What’s On

Hope Street

Hope Street is our youth group (Yr 8 – Yr 14) which meets from 7:30 – 9:30 on a Sunday evening. At Hope Street, our team aims to equip our teenagers to live their lives faithfully before God by knowing and discussing what God says in His Word, while also having fun along the way! Unfortunately, due to current restrictions, Hope Street has been suspended in favour of smaller groups meeting.


Small Groups

To encourage people to go deeper in their study of God’s Word and in their relationships with each other, we have a network of small groups that meet in people’s homes throughout the week.

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Crossroads & Firehouse

Crossroads and Firehouse are our senior youth small groups, for guys and girls respectively (Yr11–14). We gather together to study God’s word, and think about how we can better live our lives as Christians. At the moment we are meeting every week as Hope Street is not running.


Sunday Morning Live provides age appropriate worship & biblical teaching for our children during the Sunday morning church service. We hope to return to running SML on the 22nd November in person, but material will still be provided online for those unable to attend.


Boys’ Brigade & Girls’ Association

The Boys’ Brigade/Girls Association is a Christian organisation for boys and girls of all ages – from the start of primary school through to 18 years old. Our Company Captain, Mark Chambers, and his team arrange a programme of activities for the boys and girls in different age groups and across a range of different nights.

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The POD is our new junior youth fellowship for Yr8–10. We meet every week to look at the basics of our Christian faith, covering topics from ‘why do we go to church?’ to ‘who is Jesus really?’. Along the way we play games and have loads of fun!


Our normal crèche facilities are suspended due to the current covid restrictions. However, the room is available during our services should parents wish to take their children out of church.


Kids & Co

Kids & Co is our weekly toddler group that meets on Friday mornings (10:00 – 11:30) in our Church Hall. However our activities are currently suspended due to covid–19 and will recommence once government guidelines permit.


Friendship Hour

Friendship Hour is our weekly get–together for the more senior members of our congregation. Our deaconess, Rachel Cubitt, would love to welcome you along to the group which meets each Thursday from 2.30 – 3.30 in the church halls. Currently suspended due to covid–19 restrictions.


Men ReTyred

An occasional get together for men of retirement age. Check our weekly eBulletin for news and updates.

Indoor Bowls

Our indoor bowling club meets on Thursday afternoons from 2.00 – 4.00 and is open to anyone, irrespective of age. Don’t worry about not having your own bowls – we have plenty to share. Also, we don’t expect you to be ‘Jim Baker’ as the emphasis is on having fun and fellowship … and of course lots of tea! The club is currently suspended during the current restrictions and will recommence as soon as government guidelines permit.



Our badminton club meets on a Monday evening at 8.30 with an opportunity for more senior players to meet for a game on Thursday mornings. Activities are currently suspended due to covid–19 restrictions.

Sew and So’s

A ladies’ group which meets on Fridays, providing an opportunity to meet, enjoy coffee and try a few craft activities together.


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