Welcome to Tewkesbury Churches Together. I would like to take this opportunity to assure you of the prayers of the churches for our town. The door of the churches may have been closed but the work of the body of believers has been mobilised and working among our community. The food bank and food hubs operating throughout the town have been extremely busy and have been able to help hundreds of individuals and families and continue to do so. The refugee support group have been continuing to offer support to the family in Tewkesbury.

Although many of the events supported by forum have been cancelled during this time, work has been going on to support our town in many ways. As we look to the future, many of the churches are now open for services and some are still broadcasting online. If you would like to connect with any of our churches, please visit their website using the links below for further information.

Sara Napper

Chair of Tewkesbury Churches Together.

All the Churches that are members of TCT have one common purpose to serve God, share the good news of Jesus Christ and work
for the good of the community. The churches listed below are all committed to deepening their fellowship and co-ordinating the work they do and jointly working together.
The image above was taken after a united walk through town at a pre COVID Good Friday service.

In normal times, TCT supports the following activites:
  • Food Bank (*link below).
  • Good Friday Walk of Witness THIS YEAR, AN EASTER TRAIL (ABOVE) Next walk all together now 2022
  • Easter Family Fun activities.
  • Easter Competitions within and class Advent calendars in Primary Schools.
  • Ecumenical Prayer Space (May)
  • Medieval Festival WATCH a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCOyG1H1i24
  • Holiday Clubs.
  • Open the Book assemblies.
  • Remembrance Day.
  • Tewkesbury Refugee Support Group (*link below).
  • Christmas Lights Switch-on and Family Fun activities.
In addition, the churches cooperate over outreach in all the schools within the town.