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Churches within the City of Chelmsford
is a city centre church with 293 members with a wide ranging programme for all generations. On most Sundays there are two morning services. Their minister is Mike Lewis. There is a Church Office; the Chelmsford Circuit Office is also located on the church premises.
is on the residential estate of the same name, south of the city centre in Lime Walk. It has 106 members, and has a 10.30am morning and a 6.30pm evening service each week ranging in style from the contemporary to the traditional, and all points in between. Groups include Boys' Brigade, Girls' Brigade, DOE Training, Soaking Prayer, Ladies Club, Men’s Club, Friendship Club and Coffee mornings at 10am each Thursday. Their minister is Abe Konadu-Yiadom.
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is in the village of the same name, adjoining the north of Chelmsford. The premises are at 124 Main Road. Although a largely older congregation of 51 members, it has some creative midweek outreach to children detailed on its website.
Broomfield’s minister is Abe Konadu-Yiadom.
is in Springfield, and is an ecumenical church. The Methodists are part of the Anglican-Free Church community. Jane Anderson is the Anglican priest and Mike Lewis is the Methodist minister. There is also a large Roman Catholic community.
is a chapel with a long history. It is just south of Parkway, the busy A-class road that runs through the centre of the city. The building is located on the corner of Hall Street and Roman Road. These days it is a small congregation, with a membership of 12. It lets the building to an entirely separate church, Chelmsford Presbyterian Church. Hall Street has connections with local Christian charities such as Chelmsford CHESS, which serves homeless people. It also holds regular book fairs for Christian Aid. Their minister is Mike Lewis.
Although lying a dozen miles east of Chelmsford, the town of South Woodham Ferrers comes under Chelmsford City Council. Methodists are partners in the town's ecumenical church, Holy Trinity, with the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church in Baron Road. The three denominations hold separate Sunday morning services. Methodist membership is 23. Sue King is the minister.
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