House groups are a rewarding way to understand more about our faith. We meet in people’s homes or sometimes in church. Our groups study the Bible, often using study guides, and apply what we have learned to our lives. We grow together in fellowship in our Christian faith. We are meeting on Zoom while restrictions apply.
Times of meeting and leaders:
Tuesday morning (weekly – 10 am): Pam Horne
Wednesday morning (weekly – 10 am): Pam Horne
Thursday morning in church (weekly – 9.30 am): Revd Keith Town
Thursday evening (weekly – 7.30 pm): Angela Horder
If you would like to find out more, contact Pam Horne
We meet every Wednesday in the church hall at 2:45pm to 3:45pm and there is no need to book a place, just come along and join in.
Everyone is welcome, both ladies and gentlemen.
We have a speaker every other week on a wide variety of interesting subjects and meet socially on the other week. We begin with a ‘thought for the day’, then we listen to our speaker. On social afternoons we often share reminiscences or thoughts on a given theme but always something of interest.
To find out more contact Wendy White.
The Wesley Guild is part of the social and caring life of the Church.
It was established by the Methodist Church over 100 years ago and is often
described as a “Youth Club for Adults”. It is open to all church members and friends. We allow plenty of time for fellowship and conversation and offer a varied programme of speakers.
We meet at the Church every Tuesday at 7.30 pm, generally in school term time only, in the Wesley Room upstairs and finish with a cup of tea/coffee and biscuits about 8:30 pm.
Visitors are very welcome and we look forward to seeing new members during the coming year.
For further details of this years programme please contact one of the Secretaries: Stuart Nuttall or Tony Watkinson
We meet for breakfast in the church at 9:00 am on the second Saturday of every month to share time together over a ‘Full English’ cooked breakfast.
All men are welcome to come along and please feel free to bring a friend, relative or neighbour. It’s an opportunity during the hour to get to know one another a little better and catch up over some good food.
For more details contact Keith Harvey