A liberal & inclusive church, seeking God through beauty in our worship, honesty in our faith & doubt, & service in our community

Music is very important in the life of Christ Church. We have a lively and successful choir and a fine organ.

mark Mark Elliott is Director of Music at Christ Church. He studied Music and Computer Science at Keele University where he was organ scholar. Mark is also a Church of England Reader and when not directing music at Christ Church he works for a financial software company in Yate. He can be contacted by email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or by telephone on 01225 445360.
  David Winters is Organist and Assistant Director of Music. He started learning to play the organ in his teens and his first “job” was at St John’s Church, Epping, as the Assistant Organist. He then went on to an Organ Scholarship at the University of Southampton and it was whilst studying there that he gained his ARCO. In his professional life, David is as a doctor working in Emergency Medicine.
  Will Beech joined Christ Church as Organ Scholar in the autumn of 2022. He is a student at the University of Bath.


Upcoming Services

Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 23 Jun at 10:00am
Contemplative Iona Service
Sun 23 Jun at 5:00pm
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 27 Jun at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 30 Jun at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 4 Jul at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 7 Jul at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 11 Jul at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 14 Jul at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 18 Jul at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 21 Jul at 10:00am
Choral Evensong
Sun 21 Jul at 4:30pm
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 25 Jul at 11:00am

Latest Events

Capella Nova Choir - Rehearsal
Sat 22 Jun 4:50pm-6:30pm
Capella Nova - Concert
Sat 22 Jun 7:30pm-10:00pm
The Cedar Tree Community Cafe
Fri 28 Jun 11:00am-1:30pm
Stories behind our favourite hymns
Tue 2 Jul 6:00pm-8:30pm
Electoral Polling Station
Thu 4 Jul 6:00am-10:30pm