3rd Thursday

3rd Thursday

A place to feed body and soul


3rd Thursday is held at St Andrews Church in Burnham at 2.30pm each Third Thursday of the month, as part of the churches commitment to those living with the effects of Dementia and other forms of vulnerability and their carers.

Open to everyone, people of all faiths and none, Third Thursday offers a short simple church service with familiar and well loved hymns, bible readings and prayers to feed and nourish the soul. The service is followed by tea, coffee, cake and sandwiches to feed the body and provide an opportunity to get to know others living with similar circumstances.

3rd Thursday

When we meet

3rd Thursday of the month at 2:30pm

Where we meet

St Andrew's Church

Group Leader

Rev'd Sharon Eldergil

Email leader

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Our latest news & articles.

  • 1st Anniversary of Dementia Service
    Tuesday, 25 September 2018

    1st Anniversary of Dementia Service


    Our Third Thursday group celebrated their first anniversary last week with help from the town's MP, James Heappey, and the Mayor of Burnham and Highbridge, Cllr Bill Hancock. 

  • COVID-19 | Public worship at St Andrew’s suspended.
    Wednesday, 18 March 2020

    COVID-19 | Public worship at St Andrew’s suspended.

    The church will however remain open for private prayer and any visitors are asked to observe the information about public hygiene.

    Clergy are available to speak to – but this may well involve phone calls rather than face to face conversation. This is in line with our duty of care towards you.

  • Third Thursday Report
    Thursday, 01 March 2018

    Third Thursday Report

    "Five Sparrows"

    Well, it’s been just over six months now since our Reverend Sharon founded the ‘Third Thursday’.

  • Third Thursday Report 2017
    Saturday, 28 April 2018

    Third Thursday Report 2017

    Rev'd Sharon Eldergill

    3rd Thursday is a monthly service that is by no means restricted to those living with Dementia, it is open to all as is any service or activity at St Andrews.