Friendship & Fellowship

Our passion is for all members of our church to feel valued, make friends, find a place to ask questions and grow in faith. To support that, we hold a variety of events and activities for adults, which take place regularly throughout the year:

House Groups
The best way to grow in your faith is through sharing the journey with a smaller group of friends. Honesty, openness, accountability, prayer - doing Christian life together. That’s what house groups are all about.

Our groups meet weekly for relaxed and informal discussion on various aspects of Christian living. Currently we have groups meeting locally at:

  • Monday at 9:45 am

  • Monday, 8:00 pm

  • Tuesday at 8:15 pm

  • Thursday at 8 pm.

Lunch Club & Soup Club
Wednesdays, 1 pm (term time)
Every Wednesday lunch during term time we offer either a full cooked lunch, or soup and a roll (alternate weeks). Popular with seniors but open to all, why not join us and enjoy a chance to make new friends or see old ones?

Coffee Morning
2nd & 4th Fridays, 9-11 am (term time)
Come along for a chat, meet new people, catch up with friends, find out about other local events or services, or simply enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with a homemade cake or two, and take a break from your busy schedule!

All are welcome - no age limits (upper or lower!), and there is no charge - donations for refreshments are optional. There is also a toy/play area available for young children.

Men's Supper Club
3rd Monday, 7:15 pm
Men's Supper Club meets each month for a relaxed meal together, followed by an activity (e.g. skittles, film night) or presentation on a wide variety of different topics by a guest speaker. All men of whatever age are most welcome.

Friends
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 2.30-4 pm
Friends
caters for ladies who enjoy meeting together for conversation, visiting speakers, short monthly services and refreshments.

Art Group
1st & 3rd Fridays, 2:15-4:30 pm
Open to all who share an interest in painting, with helpful tips for beginners and shared ideas for the more experienced artists. 


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