COMMUNITY

We are not just about Sundays! At the heart of our church is a desire to connect with our local community. Some of our activities at church are to provide places for people to meet one another, whatever their age, other are out and about to encourage and bless people where they are, particularly our “Sundays Out“.

Regular Activities

Mamites

Wednesdays, 9.30 – 11am

Mamites is a parent / carer and toddler group involving play time, a craft activity, story and song time. Refreshments are available. 

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Drop In Lunch Club

Drop In

Thursdays, 12.30 – 2pm

Around 50 people, ranging in age from twenties to nineties, attend each week for a substantial two course meal and to meet new friends and enjoy good conversation.

We start with a hymn, a short talk and a time to pray for those who may be in need or ill. After the meal we play board games or enjoy a chat. The cost is £1 towards the meal.  

Creative Threads

Second Tuesday, 7.30 – 9.15pm
Third Tuesday, 2 – 3.30pm

Creative Threads is a sewing and patchwork group. We meet to learn and develop sewing, patchwork and quilting skills and are open to anyone with an interest in textiles. We often work together to make items to donate to charities in the UK, Uganda and Paraguay. Beginners are very welcome to come and join us. There is  £1 charge per session and materials can be provided to get started.

Creative Threads
635 Club

635 Club

Alternate Fridays, 6.35 – 7.35pm. September – May in term time.

635 club is a time for children in school years 2 – 5 to enjoy games, quizzes, craft, songs and a Bible story. There is a 50p sub each week and the children get a drink and snack.

Youth Club

Alternate Fridays, 8 – 9.30pm

Young people from 11 – 16 years old are welcome to come for activities including a Coffee Bar, Gaming Station, art and craft, treasure hunts, bake-offs and loads of other fun stuff!

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Fellowship Tea

Fellowship Tea

Third Wednesday, 3.30 – 5pm

A time where the elderly members of the community can come together to chat with friends, enjoy a light tea of sandwiches and cake over a cup of tea, followed by a short devotion / thought for the day.

Winter Night Shelter

We are part of a group of churches who work with Milton Keynes Winter Night Shelter to provide a safe place for homeless people to sleep during the cold winter nights. Our guests will have hot food, access to a shower and a warm, dry bed for the night.

To find out more, visit www.winternightsheltermk.com

Souper Saturday

Souper Saturday

Last Saturday of the month, 12 – 2pm 

Home-made soup, rolls and a warm welcome, served from 12 – 1.15pm. Tea and coffee are also available, and often there is cake!

Community Events

The town holds several very popular annual events, including the Classic Car show, Christmas Lights Switch-On day, the Town Fayre, Folk on the Green and Apple Day, to name a few! We participate in these events in various ways, such as giving out water or hot chocolate (depending on the time of year!), free hugs, chatting to people and offering to pray for them.

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Apple Day
Giving out hot chocolate at Christmas lights
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