Weekly Activities

After the recent Covid-19 Lock down we are slowly re-opening and re-starting all our Church activities. Everyone is very welcome to come to (almost) any of our regular meetings. Some require special talents, a few are for particular age groups perhaps, and one or two are full at the moment. But there is plenty to try here which doesn’t need expertise with a screwdriver, a racquet or a toddler; see the calendar for details of particular meetings and do come along.

Monday's - Working Party, Scrabble & Badminton Club

9.30 am       Working party:  a group of members/friends with DIY skills and experience …
10.00 am     Scrabble Club for those who like company, chat and board games
7.30 pm       Badminton Club, weekly; improve your badminton skills with exercise and friendly competition.


Working party

The working party is a group of members/friends with DIY skills and experience who undertake maintenance tasks and ‘odd jobs’ as needed. The church premises are beautifully cleaned and maintained by our dedicated caretakers, supported by this small group.

They carry out routine maintenance work, repair jobs, painting, cleaning outside areas and any odd jobs as required. It is also a time of informal fellowship and a cup of coffee. The workload fluctuates quite considerably and help is particularly welcome as we prepare for special events, those busy periods at Christmas, Easter, Harvest, concerts, etc.

Tuesday's - Friendship Club

10.00 am     Tuesday friendship Club:  entertainment, lunch & refreshments

Day Center
Meets every Tuesday from 10.00 to 3.00. An opportunity for those who spend much of their time alone and who wish for some care and company and to enjoy a day of games, music and friendship. There is also a hot lunch and refreshments served throughout the day. The church minibus provides transport if required.

Wednesday: Bible study

1:45  – Bible study : a chance to share the word of God trough fellowship 

this is a weekly bible study on a wednesday afternoon where we connect with God through his word and fellowship with others

Contact Reverned Matthew for more infomation

Thursday's - Tennis, CAMEO

2.00 pm      Short Tennis; weekly
7.30 pm      Cameo, monthly:  a variety of talks, chat and light refreshments for all ages

CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other)
A popular and well supported group which meets monthly from 7.30 to 9.30 on Thursday evenings, and which  is open to everyone.

There are talks on a variety of subjects and occasional social evenings.  Meetings end with refreshments and chat which makes a good opportunity to meet people and make friends.

African Fellowship (Congolese)
This fellowship meets on alternate Thursdays from 6 – 7, and offers worship and fellowship in Swahili. All are welcome. The leader is Byoumbé, formerly an Evangelist with the Methodist Church in the Congo. All are most sincerely welcome, especially if you can manage the language!



Friday's - Table Tennis & Choir Rehearsal

2.00-4.00 pm      Senior Table Tennis Club – for the fit and active retired
7.30 pm      Choir Rehearsal

Choir Rehearsal

The Choir meets on a Friday evening to practice from 7.15 pm to 9.00 pm.

Music is an important feature of our worship, and the group sings an introit and an anthem on Sunday mornings as well as leading the hymn singing. The music reflects  the various seasons of the year and is both traditional and contemporary. If you can read music and sing a part, you are warmly invited to join with us, and see if this is for you.

For more information, please speak to one of the singers after a service, who will point out their secretary.

There is also an orchestra which plays at special events such as the candlelight carol service, and new members are always welcome.


Saturday's - Coffee Morning


10.00 am    Coffee morning

our coffee mornings’s have been put hold for time being as we are reviewing it. we are hoping that sometime in the furture we can start them up again

keep an eye out here for more updates about it.



Additional Ways To Connect

Traidcraft stall, We are a Fairtrade church.

After church on the second Sunday of the month there a stall provides a wide range of Fairtrade foods (including chocolate, coffee and dried fruit), cleaning products and gifts.

Bookstall / library, every Sunday at coffee after the service. Books can be bought, borrowed or ordered.

House groups, business meetings and study courses are as announced in Contact, our church magazine, The Methodist, the circuit magazine, the weekly notice sheet or on the calendar.

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