A list of the church groups

Groups at St Martin’s and St Thomas’s

The church organises many groups which meet regularly for fellowship, discussion and activities.  If you are interested in finding out more, the contact details are provided below.

Fellowship groups

Home Discussion groups

These meet at various times during the week. Contact Colin Thorpe (01223 246736) for details.

Men’s Breakfast 

2nd Saturday 7.30am – 9:00am monthly at St. Thomas’s. On Zoom during the Covid pandemic with coffee mornings on the other Saturdays.
Contact David Baker. (Read more)

Women’s Breakfast

1st Saturday 8.30am monthly at St. Martin’s. Suspended from April 2020, restarted on Zoom in November.
Contact Janet Mathole. (Read more)

Mary and Martha

A women’s group which meets every Thursday from 10:00 to 12:00. On the first meeting each month it takes the form of “Mothers’ Prayers” (see www.mothersprayers.org, though this link has sometimes not worked!). Contact Elizabeth Baker (01223 244091).

Craft Café

We started in December 2019 meeting monthly on a Saturday morning from 10:30 until 12:00 for tea/coffee, cake, chat and craft.

During lockdown we have been meeting every Saturday morning on Zoom from 10:00 (10:30 from 7th November) until 12:00 for chat and optionally sharing our current craft and cooking activities. Contact us for the link if you would like to join us.

Introductory groups

Alpha Course

We run this in conjunction with St Philip’s church. See their website (click here) or contact Johannes (01223 665848).

Groups for internationals

Vista

9.45 – 11.15 am on Fridays at St. Martin’s; every two weeks 10:30 – 11:30 am on Zoom during the Covid pandemic.
A group welcoming women from all cultures, customs and backgrounds who would like to meet others.
Contact the Vista Team.(Read more)

International Bible Studies

Bible studies are run for internationals. Currently there is one meeting at St Martin’s on Wednesday afternoons for visiting scholars from China. Others can be arranged (for individuals or groups).
Contact Malcolm Wylie.

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