Sunday Morning Services
This has a mixture of lively and more contemplative music, with a Bible-based talk. In July and August we are discovering more about the excellent habits of a 21st cenury Disciple. The children go out for part of the time for their own activites. We take Communion together on the first Sunday in the month.
Join us from 10.30 for free tea and coffee. Have a chat and make friends.
8.00-9.40pm (alternate weeks to Wednesday Prayer Group)
This is a great time to get to know others. Generally there will be a Bible Study, with some prayer or testimony as well. Ask questions, listen to others, learn more about God and yourself in comfortable surroundings. This is held in the Lounge.
Wednesday Prayer Group
8.00-9.00pm (alternate weeks to Monday Housegroup)
Join us in the Lounge as we pray for different nations and more local issues too. For part of the time we are currently working our way through Open Door's book of the 50 most persecuted countries in the world praying specifically for that country and it's Christian brothers and sisters.
Thursdays 9.45-11.30am (during term time only)
Sunshine Corner (our Mums and Tots) has been running since early in 2011. Around 45 to 50 children regularly attend, with 25 to 30 parents, grandparents and carers to look after them. There is an organised programme of play, crafts and "See & Know" sessions for all not to mention coffee, squash and cake breaks with a sing along session at the end of the morning.
Thursdays 12.30-2.30pm (alternate weeks to the Thursday Prayer Group)
This began in 2007 following a complete refurbishment of our kitchen facilities. A two course lunch is served prepared by a professionally qualified chef.
You would be assured of a warm welcome if you want to try us out. There's no need to book - just turn up.
Vicar's Tea Party
2.00-4.00pm (on the last Friday of every month)
We provide a selection of finger sandwiches, salad and pork pies followed by a selection of cakes. These include scones with jam and cream, victoria sponges, coffee and walnut sponges, chocolate sponges and bara brith to name a few (though not all in the same month!).
They are served at table with white linen tablecloths, original Victorian cake stands and serving plates together with matching Victorian tea sets.
It has been running since 2007 and was started as a place for people to come and enjoy good food in good surroundings and to enjoy each others company. It continues to serve the same purpose today with some 30-40 in regular attendance.