Fellowship & Friendship

We value the opportunity to share fellowship with one another, and provide many different regular opportunities for individuals to get together to build friendships in a variety of different environments. These are a great way to meet different people within the life of the church, and many find these groups are an easy way to get more involved.

Each group and activity is open to new members, and offer a great way of inviting new friends along to experience more of the fellowship and love which is at the heart the gospel message.



Shuttlecock Badminton  Senior Badminton meet in the back hall on Mondays from 8-10pm, with Ladies meeting on Wednesdays from 1.30-3pm.
  Indoor Bowling  A group of 12 to 15 people meet on Tuesday Afternoons during winter months for short mat indoor bowls (not to be confused with carpet bowls). This is a fun filled afternoon 2PM to 4PM with a tea break half way.  No previous knowledge is needed as members soon pick up the rudiments with plenty of help from the more seasoned members. 

Art Group  The Art Group meets every Monday during term times in the main hall of the Church Centre from 1.45pm-3.45pm. Members bring their own materials – water colours, oil, acrylic and pastels are all used – and spend a pleasant afternoon together, offering mutual help and advice when required. There is no formal tuition.

The Art Group hold a charity coffee morning once a year where there is an exhibition and sale of paintings. Examples of their work are on display in the Fellowship Room. Membership is open to all; you do not need to be a member of the Church to join. There is an annual subscription. Jean Taylor is the group secretary.

  Rambling Club  This group undertake walks of between 6 and 11 miles every 2 weeks.
  Saturday Strollers  Each stroll is about 5 miles with a coffee break along the way. The group meet at 9.30am behind the Health Centre, normally on the second Saturday in the month.
  Friday Nighters Groups  We have three different ‘Friday Nighters’ Groups which provide a variety of different social settings for developing friendships. Each group meet regularly in different homes, and a variety of activities including walks, meals, theatre trips and so on.
  CAMEO  Primarily for our retired members, CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 11.00am in the Church Centre. It provides refreshments, worship, fellowship and an interesting speaker.
  Link  This is a meeting for ladies on alternate Thursdays at 2.30pm. It offers worship, fellowship, refreshments, a range of quality speakers and themes with occasional outings.
  Occasional events  We have a range of events that happen from time to time, focused particularly for the 20s-40s age group, including activities such as quizzes, murder mysteries and meals.
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