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Dates for your diary

November 27th: Beacon Hill Christmas market & switching on the lights

Church Family Lunch – Sunday 18th December 2022

On Sunday December 18th we will be holding a lunch following the Carol Service. A sign-up sheet will be available at church – please indicate if you are coming & any dietary specifications by 11th December. If anyone would like to be part of the catering team, please let Karen know.

MacMillan Coffee Mornings

This year we raised an amazing £173.65 from our coffee mornings Thank you everyone!

In The Hub

Craft & Company group – 9am-12 noon every Wednesday .

Prayer time on November 14th at 11 a.m.

Do join us for a time of quiet and reflection at 11 a.m. on November 14th using the Zoom link sent out the week before. Let Karen know if there is someone, something or many you would like us to remember in our prayers.

Nurturing our faith together through Bible study

We are continuing to meet with our friends from Fleet URC to discuss a variety of Scripture passages in 2022. All are welcome to come along on Zoom for a wide ranging discussion and provoking thoughts about the texts we read at 11 a.m. on the third Monday of the month. We next meet on November 21st: details available on the tab ‘Nurturing your faith’ above.

As we learn more we will update this page.

Haslemere Food Bank

We have supported the Food Bank as a church community by collecting items at Harvest, at Christmas & at Easter on the road runs to individual houses. The pandemic means there is a constant demand for items. If you have any of the following to spare and can, do drop off at the Methodist Church in Haslemere during Food Bank opening times, on a Wednesday or Friday morning between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m., or at one of the Collection points at

Tesco Haslemere
Waitrose Haslemere
CeeGees Fernhurst

Items they would welcome at present:

All in date, unopened tinned and packaged food items, sanitary products and domestic cleaning products are very much appreciated. With some items more in need than others, donations of the items listed below are particularly welcome:

Urgently Required:

Baked beans
Tinned pasta (spaghetti, ravioli etc)
Packet puddings
Jam / marmalade
Custard
Rice pudding
Tinned vegetables
Tinned fish
Tinned meat meals
Soup
Couscous
Rice
Oats
Hot Chocolate
Coffee
Pasta sauce
Tinned Tomatoes
Cereal
UHT milk
Tea bags
Shower Gel
Toilet roll
Bar soaps
Washing Powder/Liquids
Shower Gel
Toothpaste
Sweet Treats
Savoury snacks

Thank you for your support for the Food Bank. With your help, we will be able to help as many people as possible in our community who find themselves in need of support.

A huge thank you to those who have already donated and to those kind people who regularly donate.

Sight Loss Friendly Church

We are now registered as a Sight Loss Friendly Church as we work towards making our online and real time services more accessible to all. We’ve got lots of work to do and there will be opportunities for us all to access training and resources to support those in our congregation with sight concerns.

Eco Church Award

A small group of members has been investigating the idea of achieving an Eco church award. It’s been done using a survey supplied by A.Rocha, the administrative organisation for the award, just looking at where we are now. If you would like to know more, visit the page in the Menu bar.

We have submitted an application and have been awarded a Bronze Award.

Introducing our updated Sensory Garden

Over the summer of 2019, we started putting the structure in to the back garden of a Sensory Garden, using as many recycled materials as possible. Tom, from Beacon Hill Nursery School, has been brilliant and re-landscaped the area for us during summer 2022, so it can be actively used by the children in the week and the church community at other times.

re-landscaped 2022
Tyres from the local garage, filled with plants donated from members’ gardens! 2019
The Bug House and log pile, built from recycled materials, including the stepping stones! 2019