LINKS : RELIGION
There are a number of churches in Great Dunmow, spanning a broad range of different religions, and those with a website are listed here:
|› Dunmow Baptist Chapel|
We are a small yet energetic church where the age of our congregation ranges from under 10 to over 80. The morning and evening Sunday services last around an hour and include a children’s talk. Our services follow a traditional format and are family-friendly so everyone feels a part of the worship. You are very welcome to come along to any of our meetings.
|› Five Parishes|
The United Parish of Broxted with Chickney and Tilty and Great Easton and Little Easton - this website includes information about the five churches, as well as a monthly newsletter.
|› St Mary the Virgin Church|
The earliest known reference to a church in Great Dunmow is in a Saxon will dated 1045 but we do not know where the church was located. The earliest recorded vicar was Geoffrey de Dunmow in 1197 and the first church on the present site in Churchend was probably built about 1250.
|› United Reformed Church|
Formed in 1972, the URC brings together Christians from Congregationalist, Churches of Christ and Presbyterian denominations. With 1600 local churches in the UK today it is a broad tradition encompassing evangelical, liberal and charismatic understandings of the faith. We share central beliefs with other Christians and are committed to the growing unity of the church.
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