Western Way Chapel is a Christian Fellowship who believe the Bible is the inspired word of God and base our lives and worship on it's teaching.

We believe that faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ brings eternal salvation and a living relationship with God our heavenly Father through the Holy Spirit.

Sunday 23rd December was a busy day for Western Way Chapel, Dymock. In the morning we held a short Carol Service at the flats in Western Way followed by coffee and mince pies. In the evening we held our Carols by Candlelight Service, the Chapel had been beautifully decorated with candles, a Christmas tree and a Crib scene. Around 35 people attended to sing Carols and we thank Ruth Hayden-Cox for playing the electric piano and violin, Richard Blandford sang a Carol solo, children read passages from the Bible about the Christmas story and Victor Newman gave a short message. The evening ended with seasonal refreshments for which we gratefully thank all those who prepared them.

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Our Family service is designed for all ages, a mix of traditional and modern, you'll be very sure of a warm welcome.

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The young people in our village are important to us, we offer a safe and fun environment at our Pilgrims evening every Monday night from 6.15pm to 7.45pm.

Photos from our summer BBQ HERE

Share lunch

Our share Lunch every other Thursday is great way to meet people outside of the church to share a meal and fellowship.

Sheltered housing

We have a close relationship with Western Way Sheltered Housing and hold several meetings a year with the residents there.

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Our new Daffodil Line Cafe is open every last Wednesday of the month from 10.30am till 12.00 - Drop in for a coffee and a chat - All welcome.
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"We were delighted to have the privilege of baptising Richard Blandford last Sunday at Western Way Chapel. There are so many true believers in the church of Christ who have not moved on to the next step of public baptism by immersion. If that's you, how about it? Congratulations Richard!"

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