Tuesday Club at Chertsey Street
Nov
12
6:00 PM18:00

Tuesday Club at Chertsey Street

Tuesday Club is a group for kids in school years 1-6. The evening includes great activities, a story from the Bible and free refreshments at the end. 

Tea and coffee are provided upstairs for the parents to stay and chat during Tuesday Club.

When? Tuesday evenings during term time, 6pm-7:15pm.

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Activ8 at Chertsey Street
Nov
12
7:15 PM19:15

Activ8 at Chertsey Street

Activ8 is a group for 10-14 year olds (school years 6-10). The evening includes a variety of great activities, refreshments and a tuck shop. In the summer term we tend to go out more for games in the park, photo challenges and wide games to name but a few! Every evening we give time to look at the Bible and how it relates to the lives of young people in the world today. 

When? Tuesday evenings during term time, 7:15pm-9:00pm.

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Tiny Treasures at Chertsey Street
Nov
13
10:00 AM10:00

Tiny Treasures at Chertsey Street

Tiny Treasures is a group for pre-school children and their parents, grandparents or carers. There is a wide selection of toys and activities for the children, as well as a fortnightly organised (and supervised!) craft. Refreshments are served throughout with drinks and snacks for the little people plus tea, coffee and biscuits for the grown-ups!  The morning finishes with a Bible story and singing.

When?  Wednesday mornings during term time, 10am-11:30am.

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Student Group at Guildford Park
Nov
13
7:30 PM19:30

Student Group at Guildford Park

Student Group is a chance for the students of the church to get together, have a meal and a chat, then study the Bible and pray in small groups. It’s a great way to catch up and chill out together in the middle of a busy week.

When? Wednesday evening during university term time, 7:30pm for food, finishing up at 9:30pm.

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YPF - Weekend Away
Nov
15
to Nov 17

YPF - Weekend Away

YPF is a friendly group for young people between the ages of 14 and 18 (school years 10-13). 

We usually meet on Saturday nights at the church from 7:30pm to 10pm during normal school term times. Every third week we have a relaxed Friday evening drop in at the home of one of the leaders. We also go away as a group for the occasional weekend, and last year we spent a week together in Wales during the summer holidays. It was brilliant! Most weeks we run fun activities which can include, silly games and cooking and eating food. We also have talks, discussions and studies to try to understand the good news of the Bible and to see what that means for our everyday lives.

Most Sunday nights after the evening service, there is an opportunity for the YPF to get together informally at someone's house.

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Feb
7
to Feb 9

The Big Weekend 2020

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For those new to the Big Weekend, or have had such a jam packed year you’ve forgotten all that happened last February, the aim of our gathering is to be taught from God’s Word and share a time of fellowship, strengthening relationships and making new ones.

The year’s teaching on the weekend will be brought to use from Paul Mayo, director of Oak Hall Holidays, a company based at Otford Manor. Paul will be giving us an overview of the book of Isaiah and helping us see the relevance of its message today. We’ll be hearing from Paul over three sessions, across the weekend. There will also be the opportunity to attend a range of practical seminars, these will likely include a Bible Overview to help show how the lessons from Isaiah fit into the rest of Scripture. There will also be a seminar specifically for recent graduates with teaching on navigating the world of work and managing expectations once out of the student bubble. A final seminar is yet TBC.

Even with a jam-packed teaching programme, there will be the opportunity to share in times of fellowship - whether that be in the local village tea shop, a walk across the Kent countryside, or playing a game of table tennis!. 

The venue is the beautiful Otford Manor in Kent (home of Oak Hall holidays), costing the bargain price of £85 or, with an early bird discount, £80 if booked before the 22nd December.

Details of how to pay for the weekend will be emailed to you once your booking form has been submitted. Please note that this is not an automatically generated email so please be patient.

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Women of the Word at Chertsey Street
Nov
12
10:00 AM10:00

Women of the Word at Chertsey Street

A weekly Bible Study group for women. We meet at 10am for tea or coffee and a chat and then split into smaller groups at 10:30 for a Bible study and prayer time. Whether we work our way through a book of the Bible, looking at a particular topic or hearing about the experiences of different people, it’s a great opportunity to encourage and get to know each other better. 

When? Tuesday mornings during term time, 10am-11:30am. Crèche provided.

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Prayer Meeting at Hope Chapel Haslemere
Nov
7
7:30 PM19:30

Prayer Meeting at Hope Chapel Haslemere

On Thursday 7th November we have the eighth of the monthly prayer meetings at Hope Chapel to pray about the possibility of a church plant in Haslemere. These prayer meetings take place on the first Thursday of every month. Tea and Coffee will be served from 7:30pm with the core meeting being between 8pm and 9pm. All are welcome to attend.

Click on map below, then click on “Directions” in left column to find best route

20 Lower Street, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 2NX

For additional car parking information, click here

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Men's Walking Weekend
Sep
20
to Sep 22

Men's Walking Weekend

The Men's Walking Weekend this year will be on September 20th to 22nd. We will be based at a bunkhouse in the heart of the Black Mountains a few miles from Abergavenny.

This will give us a chance to climb the principal peak Waun Fach of this Eastern section of the Brecon Beacons. The centre is basic but has all the necessary facilities. Costs will probably be similar to last year but we may get a reduction if you are able to bring a sleeping bag.

Further details and a sign-up list will follow in June. Please put the date in your diary and encourage your friends to go. The capacity of the centre is limited to 31, so don't miss out!

Click here to see photos of Waun Fach.

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