Kerith Community Church


Kerith Community Church in Farnborough meet at 10.00-11.20am on Sundays. Facilities include a car park (22 spaces) with disabled parking available, self-service refreshments and accessible toilet on the ground floor. The church partners with Christians Against poverty (CAP) for debt and money advice, Farnborough Foodbank, Transforming Lives for Good (TLG ) for local primary aged children who are struggling with the social, behavioural or emotional difficulties, and Home for Good for foster and adoptive families .

Regular activities include:
Youth group 'Unleashed' (for children in school Year 7 and over): young people stay in the Sunday meeting for the first 20-30 minutes of the adult meeting for sung worship, and the host will announce from the platform when is time for them to head to Unleashed in The Hub. Please email for more info on Kerith Farnborough Youth Work.

About Kerith Community Church

Kerith Community Church provides a safe place; where people far from God can explore what it means to have a relationship with Him, and where people who have already chosen to follow Jesus can grow closer to Him and become more effective in serving Him.

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Kerith Community Church

01344 862 699




Caroline House
6 Invincible Road
Hampshire GU14 7QU

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