News

See the recent letter from Rev’d Ruth Dillon here

Our next coffee morning

Join us for coffee on Saturday 15th August at 11 a.m. to catch up with one another and have a chat. An invitation to join the Zoom gathering has been sent out by email or details on how to phone in have been sent to those who prefer to join us this way. See you there!

Monthly Virtual Nurture Group NEXT SESSION: August 17th

Similar to Bible Study; however, we will be looking at a theme over the next few months. The theme for the meetings will be the Parables of the Kingdom. It will be an interactive group on Zoom, so if you would like to join in, details will be sent out in advance with an invitation link to join the Zoom meeting. Our next meeting is on August 17th at 2 p.m.

Monthly Virtual Prayer Group NEXT SESSION: September 14th

There will be a Prayer Time via the Zoom platform at 2 p.m. on September 14th. It will be for 30 minutes. A link will be sent out to invite you to join the meeting in advance. Never used Zoom? Don’t worry: instructions are available for you!

Christian Colouring for Relaxation and Therapy

Designer Samara Andrews (who works for the URC in the Church Related Community Work team) has created some Bible verses to download and colour in. Visit www.urc.org.uk/coronavirus to download or print templates, and also to check out the latest Advice to Churches about Coronavirus.

Sources of support & help in these unprecedented times

There will be many people who need help and support during the Social Distancing & Isolation phase. We will upload information as it is received. Stay safe and well.

Celebrating Jean’s 90th birthday

Following our morning service on Sunday 16th February, we celebrated Jean’s forthcoming 90th birthday. Happy birthday from us all!

Dates for the Diary

Sunday Worship on our Virtual Worship page each Sunday

Knit and Natter group – 9am-12 noon every Wednesday & Friday in  the Hub – meetings are suspended at present

Introducing our 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. We hope the Nursery School children, our friends from Whitmore Vale and our members will enjoy it as it grows and develops. Look out for updates!

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

Church Outing on the Basingstoke Canal

View on the canal
On board!

A number of Church Members and friends were entertained on the Basingstoke Canal.

Recent events

Christmas 2019: our Church Family Lunch at the Devil’s Punchbowl Hotel

We aim to go out to lunch to a local pub or restaurant once a quarter to enjoy some social time together as part of our fellowship.