Small Groups

During the week we have a number of small groups meeting to prayerfully study the Bible and discuss its application to daily life. These groups are a key part of church life as they provide the primary means by which we care and support one another within the church family.

Each September there will be a gentle reshuffle of church small groups to create some new groups. This provides an excellent opportunity for us all to review our current small group involvement, or perhaps to join a group for the first time.

If you are interested in joining one of the groups below or just want to discuss what might be best for you, do email the office.

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Home Groups

Groups of around 10 people meeting in homes around the city and beyond. 

Most of our home groups are on Wednesday night and run from 8pm to 9.45pm. The evening usually consists of a group Bible study, prayer and a chance to relax and chat with coffee and cake.

Contact Tim & Jane Holland for more information.


Tuesday Central

Group specifically for students, internationals and those in the 18-30ish range and is an alternative to home group. We meet at church from 7.15pm till 9.30pm.

See the Young Adults, 18s & 30s section for more information or contact David Todd



Women's Morning Groups

Morning groups provide a great opportunity for women to meet together for fellowship and Bible study whilst children are cared for by our 9:38 apprentices. There are currently 5 groups meeting on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10am till noon. The morning groups follow the same Bible study series as the Home Groups.

Contact Rachel Browning for more information.


Men's Early Morning Bible Study (MEMBS)

The Men's Early Morning Bible Study (MEMBS) meets at 6.45am on Fridays for coffee, croissants and bacon butties. This group offers men a chance to study the Bible, pray and meet with others all before the working day starts! The group meets at Christ Church and follows the same Bible study series as the Home Groups.

Contact Richard Newman for more information.