Click on one of the church groups below for more information.
We meet at 7:30pm every Monday evening in the Church Parlour and on Zoom. Currently we're on our summer break but will re-start in September.
As Christians we believe God gave us the Bible to act as a lamp to our feet and a light to our path, inspiring, guiding and challenging our understanding; revealing what really matters in the journey of life. As Christians we believe that God gave us freedom to think and work out life and faith in each new generation. We have not only scripture, but our own reason and experience – all of which we can reflect upon as we seek to make sense of the modern world. The great tradition of Methodism is that we should gather in groups to work this out together. So we meet regularly to read the Bible and to talk about life. You don’t need to be clever to do this, or have lots of previous experience, or even need to know the Bible very well... we just come as we are!
If you would like to join our regular Bible Exploration Group you would be most welcome. Contact Rev'd. Alan for details on how you can join in. If you're not able to meet with us on Zoom, please find some Bible texts for you to study at home. There is a further Bible Reading list available here.
We look forward to being able to meet again very soon in the Red Room at church from 10.30am until 12.00 noon on the second Saturday each month to share practical skills, make progress with current projects, chat and share refreshments. When we're able to restart why not drop in for coffee and a chat? We'd love to see you!
“Feed My Sheep" – Coffee with Purpose!
Come and join us for coffee, cake, conversation and friendship from 10:00am till noon on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month; beginning on 16th November 2021. Open to all, pay as you feel, all monies raised in November will support the work of the Alzheimer’s Society.
We are a group of children and young people aged from 3 to 18. We meet every Sunday morning from 10.30am – 11.45am. We enjoy food, fun and fellowship through a range of bible based activities. At the end of the session we join with the congregation in church and share what we have been doing. KYC is often involved in leading, or helping to plan worship on a Sunday morning.
As part of our mission work we sponsor a boy in Ghana. His name is Isaac and we correspond regularly with him. We also collect clothes for the homeless and initiated a project called “Feed my Sheep”, which provides a meal and company for people who regularly eat alone.
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ItL is a worship group which every fortnight leads the first part of Sunday morning worship from 10:00am. We enjoy singing contemporary songs, accompanied by piano, cornet, electric guitars and drum kit. The musicians often play throughout the morning service and the group occasionally plans and leads the whole service. As part of our mission work we continue to sponsor a child in Africa. His name is Marcel and we correspond regularly with him.
Drums & Piano at the front of Church
Beavers (6-8 years): Thursday 5:30 — 6:30pm
Cubs (8-10½ years): Thursday 6:45 — 8:00pm
Scouts (10½-14 years): Friday 7:15 — 9:15pm
Girlguiding Rainbows (5-7 years)
Girlguiding Brownies (7-10 years)
Mother and Toddlers is held in the Church Hall on Thursday mornings during term time from 10:15am. We offer crafts, music, stories, games & toys. Please call for further details. Direct dial: 01384 358 397
We are a Church run Playgroup that has been in existence for over 50 years. We've changed a lot over the years and now are a Pre-Nursery Group for children aged from 2-3yrs. We are registered with OFSTED for 36 children and offer funded places for eligible two and three year olds prior to them leaving to go to one of the seven School Nurseries in the area.
We are open Monday, Wednesday and Fridays during Term Time from 9.15 – 11.45am and the same children attend each session. The children are in two Groups – Panda and Zebra – and we have the use of two rooms, a large hall and a smaller quieter room and the groups change rooms after snack time to enable the children to experience all the activities on offer. The children work towards the Early Years Foundation Stage goals and staff monitor their progress through Observations, Next Steps and the Learning Journeys.
It is our aim to be a caring, happy and friendly group where each child will make friends, develop their social skills and learn to be part of a group. To achieve this we plan a wide range of activities and special events for the children to enjoy during their time with us and provide an environment which is safe and stimulating in which they can achieve their goals. Our partnership with parents is very important to us and we offer them the opportunity to take an active part in their child’s time with us. Our key person system ensures that each child has their needs met and enables us to make sure each child is supported in all areas of their development.
All Staff regularly access training via Early Years Dudley to update their knowledge by attending relevant courses. We are committed to Safeguard all children in our care and all the staff regularly update their Enhanced Disclosure from DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service). Staff are encouraged to look for new ideas to make each child’s time with us a very happy one where they progress, grow in confidence and are ready to go on to School Nursery or Pre-School.
Inspected by OFSTED, the quality of the provision is Good.
You are welcome to come and look around. Please just ring the doorbell on the car park entrance door, or contact the Playgroup for more information.
Direct dial: 01384 277 464 Email the Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sessions: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9.15am - 11.45am (Term time)
Cost: From Sept 2020 - £35.25 for the three sessions. Free places are available for eligible 2 and 3 year olds.
Eligibility: All children from two years old.
Please Note: There is normally a waiting list, but no referral is required. Please speak to us for more details.