Brownies are back for a new term.

Meeting every Monday from 6:30 to 8pm in the Family Centre (use rear car park entrance).

It is open for any and all girls aged between 7 and 10.

We would love to see you there.

Half Term Hang Out

If you have care of kids of primary school age or below, come and hang out with us on Tuesday 26 Oct for a half-term doubleheader.

Not only will we be celebrating the launch of our Toddlers group, but older children are invited to come along too for games, Just Dance and Hallowe’en fun.

Our Toddlers group will continue to run every Tuesday morning from 10am – 11.30am.

Harvest Appeal 21

Our Harvest Appeal this year is pants.

We are looking for new socks, pants, boxers, bras, vests, hats and gloves that can be distributed to refugees and asylum seekers by All Nations Ministries. All shapes and sizes, young and old, male and female.

Over the next few weeks you can “drop your pants” in the trolley in the foyer and we will gather them all up and pass them on to All Nations. Or if you would prefer to give a financial gift towards this just mark an envelope or bank transfer for “Harvest Appeal 21”.

You can find out more about All Nations Ministries here or talk to David Maganda or Helen Livingstone on Sunday.

Burgers and Bouncing

As part of our gatherings on Sunday 26 September we will grill some burgers (veggie option available) and do some bouncing (not at the same time).

Our Morning Gathering is at 11am (in church, on Facebook, in garden and in Family Centre) alongside our Family Gathering (in the hall) before we head out to the garden and carpark for food, chats and bouncing. There is no need to book in advance.

We would love you to join us.

Day of Prayer

Go before us, O Lord, in this and all our doings…

As we enter a new season we are setting a day aside to pray.

The church will be open from 7am and throughout the day there will scrolling prayers on the screens as well as prayer prompts in the garden and on Facebook.

We’ll be focussing our prayers on our parish in the morning. Asking God to recalibrate us for what is ahead.

In the afternoon, we will pray for our world.

Prayer Ministry will be available for anyone who wants prayer for themselves, their families or a situation from 10 to 11am and 7 to 8pm. This will all be confidential and you just need to turn up.

We will finish with a time of worship at 8pm followed by fireside chat and prayer.


Family Gathering

Fortnightly Family Gathering at 11am in the Hall. This is particularly suited for families with primary school aged children and is a mixture of story, craft and games. (Bring your own snacks).

Next dates are 12th and 26th September.

Prayer Course

We are running the Prayer Course starting this Thursday and running fortnightly on zoom. Whether you are an expert or a novice this course will help us grow and deepen our prayer life. Anyone can join in (or dip in and out).

Email for info.

This is a prequel to the course we ran before Easter and some of you may have done it before.

If you can’t make it on Thursdays, you can still watch the videos at or read the book “How to Pray” by Pete Greig.