Welcome to the Shaftesbury Team Ministry

We are the Church of England in Shaftesbury Dorset, serving the community and serving Jesus where we are. The church is about people and faith and we know you will find a warm open welcome at all the churches in our team whether you are a visitor, a local or someone just looking for the deeper meaning of life.
You’re welcome.

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  • Latest News via eContact

    econtact_logo We are sorry that the team office has been closed this week and will be closed next week opening again on the 11th March. This is due to illness. This means if you have any queries then please contact your churchwardens as first point of call ... Read more
  • Godspell

    GodspellRehearsals are well under way in both the music and dramatic aspects of the production; words and music are being committed to memory and dance routines practiced.  Performances will take place in church; the dates are March 26th, 27th  and 28th 2015 and ticket details will be published nearer the ... Read more
  • Messy Church

    Messy ChurchThe next Messy Church will take place in the hall of Motcombe Primary School at 3.00pm on Sunday March 8th.  As it is the week before Mothering Sunday the theme will be ‘Mothers and others’.  For further information contact Jill Jenkinson on 855476 (jilljenkinson45@sky.com) or Sarah Berry on 850161 (sarah@hakey.org.uk) Read more
  • Lent Lunches 2015 in Shaftesbury

    Christian AidDo join us for our churches together lent lunches which are held in the town hall from noon to 1.30pm every Friday during lent. You will be sure of a warm welcome and a warm lunch. All proceeds go to Christian Aid. 20th February 27th February 6th march 13th march 20th march 27th march There is also ... Read more
  • Death of Dr. Norman Cuttle

    Norman Cuttle
LLM & PCC Member It is with sadness that we report the death of Dr. Norman Cuttle who will be known throughout the team as an LLM and worshipper at St James. Norman had been suffering from mini-strokes for several months and after a fall and infection and a few weeks in hospital he ... Read more