Housegroups are an essential part of our fellowship and spiritual education at London Road. We have groups all over the town and groups of all ages that meet to study the Bible, explore further the ideas that came up in recent sermons, discuss a Christian response to current events, and share topical discussions. Groups also enjoy social events such as dinners, barbecues, quiz nights, theatre trips, and more. Housegroups are little families within the larger church family, caring for each other and serving the life of the church. Do get in touch to find out more about joining a housegroup near you; we can also help arrange transport. Dates and locations for each housegroup are published monthly in the church bulletin. Most groups meet monthly in the evenings. Standings housegroup especially caters for teenagers and meets at 7pm on the 2nd Friday of each month. For those who find evenings tricky, Fairview housegroup meets at 10:15am on the 2nd Friday of each month. For more information as well as dates and locations, contact Rev. Gavin Hancocks at email@example.com
The prayer group meets every Saturday at 8:30am for prayer; breakfast is served at 9:15. On the first Sunday of the month we meet at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church in Roffey. All other Saturdays we meet at London Road. We pray for the family of the church, our ministers and other leaders. We remember the wider church in our town, circuit, and country. We remember Christian brothers and sisters who are suffering for their faith in other parts of the world. If anyone would like us to make intercession on their behalf we will do so. We are discreet and only say names with your permission. All are welcome to join us! For more information, contact Jay Dunning at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our minister Gavin leads a Bible study at 10:00 am on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Together we explore books of the Bible or the lives of key Biblical characters over the course of several weeks and months. If you’d like to read and discuss the Bible with others, do join us! For more information, contact Rev. Gavin Hancocks on 01403 240714 or email@example.com
This fellowship is for men and women to make friends and enjoy tea and biscuits. We take turns hosting sessions on a range of interests and occasionally enjoy a guest speaker. We meet at 2pm on the third Monday of the month in the Lounge. For more information, contact Rev. Gavin Hancocks on 01403 240714 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This fortnightly club is for all ladies, enjoys a varied programme of guest speakers, outings, and “Do It Yourself” activities, and participates in all kinds of evenings, from learning craft and cookery skills to topical lectures to charitable aid work. We meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 7:30pm. For more information, contact Audrey Fowler at email@example.com
A hot, two course meal with tea or coffee is provided at a very reasonable cost, and members particularly enjoy meeting with others for friendly conversation. Our team of drivers provide transport is provided for those who need it. We have an ongoing stall each week, selling homemade cakes, fresh eggs, greetings cards, and books. Lunch Club meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month from 1pm. For more information contact Sue Checkland on 01403 891340
We care about our members and all who visit our church! Everyone in our church is assigned to a pastoral visitor who looks out for their wellbeing. If you would like to belong to a pastoral group, or if you’re not sure who your pastoral visitor is, get in touch with us. We also have a dedicated team of “Emmaus Companions” who can journey with you as you explore Christianity and our church. Our minister, Gavin, is happy to visit those who cannot get to church and to bring communion to you at home.
For more information, contact Rev. Gavin Hancocks on 01403 240714 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone who lives on their own is welcome to this lunch on the third Sunday of each month (except December). Join us to make friends and enjoy a hot meal together. Lunch is served after the service, around 12:30pm For more information, contact Liz Sear on 01403 268075
This group’s aim is to provide a musical resource for worship. Anyone who enjoys singing is welcome to meet with us for fellowship and music-making: no qualifications necessary! We participate in communion services each month and lead worship at Christmas carol services. We meet Friday evenings, and would love to see you there! For more information, contact Christine Lawley at email@example.com
The Flower Guild do a stunning job of decorating the church seasonally and for festive times. They are available for weddings at London Road and can advise on floral arrangements and logistics for your big day! The flower guild joined in last year’s Christmas Tree Festival with several gorgeous window displays, and they organize the weekly flower rota for Sundays. If you have an interest in flower arranging, do get in touch!
For more information contact Beryl Woodward at firstname.lastname@example.org