These groups help everyone to explore faith, deepen their relationship with God, and share life together. The primary ministry is small groups, but, as you see below, there are other ways to connect too.
While we are not always able to meet in person, our groups are functioning on social media, by phone or video link. Find out more by contacting us.
Weekly or fortnightly, various days and times
Our small groups typically comprise 8-12 people, and meet on small numbers in homes, at church or online. They provide a safe place where you can:
Small groups also provide an opportunity to make new friends, have fun and socialise together.
Find out more about small groups or ask about about joining a group by contacting Nick Swanson or the church office on 0116 286 3145
We are a group of Christian retired men who have a desire to share our faith in practical and ordinary ways.
For contact details of the group's coordinators, please contact the church office on 0116 286 3145
Monday evenings from 7.30pm, six times a year
Meets on Zoom
A group which meets to review books we select together to read.
Find out about the next book club date contact the church office on 0116 286 3145.
We are a small group who enjoy playing chess online with each other and chatting too, alongside our games. From time to time we run a tournament between us or hold other group events but individuals play anytime. Anyone in the Whetstone area is welcome to join us if you have an interest in chess. Friends welcome too. In a time of restrictions and isolation, we felt that it would be helpful to do a few ordinary things together and chess is one way we can do that. The website we play on is free if you don't mind adverts and there are resources there to learn chess from scratch if anyone would like to try playing for the first time.
To join us for a game click JOIN. The free accounts work fine, so just skip the offer of a premium account. We look forward to a game or two and will start one up when we spot you have registered.
We provide safeguarding guidance and training for all people involved with running adults activities, so that as a church community we can help vulnerable adults to safely join in with the life of the church.
Page last updated: 11 October 2020