.

Our Services

Events

St Matthew's (10 O'clock) & Cheltenham Minster (11am)

The Mountain Manifesto

The so called ‘Sermon on the Mount’ is probably the best known part of Jesus’ teachings but it is possibly the most misunderstood and certainly the least obeyed. We are going to listen to Jesus’ manifesto from the mountain to see how he wants us to live and where we can find the power to do it.
So come along to this exciting new series at our  10.00 and 11.00  services starting  on 8th September

St Matthew's (6.30)

Jesus’ disciples often got it wrong. They did the wrong things, said the wrong things, and when it mattered most they deserted him. Yet, we see in the book of Acts that God used them to change the world. Join us at the beginning of a new season as we look at some of the ‘foundations’ laid in the first days of the Church.

Pizza and Pop-up Escape Rooms

Thursday 26th September

When Do We Meet?

Sundays 10:00am at St Matthew’s, 11am at Cheltenham Minster, 6:30pm at St Matthew’s
Midweek Prayer 12:30pm Mon-Fri, at Cheltenham Minster with a half hour midweek communion on Wednesday.
Throughout the week Small groups, including Bible study, support, prayer and music meet at various times during the week. Please contact the office for more information.

The Messenger

The Messenger is a publication brought to you by the Communications Team at the Diocese of Gloucester.

Click the button below to visit the Gloucester diocese parish resources page. There you will find the most recent edition of The Messenger.

100 Verses
Annual Report
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