Church Activities

Coffee Mornings: Most Saturday mornings from 10.00 am till 12 noon. There is normally a cake stall. Usually on the first Saturday of each month a Traidcraft stall operates selling fairly-traded goods, such as coffee, tea, and chocolate (see below). For more information contact Liz Sewell (

Exploring Christianity: Meets monthly at 10am on the 2nd Tuesday in the month. Discussions enable participants to get to know the Bible better and to relate its teaching to daily living. For more information contact Roger May (

Tuesday House Fellowship: Meets First Tuesday in the month at 8pm. Sessions led by members of the group or visitors on a variety of topics. There is normally a visit to some place of interest during the year. Occasionally the group prepares and leads a Sunday service. For more information contact Elaine Reader (

Wednesday House Fellowship: Meets First Wednesday in the month at 8pm.  Largely follows a structured course with themes covering four to six meetings. These aim to take people into a deeper knowledge and experience of the Christian life. For more information contact Angela Wilks (

Craft Group: Craft Club meets on Thursday mornings between 10 and 12 noon. We bring own own work, what ever is portable e.g. knitting ,crochet,embroidery or cross stitch. It’s just £10.00 per quarter which includes tea or coffee and biscuits. Due to our limited space we unfortunately have to limit our numbers, so at times we have to have a waiting list. For further information please contact Mrs Pat Brown on 0208 467 7807.

The Guild: Meets Second Thursday in the month at 7.45pm – 8pm. The programme is designed around musical, literary, devotional and citizenship themes. Social events, such as an annual dinner, are an important feature. For more information contact Alan Lockwood (

Ladies Friendship Club: Meets First and Third Tuesday of the month, 10am – 12 in the Welcome Area. Programme includes coffee, tea, walks, London, museums, gardens, and more.

20’s to 40’s: Organises social events such as bowling, a Christmas party, a trip to the theatre and a countryside walk in the summer. For more information contact Gillian Tompkins (

Traidcraft: We also regularly support Traidcraft which sells goods from Third World countries at fair prices that guarantees a better deal for the people who produce them and their families. They cut out the middle men and deal directly with producers. The Traidcraft stall is usually open the first Saturday and Sunday morning in each month.

Badminton Club: Come along at 8.30pm every Wednesday evening. We are a friendly club and always pleased to see new people. We don’t take our badminton too seriously – it’s just for fun!