The next meeting of the walking group will be on Thursday 3rd November. We will meet at Dalditch Farm at 10.30am, and the walk will be followed by lunch at the Dog & Donkey in Knowle. All are very welcome. If you’d like to come, please sign up on the… Continue Reading Walking Group
Due to a double booking at the Venture Hall, we’re sorry to have to say that The Wave Community Cafe won’t be running today (Fri 14th October). We’ll be back next week as normal, so hope to see you there!
After a lot of hard work, some incredible generosity, many late nights and some aching muscles, we’re delighted that all the aid that we collected for refugees in the Middle East has now taken the next step of its journey to those who need it. Today we squeezed a 30ft… Continue Reading And They’re Gone!
The South West Baptist Association have organised a day conference called ‘Living Well With Dementia’. The conference will be on Saturday 26th November from 10am-2.30pm at South Street Baptist Church, and is for anyone who is interested in learning more about dementia and how we can support people living with… Continue Reading ‘Living Well With Dementia’
Earlier today we gathered in the Venture Hall for a special service to celebrate harvest and think about the Syrian refugee crisis. During the service we gave thanks for our recent collection for refugees, and also saw some of what BMS World Mission are doing to help families in need.… Continue Reading Harvest Celebration
This year’s collection for refugees in the Middle East is now over. We’re still sorting through the last few items, but are delighted to report that we have over 400 boxes and bags of aid packed and ready to be sent overseas. A massive thank you to everyone who has… Continue Reading THANK YOU!
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