Sisterhood helps women grow in their relationship with God through teaching, chatting and walking together on life’s journey. Throughout the year Sisterhood organises events and encourages us to attend local Christian events for women. We have also taken several groups to National Christian Women’s conferences.

Small groups meet throughout the week on various days and at different homes to study the bible (using a variety of resources including Lyfe bible study materials produced by the Bible Society), pray and share together.

We run a regular Alpha course for those who are new and want to find out more about the Christian faith and who Jesus is. We run this over 9 weeks in one of our Church members’ homes. We aim to run a course in the New Year and one in the Autumn.
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Band of Brothers was formed so that men can come together to learn, laugh, play and pray. Events were postponed during Covid but we are planning future ones again. We have in the past taken groups to CVM’s ‘The Gathering’.

Our young adults (18 – 30 some things) meet at the pastor’s house every Wednesday. We have a cooked meal and a bible study, time for prayer and sharing. We have a social program too and even go camping!

Latest news

  • Choose life ladies day

    Choose life ladies day

    On Saturday 19th November 10-4pm, all ladies are invited to a day of inspiring, passionate Biblical teaching, worship and times of ministry. Helen Brunt, a prophetic Bible Teacher, based in Cheltenham and who has worked with churches for over 20 years will be sharing with the key message for this year “Strengthen what remains”. ToContinue reading “Choose life ladies day”

  • Together @ 7 Praise & Prayer

    Join us for our Together @ 7 Praise and Prayer events, on Sunday evenings in The Alpha Suite @ The House of Bread.

  • Alpha: Are you curious about faith?

    Alpha is a series that explores the basics of the Christian faith in a welcoming, open and friendly environment. Starting 17th November 2022.

For more information regarding our adult groups, speak to one of our deacons or email: