Sundays

We would love you to join us! Here is a rough outline of our morning:
  • 10.15 – drinks in the foyer
  • 10.30 – worship begins
  • Some songs
  • Either communion or children’s bit
  • People share stories for thanks or prayer
  • ~11.00 Children go to their groups
  • Songs and time for people to contribute
  • Teaching
  • ~12.00 Final song & refreshments

 

We have several families with children. There is a sofa at the back for nursing mums and a few quiet toys out.

  • 10.30 – all together for songs with children under supervision of carer.
  • Either communion or children’s bit
  • People share stories for thanks or prayer
  • ~11.00 Children go to their groups
  • There will normally be 1 parent allocated to help.
  • Songs, Bible stories, colouring & crafts, games, prayer
  • ~12.00 Kids play under supervision of carer.
  • Please take your children’s activity sheets home with you – it is a chance for you to talk with them about what they have done.

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On the 3rd Sunday of the month, we serve breakfast from 9.30 until 10.10.

It is normally a cooked breakfast, but sometimes continental. We find it is a fantastic chance to chat and develop friendships before the worship.

We always appreciate help with setting up and clearing away – we are a family. There is normally a pot where voluntary money contributions towards the cost can be placed.

We love to eat and talk together. The 1st Sunday of each month is our Hope Community Lunch is a chance both for the church family to eat together and to bring friends and family who may not want to come to the worship.

  • It is normally a full cooked (2 course) meal.
  • There is a pot for voluntary money contributions.
  • Help is always appreciated in setting up and putting away, but be our guest first time!
  • We normally have some games (eg board games / snooker / outside) for children and young people.

During the Week

We have a variety of midweek groups including:

  • Evening groups in homes
  • Morning group in home
  • Men’s Group (with St Christophers)
  • Ladies’ Group (with St Christophers)

We meet for prayer at the following times. We also have internet prayer groups.

  • Wednesday morning 8.00 – 8.30 in St Christopher’s Room.
  • 3rd Mondy of month 7.30 – 9.00pm in St Christopher’s Room.

We meet for prayer at the following times. We also have internet prayer groups.

  • Wednesday morning 8.00 – 8.30 in St Christopher’s Room.
  • 3rd Mondy of month 7.30 – 9.00pm in St Christopher’s Room.

Serving our Community

We provide confidential advice to those struggling with Debt. Our service is registered with both the Financial Conduct Authority and Community Money Advice. Click here for more details.

We provide confidential advice to those struggling with Debt. Our service is registered with both the Financial Conduct Authority and Community Money Advice. Click here for more details.

We help those who are addicted in various ways (eg alcohol, drugs, gambling, food, shopping …). We do this with the Christians Against Poverty “CAP Release” materials. This includes group sessions over 7 weeks and individual coaching.  Click here for more details.

We partner closely with St Christopher’s Trust which is an independent Christian charity working with people from various churches. They run:

  • Pushchair People – Tuesdays 9.30 – 11.30am – a chance for those with preschoolers to come and chat with other adults while the children can play.
  • Emmaus – Tuesdays 2.30 – 3.30pm – usually includes worship, prayer and some bible study.
  • Community Cafe – Fridays 9.00 – 2.00pm – A standard menu and a specials board are on offer so you can come for a quick coffee or a large breakfast or lunch.
  • Admaston Fun Week in the first week of the summer holidays.

See St Christopher’s website for further details.

Serving Internationally

It is our great pleasure to support projects in Zambia which are run through partner churches there. The support is provided through BREADtrust which is a charity run by the Christ Central Churches in Shropshire.

Joseph and Lillian Mwila lead activities such as:

  • Street Children project feeding and supporting children
  • Foundations for Farming enabling farmers to farm more efficiently.

Click here for more details on the BREADTrust website.

It is our great pleasure to support projects in Malawi through the TearFund Churches Connect Programme.

Our support is for the Eagles programme in particular which offers:

  • Clean water projects
  • Foundations for Farming projects
  • Self-help Groups
  • Offsetting Climate change impacts

Click here for more details on the TearFund website.

It is our great pleasure to support projects in Ukraine which are run through partner churches there. The support is provided through BREADTrust which is a charity run by the Christ Central Churches in Shropshire.

Church leaders in Ukraine lead activities such as:

  • Supporting Refugees
  • Feeding the Poor.
  • Providing Rehabilitation centres

Click here for more details on the BREADTrust website.