Informal groups meet regularly for study, prayer and worship outside the normal pattern of services in the Church, and latest details can always be found via the Church weekly Pew Sheet, the Parish Magazine and the Church Office. Current groups are:

Home Groups

Small, informal groups meet weekly for study, prayer and fellowship. As well as stimulating thought and lively discussions, home groups provide an excellent way to get to know one another better. Anyone is welcome to join. Current groups operate on:

  • Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm at Wayfarers during term times. Contact David Thunder (01444 417103). Currently not meeting – return date TBC.
  • Thursday evenings meeting most weeks at 7pm for an hour via Zoom – use the blue button below. Contact Jonathan Berry (hirsuteshepherd1@yahoo.com or 01444 455986) to check that it is happening.

 

Prayer Group

“The Church that prays together stays together.”

On the 3rd Tuesday of the month a small group meets for prayer at 10:00am in the Lady Chapel of the Church. It is a very informal gathering and everyone is welcome. We bring our own thanksgivings and concerns that we wish to share; we remember those in need of special help or healing and people in troubled places, worldwide and near at hand.

Men’s Group

Social activities scheduled most months, usually on the third Wednesday, in the evening. Contact Clive Simmonds to join the email mailing list. Meals and pub games are popular choices, although the group is also a good way to hear about opportunities to serve the community in practical activities. See the calendar for details of each month’s activities.

Julian Group

Julian Meetings are groups of people who meet regularly in order to grow in the practice of contemplative prayer in the Christian tradition. We attend the 11.00 a.m. Eucharist every fourth Friday of the month which is immediately followed by a time to wait on the God in the silence, using a quotation from Lady Julian to help us in our waiting. Bring your lunch and then enjoy the fellowship. For more information contact Shirley Rawlings or Ros Thunder.

“Be still and know that I am God
Be still and know that I am
Be still and know
Be still
Be …”