The church holds a Christmas Fayre in the church in December each year.
Stalls include Books, Bottle Tombola, Bric-a-Brac, Cakes, Christmas Raffle, Refreshments and Toys.
Every Friday at 10.30am the church is open for coffee and cake followed at mid-day with Cross of Nails prayers. During this hour and a half we have many people dropping in for a chat and a laugh, we have visitors looking around the church and some who simply require a little peace and quiet and a prayer. We would be delighted to see you.
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Men’s Breakfasts are held on a Saturday, once a month, in Ufton Village Hall, starting promptly at 8.30am with a full English breakfast for just £5. This is followed by a talk from a visiting speaker and we aim to get everyone away by 9.45am.
The group is a great opportunity for male members of the congregation, those who are new to the church and other friends from within the community to get to know each other. This group provides space outside the church environment to get to know other men, enjoy each other’s company and provide fellowship.
To book your place or find out more please contact Barry Parker on 01926 811254 or email@example.com.
The church holds a summer fete in the church in June each year.
Stalls include Books, Bottle Tombola, Bric-a-Brac, Cakes, Refreshments and Toys.
On the first Sunday of each month we meet at the Wood Street car park for a walk of approximately 5 miles on local footpaths, starting at 2pm.
If the idea of stretching your legs with others of a like mind appeals to you please please join us. No commitment – if you’re not there at 2pm we’ll go!
The walks are led by Spike Thorne on 01926 814468 if you would like more details.
Cross of Nails
Every Friday at 12 noon we have a very simple Cross of Nails prayer time.
Streams in the Desert is for all women who want to meet with God and find encouragement and spiritual refreshment. For more details contact Anne Hibbert at The Well Christian Healing Centre on 01926 888003 or see the Streams in the Desert website.