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GOING HIGHER, DEEPER AND WIDER
An Elim Pentecostal Church. Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance.
Registered Charity 251549 (England & Wales) SC037754 (Scotland)
For more details before visiting, feel free to contact Eric on 01202 951003 or 07742 906923.
Come and Join Us!
Sunday Service Times: 10:30 am & 6 pm
Sunday Children Ministry : 11:30 am
On Leigh Road, Wimborne, BH21 1AE, car park behind the church.
Welcome to the online presence of Wimborne Elim. We’re hoping this site gives you a good sense of who we’re trying to be as a community of faith, and that you’ll feel welcome to join us in person anytime!
Here at Wimborne Elim you’ll find a warm welcome and enjoy a variety of modern songs like “Oceans”
by Hillsong United.
When you browse through our website you’ll notice that we are a church that reaches out to the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ. To that end, we strive to be welcoming, responsive, trusting and prayerful in everything we do. To be thoughtful and committed about who we say we are—it is our aim to provide you with spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual and social care, support and stability.
If you need a place to be welcomed, to ask hard questions, to learn what it means to be a radical follower of Jesus, please be in touch. With every experience of this community you should expect to be challenged, encouraged, taught, fed, stretched and, most of all, loved.
Welcome to the adventure of faith; we’ll be looking for you!
Verse of the Day
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About Wimborne, About our County.
Sermon of the Week
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Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. (Phil 4:6)
Thought of the week
If you seek for goodness, give goodness away first, if you seek for kindness, give kindness away first, if you seek for respect, give respect away first...truth be said, what you give away first returns to you a 100 fold. Why? For a single seed always produces more than what is sowed.