This group meets several times a year to develop and prepare ideas for
using art in enhancing our worship.
are major displays that enhance the Sanctuary at festivals such as Easter,
Harvest and Christmas.
speak to the Art in Worship representative to find out more about how
the group functions.
register interest or find out more about what's involved look up Art
In Worship under the Contacts Tab on this website.
Church actively supports overseas aid
Aid, the church's own charity, aims to enable the most deprived people
in the developing regions of our world to work towards improving their
own circumstances. Financial support of local overseas organisations
working in partnership with Christian Aid ensures that those who know
the problems first-hand can work towards producing the solutions.
Aid also provides practical emergency disaster relief throughout the
world in co-operation with other charities and in our Church we have
a 'hands-on' reaction whenever it is required.
congregation is kept fully aware of Christian Aid's many and varied
fund-raising activities including local house-to-house collections,
the Annual Fair and year-round availability of donation boxes. All these
are generously supported.
Church Choir meets on Thursday evenings (September to June inclusive)
for practice at 7.00pm in Room 1. Apart from the basic job of rehearsing
Sunday Praise, other music is prepared and presented, appropriate to
the Christian Year and other special occasions. A very warm welcome
is extended to singers of all ages.
Contact the Organist or any choir member...
& Director of Music: Mr Tom Ferguson 01505 816132
Several groups meeting at various times to suit different needs
Groups are an integral part of the life of our Congregation. They provide
an opportunity to meet other Christians in a relaxed atmosphere and
to develop friendships. Bible passages are explored with everyone contributing
their thoughts. Fears, joys and hurt can be safely shared. It is a place
for food, laughter and mutual support, where people can come along and
just be, secure in the knowledge that they are accepted just as they
the Minister for further information.
We have a
Praise Band that complements our worship on regular occasions.
If you can
play an instrument and would like to find out more please contact the
Praise Band leader.
be found on the Contact Tab on this website.
The Prayer Chain operates on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and evenings.
Around 30 people take part and requests are passed from one person to
another by telephone along the 'chain' or by e-mail as appropriate.
Individuals in the chain then pray about the requests in their own time.
Prayer requests come from the Minister, Prayer Chain members and anyone
in the congregation. Messages can also be left in the Prayer box at
the back of the Church. We pray for the sick, for people having operations,
for people in trouble, and for world issues. Always there is a strong
emphasis on confidentiality.
Prayers are phoned and e-mailed on Tuesdays and Thursdays along with
God-given answers to prayers.