Various dates and times
Small groups meet in members' homes to study topics relevant to Christians, share experiences or generally develop their Christian faith. During Lent members join with friends from other churches.
Time for Prayer
A time for shared prayer or quiet prayer but with the fellowship of others.
1st and 3rd Sunday in month 8.00pm
As Harry Potter began his magic life by going through Platform 9¾ at Kings Cross Station, so we invite our teenagers to enter another dimension by thinking about spiritual things. A small group meets on the first and third Sunday evening of each month for activities, fun and learning.
The Sunday Club welcomes children from 3 to 14 years to come and learn about Jesus and what the Christian faith is all about. Worship, activities, discussion and fun are all part of the programme. There is a Creche for under 3's.
Coffee 'n Chat
Tuesdays 10.00 - 12 noon
If you are lonely, want a chat or cup of coffee, or simply want to take the weight off your feet for a few minutes then pop in. You are likely to meet housewives, young mothers, men on leave from work, the retired and part-time workers. There will be all sorts of friends ready to make you welcome.
Fortnightly on Fridays
12 noon - 3pm A 3 course meal (at very reasonable cost) and convivial company (free) are provided for the elderly, especially those living alone.
Men's Supper Club
3rd Tuesday in the month 7.30pm
A group catering for the male taste in more ways than one. A light meal cooked (mainly) by men and speakers on topics of interest to all. All ages are welcome.
10.00 - 12.00 noon
This is a meeting place for young Mums, carers and their children. On Wednesday mornings coffee and conversation flow freely while children play with toys designed to meet the needs of all stages of pre-school development. You would be most welcome!
- Rainbows 5.30pm Wednesday
- Brownies 6.00pm Thursday
All are busy lively groups. The Guiding movement has its own programme of activities working for badges in different areas. In addition to this, they share in Parade services several times a year, and they are invloved in many of our church events.
Sundays 4.00 - 5.30pm
Martin Way is the base for the SIGMA - the Wimbledon Circuit Youth Choir. Theirs is a powerful demonstration that young people (and not so young) have a faith to proclaim in a lively - yet thoughtful - way through their music and drama.