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Mid Week Activities

Baby and Toddler Group

We meet on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings in term time from 9.30 to 11.30 am.  This is a group for mums, dads, grandparents or carers to bring their children for play and music time.  A wide variety of activities are offered including free play, messy activities, singing, parties, summer trips and the occasional sale table.  A coffee bar provides refreshments. 

Boys' Brigade

The 14th Nottingham Boys’ Brigade welcomes boys and girls aged between 5 and 18 years and meet as follows: 5 -11 years: 6.30 to 8.00 pm on Fridays 11-18 years: 7.00 to 9.00 pm on Fridays.  Activities include pool, snooker, table tennis, darts, badminton, indoor cricket, Christian knowledge, First Aid, craft, DIY and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award training. www.boys-brigade.org.uk

Thursday Bible Study Group

Eagle's Wings meets at 10.30 am in the Boulevard Room.  

Cafe on the Corner

Welcome to the Corner Cafe.  We are open every Thursday in term time from 5.30pm to 7.00pm, (last orders at 6.30pm).  All of our food is cooked on the premises.  Good food at an affordable price for you and any you care for!  Here you can relax, be yourself with opportunity to make friends!  A setting to signpost you to other things happening in the area.  Meal & drink £2.50 adult with all children free

Women's Fellowship

We meet weekly on Monday afternoons at 2 pm, from March to October to enjoy an hour of Christian Fellowship.  We have a wide variety of speakers and new members are always made very welcome. 

Men's Group

The Men’s Group is a Christ centred group who give God honour, praise and glory for keeping us together.  Life is a precious gift and the group celebrate the opportunity of spending time together, sharing and engaging in a variety of activities.  We meet fortnightly on Thursday evenings at the church from 7.30 to 9.00 pm.   New members are welcome. 

 

House Groups

There are several groups that meet for fellowship around the city, different times and venues.  

For those who attend, it is found to be a vital part of church life, where people learn and pray together, stimulate, support and encourage each other.  If you've never experienced a fellowship, why not try it out.