Ordinary people following an Extraordinary God

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Regular events

CAP Cafe

3rd Thursday of every Month

10.00am - 12.00am

This is part of our CAP Christians Against Poverty ministry.  It provides a safe and relaxed place for clients to come and chat with other clients and members of the church.  It is very informal and also provides an opportunity for people to speak to Terry, the centre manager or other members of his team.

Everyone is welcome to come along whether they are involved with CAP or not.

Play & Stay

Little Treasures

Tuesdays & Fridays

9.30am-11.30am

These sessions provide a safe place for preschool children to play and interact with other children whilst the parents can sit and chat with other parents.

Each session includes:

Dads Club

Men Behaving Dadly

 

We are so sorry but this group no longer meets.  However, if you are the parent of Junior school children, please watch this space as we hope to launch a Kids Cinema Club in the Spring once the last of the building work is completed inside.

 

 

Sew & Grow

Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the Month 
9.30am-12.00am

This group is for anyone who likes:

  • knitting
  • sewing
  • patchwork & quilting
  • jewellery making
  • scrapbooking
  • cardmaking
  • drinking coffee and chatting

Everyone is welcome regardless of age or skill level.  Just bring along whatever it is you fancy doing, whether it is a new project or an unfinished one found at the back of the cupboard.  

Tuesday Fellowship

Every week at 2.00pm

Come and join us for:

  • guest speakers
  • worship time
  • refreshments
  • friendship

All are welcome.

Periodically through the year we hold our 'Food for Thought' events that include a meal together with a guest speaker.

Food Bank

Crisis can hit any of us at any time whereby the money we expect to have doesn't turn up, or some other financial difficulty hits. This is particularly true for those who depend upon Benefits.
We therefore give basic food parcels to people in desperate need to tide them over the immediate crisis.
Some are homeless, and while we cannot continue to support indefinitely, we try to help with something, and to give a cup of tea or coffee while they are with us.