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.
Weekly or fortnightly, various days and times
Our small groups typically comprise 8-12 people, and meet in homes. 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
Meets in the Manse on Monday afternoons
A bible study group for ladies. For details contact the church office on 0116 286 3145
Alternate Tuesdays 2.45pm, and monthly healing prayer at 2pm
We are a group of Christian retired men who have a desire to share our faith in practical and ordinary ways. We meet in the church.
For contact details of the group's coordinators, please contact the church office on 0116 286 3145
Thursday evenings starting on 13 September 2018
The Alpha Course is a series of interactive sessions over ten weeks that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith.
Alpha course sessions are:
There is no pressure, no charge, and no follow-up if you decide it is not for you.
To find out more and reserve your place send us an email or call the church office on 0116 286 3145
Mondays 8am-8.20am (except bank holidays)
Meets in the Quiet Place, accessed via church side door.
Devotions to begin the working week with God.
Alternate Fridays 1.00pm
Meets at United Reformed Church, High Street
A friendly group where you can come and work on your artistic projects and enjoy the delights of paint.
For more details contact the church office on 0116 286 3145.
To complement our men's group, AXIS creates opportunities for men with faith and no faith to develop trusting relationships in which they help, encourage and support one another.
More information can be found on the Axis Facebook group.
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: 20 May 2018