Small Groups provide an opportunity for people to make friends, grow in their faith and discuss life together in a smaller setting than the Sunday Service.
They are informal, friendly and supportive, providing an ideal setting in which to meet new people.
Groups run throughout the week. If you require any more information about a specific group please contact the Church Office here.
Fortnightly at 10am
|MONDAY MORNING HOMEGROUP have 10 members at present, all retired, but young at heart!||Jim Watson|
Weekly at 7.30pm
|This group is designed to help and enable anyone who wants to discover more about following Jesus. It’s ideally suited for anyone who would like to understand more about Jesus, life and the Christian faith. You will find it a genuinely safe space to ask all the questions you have.||Fiona Collister|
2nd and 4th of the month at 7.30pm
|We presently have eight members and start our meetings with a cuppa and chat, and finish in prayer. In between, we study Bible passages and how to live the Christian Life, sometimes using DVD led study guides.||Mark & Carolyn Barker|
Fortnightly at 2.00pm
|We are a small group who support one another in prayer, Bible study and fellowship. As the majority are retired we tend to work around the holidays and the pattern usually follows the themes of the Sunday services. New people would be warmly welcomed.||David Page|
Fortnightly at 8.15pm
|KOINONIA. Literally “fellowship” in Greek. We are mainly working men and women who support each other through an understanding of the stresses and strains of working in the secular world. This year we have explored how God can be with us in the workplace whether that be in an office, at home, in a surgery, at school or in training.||Paul Savvides|
Fortnightly at 9.30am
|FUYIN (Good News). There is a regular attendance of 10 women, we were never intentionally a female dominated group but it has evolved into this.||Denise Shone|
Fortnightly at 8.00pm
|KAIROS. We are a group of ladies of a wide range of ages who meet for Bible study, prayer and fellowship. All ladies welcome.||Kate Page|
Weekly at 7.30pm
|LIGHTHOUSE. We meet in Sandbach every Thursday. We study the Bible and support one another in prayer. We also have regular socials, whether that be a trip to the pub or cinema, or a meal out. As a group we are predominantly made up of young adults, but welcome new members of any age.||Miriam Astley|