On Wednesday morning from 10-12 noon the Stanton Road hall buzzes with a happy crowd. We serve hot and cold drinks, buttered teacakes and biscuits.
But the fun comes from the groups who are engaged in a range of activities.
Craft - needlework and knitting with a keen group who love to share their skills and experience
Chat- one of the popular groups is for simple friendship. It’s great.
Prayer- a group meet to pray between 10:15 and 11 am.
Thursday lunchtime is very popular- up to 45 diners (mostly retired) come along to Stanton Road for a good two-course dinner for a very reasonable price. Spaces are limited, and we often have a WAITING LIST for people wanting to attend.
The food’s great and so is the company!
Lunches at Christmas and occasions like the Queen's Diamond Jubilee get special treatment.
Seniors Tea and Songs of Praise
Three or four times a year we invite everyone for a “Tea and Songs of Praise” from 4pm on a Sunday afternoon at our Stanton Road location.
Following Government guidelines we are pleased to inform you that we are now holding a church service at Stanton Road on Sunday's at 10.30 am.
The church is set out to comply with social distancing requirements, the chairs and tables are regularly sanitised, and we provide hand sanitisers.
We are usually singing and/or playing songs and hymns live or via You Tube, and hear God's word being read and preached.
We also stream our service live on our YouTube channel and are available there afterwards in case you missed it live . Please be aware that we record this stream so joining the meeting authorises your involvement in the recording.