- Church Lane East,
- GU11 3ST
The Park Walking Group offers a variety of organised walks
both short and long, some shorter ones on
week-days and some more challenging ones at week-ends. Walks take place monthly and they are all in the local area so no long journeys are
involved. Most importantly, it's for everyone, not just church members.
The Photography Club meets on the 1st Saturday of each month from
10am til 12 noon at the Church Hall, 258 Lower Farnham Road.
would like to join us please sign up or talk to Robin Ellis.
Chips & Chat
Be warned - this activity is for men only!!
We hope these occasions will be
seen as ones to which we can invite our friends and neighbours, in fact
any male person who enjoys food and company.
Do you like to sing? Then we need you. We meet in the main church, usually once a fortnight on a Thursday evening at 7.3Opm.
Craft CafeThis activity of Art and Craft for all abilities runs weekly on Thursday morning between 10am and 12 noon..
A chance for a chat, to meet friends, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit.
Post the Covid lockdowns, Open House has been amalgamated with Craft Cafe and takes place in the same session at the same times on Thursdays at the Church Hall, 10am - 12 noon.
Weekly on Tuesdays at the Church Hall, 9.30 - 10.15am.
Anyone who would like to join the group please contact Marg Stratton (01252 316286) in the first instance.
The Friday Fellowship
A time of companionship for women and men alike, and an opportunity to hear visiting speakers on a range of topics.
Click Details to see the programme for the month.
Messy Play group in Church on Friday Mornings provides a sensory experience for pre- schoolers and is a way of getting to know new families. There are craft and food activities based on a theme each week. We really need people to come and cuddle babies and chat to and encourage the Mums and help wash up. Please talk to Jo Emett if you are able to help once or so a month.
A small group of people in Park Church, calling ourselves (semi-facetiously) the “Wild Thinkers”, meet together on an occasional basis to encourage one another in thinking through various aspects of our faith, being free to raise questions and address issues that have troubled us for some time, where the standard “evangelical” answers seem not to be helpful or even properly Biblical.
We meet on a week-day afternoon for now, as all are retired people. If you’d like to know more please ask John Eyers or Brian Graham for we’d welcome others to join us on our journey of mind-opening.
Aldershot Churches Together - Prayer