About Us

at West Mersea Free Church

In Brief

With over 120 people attending our church throughout the week, we are a modern and contemporary church that serves all ages in the community through groups and services.

Our Sunday morning service begins at 10:30am, and on the first Sunday of each month we hold a special all-age family service suitable for all ages. On the other weeks, we invite children & youth to join our Creche (0-3)Causeway Kids (4-11) and Hype (11-18) groups.

Our Services

Sundays @ 10:30am
Our morning service, accompanied by groups for children and young people.

Prayer & Praise @ 6:30pm
Our monthly evening service.

What We Believe

We believe in baptising those who make a commitment to following Christ. The church is affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain, and a member of the Eastern Baptist Association, which enable us to learn from and contribute to God’s mission for our area, our country, and internationally.

Children & Youth

We host a variety of different groups throughout the week for children and young people of all ages. There is a Toddler group for those yet to start school on Wednesdays, and on a Thursday evening we have two groups for young people – Rock Solid (school years 5 & 6) and Boulder (school years 7 – 11).

Various groups also meet on a Sunday, including Causeway Kids, Hype and Phenomenon. We also have a Creche for babies and toddlers during the Sunday morning service.

Groups for Adults

We have a variety of different groups throughout the week for adults of all ages, such as our Sunday servicesTuesday FellowshipJourneysHouse GroupsAlpha courses and various monthly and annual events, including the Prayer Breakfast.

Our History

Founded in 1805, and with the current building constructed in 1841, the church has been serving the community for more than 200 years.

Site Development

We have recently decided to investigate the option of redeveloping our church site and buildings to better serve the community in future, inspired by the work of other churches and the future of our mission. One of our buildings needs continual repair and the site altogether is unable to meet all of our growing needs.