Meetings & Activities

Sunday morning service
10.30 am every Sunday

Little Millers
6 to 7 pm on Fridays

Cafe Melin
Every Wednesday from 10 to noon

Sunday School
During the morning service

Tween Millers
7.15 to 8.15pm on Fridays

First Thursday Lunch Club
First Thursday every month at noon

Bible Study & Prayer Meeting
Wednesdays at 7.30pm

Teen Millers
7.30 to 9.30pm on Saturdays

Book Club
Meets on a Sunday every other month at 3pm

Sunday worship

posted 5 May 2011, 03:27 by Colin Berg   [ updated 28 Feb 2017, 12:38 ]

 

Our morning worship is on Sunday at 10.30, when we sing some hymns, pray, read, have a young people's item and listen to teaching.

We are now considering running 2 series. Colin is looking at how the church started by studying a book called “Acts”.  We have a lot to learn from the pattern the New Testament Church established following the resurrection and ascension of Jesus, and about how the good news of the gospel was spread to the whole world.  Peter is leading a series  on the Gospel of John, looking at the life and teaching of Jesus Christ.

The children leave for Sunday School during the sermon, but on the first Sunday in the month they always stay in because it takes the form of a family service.  In the Family Service we are looking at the life of Samuel.

Sunday School

posted 5 May 2011, 03:16 by Colin Berg   [ updated 24 Mar 2014, 05:56 ]

 
Sunday School meets whenever smaller children attend the morning service, apart from the first Sunday in the month.  Children and Young People join us for the morning service at 10.30 am, and are able to leave prior to the sermon for Sunday School in an adjacent room.  The morning service is youth friendly and normally includes a section devoted exclusively to the young people.

Sunday School includes a good mix of activities including teaching, craft and games.

On the first Sunday in the month the morning service takes the form of a Family Service, during which the young people participate throughout the whole service.

Bible Study & Prayer Meeting

posted 5 May 2011, 03:13 by Colin Berg   [ updated 8 Nov 2016, 12:34 ]

 
Wednesdays at 7.30pm

We begin with discussion on a Bible passage or a relevant topic, and then we conclude with a time of open prayer.


We are currently discussing the letter to the Colossians and its relevance to us today.


Although all are welcome to participate in discussion or prayer, nobody is under any obligation to contribute.

Little Millers

posted 5 May 2011, 03:11 by Colin Berg   [ updated 8 Nov 2016, 12:35 ]

 
 
For children aged 4 to 7, now meets on Fridays from 6 to 7pm.  We include games, craft, singing and Bible teaching. The group is small and building, so it's a good time for others to join.

Tween Millers

posted 5 May 2011, 03:10 by Colin Berg   [ updated 20 Feb 2012, 01:43 ]

 

Tween Millers is for young people aged 8 to 11 years of age.  The group meets every Friday night between 7.15 and 8.15pm.  A normal program includes games, craft and Bible teaching. When the weather is good the group will often go the Village Hall field for games, otherwise the group normally meets in the chapel.

Teen Millers

posted 5 May 2011, 03:09 by Colin Berg   [ updated 28 Jun 2016, 12:12 ]

 

Teen Millers meet every Saturday from 7.30 to 9.30 pm.  As the name suggests the group caters for teenagers, and includes young people from 12 to 17 at present.  A normal program includes various games (indoor and outdoor, depending on the weather), Bible Teaching and refreshmentsIt provides a mixture of activities and free time for young people to be together in a safe environment.  The group meets in the chapel and is always keen to welcome new members.


Cafe Melin

posted 5 May 2011, 03:07 by Colin Berg   [ updated 13 Oct 2011, 04:17 ]

 
 

Cafe Melin is a community cafe open every Wednesday from 10.00am to 12 noon. It provides a meeting place for people of ages to share a drink and a bite to eat while catching up with local news.

The menu of home made cakes, bacon sandwiches and toast is changed weekly with new items being introduced regularly.

No charge is made for the refreshments, but visitors are invited to place a donation in a pot to ensure that running costs are covered.

 

This is a typical menu for Cafe Melin 

Copies of the recipes for home made cakes served in Cafe Melin can be found in the attachments below.

First Thursday Lunch Club

posted 5 May 2011, 03:05 by Colin Berg   [ updated 6 Sep 2014, 08:32 ]

 
The First Thursday Lunch Club is a monthly meal for older people to get together and talk over a cooked meal.  It meets on the first Thursday of every month at 12 noon.

There is a suggested charge of £3.50 for the two course meal.  People attending are asked to choose from a couple of main options for the main course in advance to minimise food wastage.

At the end of the meal there is a short after-lunch talk.

There is limited space for more people to come, so if you would like to attend or suggest the name of someone else who would like an invitation, please let one of the church members know.

Book Club

posted 5 May 2011, 03:03 by Colin Berg   [ updated 28 Feb 2017, 12:39 ]

 
The Book Club meets on a Sunday every other month at 3.00 pm.  Please see the church diary to check for dates. A book for the month is suggested and at the end of the month a group gathers to discuss the issues that have been raised in the book.

Good books deal with all of the various life-experiences that we come across.  This book club gives people an opportunity to consider such matters from a Christian perspective.

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