Wednesday Fellowship


Several years ago we began to meet on a Wednesday evening for mutual support and fellowship. Our group used the 4W’s as a basis of our meetings, Welcome, Worship, Word and Witness and we continue with that format today. This basic format serves us well and we aim to be comfortable with and be nurtured by each other while maintaining a warm welcome for any new members. This year we have been joined by one or two others and are always enriched by all of our different experiences. We always ensure that everyone is comfortable with what we do and are pleased to welcome new members at any time.

Our meetings roll through various subjects from bible study, craft, discussion, holiday photos and just fun. We are working with various different study materials to broaden our experience and help us to increase our knowledge and faith in Jesus. We have found that this variety helps open our thinking to see the church and our faith in many different and exciting ways.

Please feel free to visit us and stay a while.

For more information please contact
Jill Walker

01442 256738 

jillwalker209@googlemail.com,

 


 






Thursday Fellowship

We are a group of people who meet weekly at Hemel Hempstead Methodist Church for fellowship. Our meetings usually begin with study or with a speaker, we then have a time of prayer for the church and our concerns and we end with coffee and chat. Our studies have included Bible study, and discussions on Christian books and are led by some group members taking it in turns. Speakers have talked to us of their travels to places such as the Holy Land or India, their interest in wildlife, or the work they do, or have shown us how to become experts in crafts such as making Christmas cards. We meet every Thursday from 8.00pm – 10.00pm and all are welcome to join us.


For more information please contact:

Lyndsay Campbell

lyndsaymcampbell@aol.com

 

Gretchen's House Group

This group meets on the last Wednesday of each month. We start at 2.30pm and have a time of worship, led by a minister or worship leader, and then finish with a chat and afternoon tea. This usually finishes around 4pm.