Our normal activities have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, but although our ‘usual’ activities have been curtailed but we would welcome contact with anyone needing to find a friendly local church. Please contact our minister for more information.
Our activities for younger people
Children are welcome at our Sunday services and they can enjoy craft activities related to the worship whilst staying in church.
The following are our normal activities which have been unfortunately had to be suspended during the Coronavirus pandemic
Meets every month (usually the last Monday in the month) from September through to July. Messy Church takes a bible or church celebration theme. Messy Church starts at 3.30pm after school has ended and begins with a simple snack meal for children and their parents, who are also encouraged to attend with their children. A story from the bible or other source precedes the opportunity to take part in five or six craft activities to choose from, all based around the theme for the day. Sometimes with the aid of video clips or music, a familiar story from the bible is told in language and pictures which children can understand told by an experienced teacher. Children are encouraged to take part in the story telling where appropriate.
Dates have been set for the 2019/20 the next Messy Church will be on Monday September 23rd . If you would like to receive details of Messy Church events please e-mail Dianne click here for e-mail. Alternatively the date of the next Messy Church is advertised on the Messy Church poster outside the church.
To support the Dance school which meets on a Saturday in the Church Hall, church members provide hot drinks and bacon rolls for waiting parents while they chat to each other in the Church hall lounge. Not only does this raise funds for the Charity, but also provides an opportunity to talk with non-church goers.
£1456.58 was raised for 'J's Hospice in 2014
£2327.50 was raised for Water Aid in 2015
£926.50 was raised to help fund employment for ex-offenders and long term unemployed through a social enterprise in Chelmsford known as Wingspan in 2016
£1000 was raised by the Cafe and other church events for Mary's Meals in 2017
£671 was raised for Diabetes UK in 2018
£1251.40 raised for the Maldon Refugee Response project in 2019
£451 was raised for Macmillan Nurses ( Dance Cafe was suspended in March 2020)
£8081.98 Total raised for charities over 7 years
This year (2020/21) because the pandemic has closed our normal charity fundraising no charity has been chosen for Dance Café is:
There are many activities run by the Community from our church premises and details of meeting times and costs are available from the leaders of those activities. You can find a list of contacts in ourTopic Magazine available in the church and on the TOPIC page. If you need telephone numbers please contact one of the Church leadership team..