Living Light Wellington

Living Light Wellington meets on Sunday mornings at Court Fields School. We come ready to hear from God together through fellowship, worship and teaching. Whether you are new to Living Light or looking for more ways to get connected and involved, we want to welcome you!

Living Light Wellington
Sundays at 10:30 AM (GMT)

Court Fields Community School
Mantle Street, Wellington TA21 8SW, UK

What to expect when you visit.

We meet on Sundays from 10:30am-12pm at Court Fields Community School on
Mantle Street, Wellington TA21 8SW, UK.

Our meetings consist of worship, announcements, a short break for parents to take kids to classes, followed by a teaching.

When you visit, tell someone you are new and they will help answer your questions!

Biblical Teaching


As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God. Catch up on the latest teachings or browse all Wellington messages.

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Children stay with their parents for our time of worship. Our Sunday morning meetings include children’s classes for ages 3-12.

Wellington Contact

We share the Taunton office at:
Gipsy Lane, Bishop’s Hull, Taunton, TA1 5LQ, UK

07956 131851‬

Our Vision


Why we are in Wellington

Living Light Church was planted here in Wellington from Taunton at the end of 2012 in response to the clear leading of God. We believe God has called us here to serve His purposes for this town and play a particular role in the following:

  • Support and encourage other parts of the church here in Wellington
  • Work in unity with the whole church in the town
  • Reach out to the community with the good news of Jesus Christ in love and service
  • Be a blessing and serve Court Fields School
  • Help build stronger links between the church in Wellington and the church in Taunton


Most churches refer to their leaders as pastors. While Jesus has given some individuals to the church as pastors (Eph. 4:11)—or to translate the original word properly, shepherds—that is not the term used in the New Testament for local church leaders. Those men were called elders or overseers. We therefore believe the biblical pattern for leadership of the local church is by a plurality of elders under the oversight of apostolic ministry. The men called to this role must outwork pastoral care and exercise biblical authority in the life of the church. Gifting and Christ-like character are necessary for this task.

Elders and Wives

Chris and Marie Izzett

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Kevin and Julie Parker

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Trefor and Jade Jones

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