What’s on

Everyone is welcome to join any of our regular church activities and you will find our regular calendar of events on this page. You may also have particular interest in our special services, many of which are held to celebrate key Christian festivals.

We will be running our annual Easter Egg trail on 1st April.

Services Coming Up

We meet on Sunday mornings at 10:30 at The Mead School, Hilperton

In March we have a series on the Servant Songs in the book of Isaiah:

  • 3rd March: The Servant will bring justice
  • 10th March (Mothering Sunday): The Servant will restore and gather Israel
  • 17th March: Holy Communion title tbc
  • 24th March (Palm Sunday): The Servant will follow God’s call
  • 31st March (Easter Day): The suffering, redeeming Servant

In April and May, after one more look at Isaiah, we will consider some of the more challenging things Jesus says in Matthew’s gospel:

  • 7th April: Highway to Holiness
  • 14th April: Get your priorities right
  • 21st April: Use what you have
  • 28th April: Love your enemies
  • 5th May: There may be trouble ahead
  • 12th May: Holy Communion title tbc
  • 19th May (Pentecost Sunday): I will pour out my Spirit
  • 26th May: God will provide



You’re invited!

Alpha is an opportunity to explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you are interested.

On Sundays we meet at the Mead Primary School at 10.30 am for worship, prayer, Bible teaching and ministry.

All services have a relaxed atmosphere with hot and cold drinks before the service and a chance to catch up with friends or welcome newcomers. Whilst we are committed to always being flexible and responsive to the Holy Spirit in our services, we seek to plan our services to achieve a balance of activities that support the spiritual growth of our church family.

See below for more details of the different kinds of services.

Life Groups are our small groups that meet weekly, giving the opportunity to build friendships, share experiences and explore more about our faith.

Each week varies according to the needs of the people in the group, but activities can include worship, prayer and learning together from the Bible to see how our faith is worked out in practice. These groups also provide an opportunity for enjoying time together socially and encouraging one another on life’s journey.

We currently meet in someone’s home each Thursday evening.

Whether getting together as a church family or serving the local community, there are many opportunities for other activities in the life of the church.

In summer we enjoy time away together at the New Wine Christian festival.

As part of the wider Trowbridge church community and getting involved in activities like joint services and toddler groups.

Alpha Courses run in local homes for those wanting to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed and informal environment

Supporting the families, schools and communities of Paxcroft Mead and Castle Mead – see Community 


Service of the Word

Worship, prayer and Bible teaching for all, with separate children’s groups after the first half-hour, leaving the adults to continue in worship, prayer and Bible teaching.


An informal family communion service in which the whole church family joins together in liturgy that helps us celebrate the Lord’s Supper together. After this time the children leave for their groups and adults continue in worship, prayer and Bible teaching.

Family Service

A worship and teaching time suitable for all ages in which we seek to engage everyone in participative activities that help us worship and learn together.

Youth Service

A service focussed on issues and questions that are particularly relevant to young people and in which we seek to engage youth in planning and taking part in the service. Younger children have their regular groups as normal.

Messy Church

An all-age service with a fun, relaxed atmosphere where we seek to worship and learn together using creative or craft activities. These services are great for building friendships and provide an opportunity to create something that can be taken home or used in church as a visual reminder of a biblical truth.