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Churches within the Maldon District
The old market town of Maldon on the Blackwater Estuary is famous for its oysters and annual mud race. The Methodist premises were erected in 1862, and the congregation currently has 78 members. The church, located at the lower end of High Street (CM9 5PB), has strong work with children and young people, as well as more traditional groups for older people. It hosts a choir, Harambee, that puts on two or three productions a year. Worship covers a range of styles. Sue King is the minister.
Burnham is a United Reformed Church, which looks after the local Methodist interests, including ten of our members. Methodism has been in the town since 1862, but we closed and moved into the URC in 1984. Today, the town is known as a yachting centre. The church is located at 53 Station Road, just by the police marine headquarters. The minister is Jon Morgan
For further information on each church click on the name of the church above the photograph. (*) denotes no external website
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Mums & Tots on Mondays from 10:00 to 12:00
Junior Youth Club on Wednesdays from 18:15 to 19:45 for ages 8 to 11
Youth Club on Wednesdays from 19:30 to 21:00 for ages 11 to 16
CUBB (“Can You Be Bovered”) on Sunday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 for ages 0 to 18
Visit the “Youth Activities” blog at
to see some of the activities of the Youth Clubs and CUBB
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