A warm welcome awaits you at the Winton United Reformed Church, which is situated in a northern suburb of Bournemouth.

Major building work is currently taking place (December 2017). All activities continue, but take place in the lower hall.

Sunday morning family worship starts at 10.30 am with the lighting of a Candle, when we have some moments of quietness and pray for Peace in our World.

Holy Communion is taken on the first Sunday each month. It is an open table where all who love the Lord Jesus Christ are invited to receive the bread and wine, symbols of his forgiving, life giving, love.

Regular Church Parades are held, often on the fourth Sunday. Members of the Girlguide and Boys' Brigade sections join us and the emphasis is more aimed towards, and often led by, the younger generation.

Following the Service, tea, coffee and squash are served. This gives an opportunity to talk to the Worship Leader and other members of the congregation.

A magazine is printed for most months, which gives further details about the Church and its activities.

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals can be arranged. Contact for details.

A T-Loop system is installed in the Church for the hearing impaired and large print hymn books are also available. Wheelchair access is available to the Church and the separate, lower, hall.

Accessible toilet facilities, which include baby changing facilities, are available from both the Church and the lower hall.

There is a small car park behind the Church. Turn off Luther Road down the side of the Church and turn left at the bottom of the hill.


We are a Fair Trade Church and use fairly traded coffee and tea at Church events. Traidcraft Fair Trade goods are usually available for purchase at the Coffee Morning on the 2nd Tuesday each month and after the service on the 4th Sunday.