House Groups .
There are 3 house Groups running at the present. They seek to meet each fortnight to discuss a variety of religious and moral issues pertinent to the Christian faith and anyone is welcome to come to any meeting:
To enable those who cannot attend day time meetings, some house Groups meet in the evenings where you can learn more about our faith. Currently there are two evening house group meeting regularly to nurture those who are new or mature in the Christian faith. A third group meets on alternate Thursdays during the daytime. All groups meet meet regularly in the home of one of our members.
Pilgrims House group
Every other Tuesday evening @ 7.30pm
contact David Hodgkinson on 01376 349780 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Next meeting Tuesday June 27th and fortnightly thereafter in the Church vestry
Bethany House Group ( For anyone able to meet in the evening on alternate Fridays @7.30pm) at various members homes.
Contact David Hodgkinson on 01376 349780 or email@example.com for more details
Next meeting Friday June 23rd and fortnightly thereafter
Elders House Group will meet alternate Thursday Mornings @ 10am
contact Heather Steed for details - firstname.lastname@example.org
The overcomers Group encourages and give support to anyone trying to come to terms with a traumatic event or circumstance in thier life. This group meets at the Church every other Wednesday morning @ 10.am. Details from the Minister or Mrs Hilary Jackson.
From March until September on alternateTuesday afternoons a programme of activities and speakers is in the programme and anyone is welcome to join the group which meets in the Church Common Room at 2.30pm. Meetings will begin again in April 2017.
Spud and Pud
A monthly fellowship meal, affectionately known as ‘Spud & Pud’, meets once a month on a Saturday lunchtime at the Church to share a meal together and have time to get to know each other. Please contact David Bark email@example.com for advance details of dates.
Twice each year outings (known as ‘Chuck Wagon’) are arranged for elderly, less mobile members. A convoy of volunteer drivers take these folk to local beauty spots or places of interest they would otherwise not be able to visit. A cuppa is always available at the location visited and a Fish and chip supper follows on return to the Church.
Please contact Mrs Patricia Platt for details
Broomfield Baby Bereavement Group
Broomfield Baby Bereavement Group is a charitable company for tax purposes
HMRC Registered charity No.EW10556
A local group supporting bereaved parents who have lost a child through miscarriage or at birth. The groups meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7.30 pm in the Church Vestry. This group:
The principle purpose of the group is to fill identified gaps in support and training services from NHS, private Hospitals and local GP surgeries. Support is available to any parent or relative of a stillborn, aborted or SDS child.
The group seeks to liaise regularly with the Broomfield Hospital maternity department.
For more information about support and events visit www.broomfieldbabybereavement.co.uk