We will be holding our next Communion service on Sunday July 5th at 11 a.m. This will be a live streamed service and an invitation will be sent out for us to meet together. Please make sure you have a piece of bread and a small glass of wine/ juice to hand.
Hart Foodbank have reported that demand is exploding for their services, and have appealed for further supplies to top up their stocks. If you’re not sure what to add to your shopping list, here are the foods that they are currently short of: UHT Milk, instant mash, custard, rice pudding, plus the following tinned foods: […]
Presidents of Churches Together in England have issued a call to prayer in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic. This is for all churches and people of prayer to join on Sunday 22nd March, Mothering Sunday. At 7pm, people are encouraged to pray and light candle, as a visible symbol of the light of life, […]
We were delighted to welcome General Assembly Moderator Revd Nigel Uden to Fleet today. The theme of our morning service, which was led by our minister, was The Transfiguration. In his addresses to the congregation the Moderator spoke about powerful encounters with God, and how we are all called to be Epiphany People. We should […]
The Christian Enquiry Agency, acting as part of Churches Together in England, have developed a new website for those trying to find out more about the Christian faith. Although personal conversations are often the most effective way of sharing faith, this website is a useful resource for those starting their journey of faith online. To […]
Our church hall was packed full on Friday night when over 80 people gathered to enjoy yet another great Curry Evening, courtesy of chef Saju Mathew and his family. These evenings, held to raise funds for Palani Mission, have become very popular in recent years, and always promise a plentiful variety of delicious, freshly cooked […]
What is the tallest structure you can build using only marshmallows and spaghetti? Our young people’s group had fun finding out last Sunday. What the marshmallows and spaghetti taught us was that, though individually we may feel weak, by working together we can be strong.
Revd Clare Downing, the Wessex Synod Moderator will be leading Worship in our church tomorrow, 29 December. Do come along and join us – and why not stay for a further time of fellowship with refreshments following the service. You will be warmly welcomed.
In October this year our Minister, Revd Ruth Dillon, together with Bee Griffiths, made their second trip to Palani Mission in Tamil Nadu, this time accompanied by Val Cox. A report on their visit is now available by clicking on the button below: You can also read more about their life-changing experiences and see their […]