Regular Church Events and Activities

Regular Church Events: Please note that we are in the process of trying to restart as many of our activities as safely possible in line with government restrictions. These may now be held outside for the time being, however we remain active in the community and all events can be seen on our “Future Events” page. Please do not hesitate to contact one of us if you require any further information or assistance.

Prayer Group – this is a weekly meeting at the Methodist Chapel from 9.30am to 10.15am. All are welcome and for those that are unable to attend a prayer box can be found at the front of the church for any special prayers that you wish to be included.

Meditation Group – a fortnightly meeting for Christian Meditation from 2.15pm to 3.00pm in our Methodist Chapel. Again, all are welcome.
Contact Dave on 01372 454850 for more information. 

Oasis – a monthly meeting at 12.30pm on the 3rd Thursday of the month in the Methodist Chapel Hall. Bible studies have developed into a Lunch time get-together, called ‘Oasis’, around a simple meal with plenty of discussion around topics of current interest and of course the Bible with our Minister Rev Kim Plumpton.
Contact Dave on 01372 454850 for more information.

Improve your Walking Group – meeting in the King George IV car park on Thursday mornings. Half an hour walk then some stretching to help with speed, balance and stamina.
Please call Norma on 01372 459354 if you are interested in joining us.

Heritage weekends – The Methodist Chapel, Parish Church, All Saints and the Tithe Barn are usually all open during September.  The chapel has our normal exhibition of local history local heroes, Methodist history and of course a bit on our dinosaurs, fossils and meteorites for the children. Delicious cakes etc are available. This is a fascinating display and the refreshments were great too! Look out for next year’s dates

Advent –  We had a very successful Living Nativity and look forward to doing it again next year and of course well supported Christmas services in each of the churches.

Easter –   local residents and shoppers enjoyed the Hot Cross buns we distributed on Maundy Thursday. On Good Friday our usual devotional walk took place from All Saints Church to our chapel for the “At the Foot of the Cross” service.  

Easter Cross