An active Christian congregation worshipping in an historic building set at the heart of the community.
For over 1300 years the Minster has been a living centre for pilgrimage, prayer, mission and worship. Today that work continues, as its community extends a warm and inclusive welcome to all who come through its doors. The Minster is not a museum, although we have inherited some wonderful treasures from the past. More than anything, it is a place where people have encountered something of God's love and (to quote T S Eliot) "where prayer has been valid". We hope you will come and discover that truth for yourself.
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Saturday 21st May: after a journey of 119km and a climb of 477m, our happy band of pilgrims has finally arrived at Satiago de Compostela:
On 26th June 2016 at 3pm, there will be a Saying Goodbye service in Wimborne Minster.
Wimborne Minster & the Northern Villages 2016 Course Programme
- Aspects of Prayer Monthly Series of Sermons
- Tuesday Evenings: Prayers in the Old Testament
- 'Reflections' Thursday evenings
|29th MAY FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY|
|11.30am||Baptisms - Rosie Thomas + Oscar Roper|
Sunday 29 May 8:00 - 8:45am
Sunday 29 May 9:45 - 11:00am
Sunday 29 May 11:30 - 12:30pm
Baptism of Rosie Thomas and Oscar Roper
Sunday 29 May 6:30 - 7:30pm
Monday 30 May 8:30 - 9:00am
Wimborne Minster is a Registered Charity and depends completely on the generosity of its congregation and visitors. It costs £800 a day to maintain this magnificent building and its Christian mission. If you would like to support us, please use the button to the left. Thank you.
Prayers are said in the Minster every day. If you would like us to include your own confidential requests and thanksgivings please write them here (max 100 words).