St Peter's Church Farnborough

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Regular activities include children & toddler groups, youth groups, young adult groups and Home groups. St Peter's Church is also a host for other community activity and organisations including a craft cafe, badminton and the Alzheimers Cafe. Please visit their events calendar for more information.

Children & Toddler groups:
-The Mini Hub meet Thursdays 10.00am-2.00pm. A drop-in play cafe for babies/toddlers and their carers with refreshments available.
-Dads & Kids meet weekly on Satudays 9.30-11.00am. Primarily for male carers and their pre-school youngsters. Toys, craft, table-tennis, table football and 'air hockey'. Hot drinks, cookies, and bacon rolls (for adults). Check the website for cancellations and any change of venue.
-The HUB meet Tuesdays 3.45-5.30pm. An after-school play café aimed at infant school aged children and their families with refreshments available.

Youth groups include a social group (for games, consoles, crafts & tuck shop) held on Tuesday evenings, Sunday Bible Study and a Pathfinders group (for school years 7-9) and Discovery group (for school years 10-13).

Young Adult groups include socials, trips and special events (for people aged 18-30).

Church services:
- Sunday Service at 9.15am:
An informal and contemporary service. All ages are welcome and music is led by a band. They have children’s groups for ages 3 months to school year 6. You are welcome to stay for a coffee after the service. BSL support is also offered on 1st, 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.
- Sunday Service at 11.15am:
A quiet, traditional Holy Communion service that starts with coffee and chat from 10.45am onwards. Their sung worship involves the organ or other classical instruments and is liturgical. This service is usually LIVE STREAMED on Youtube or available to watch later.
- Sunday Service at 2.30pm :
An informal and gentle service held in church, with a mix of hymns, songs and traditional prayers. After the service there is time to chat around tables (includes refreshments).
- Sunday Service at 5.30pm:
A very informal and contemporary service, where music is led by the band and everyone is welcome. There is a group called ‘Pathfinders’ for younger youth (ages 11-14) during the service and older teens meet after the service (‘Discovery’). Everyone is welcome to stay and chat over coffee after the service. This service is usually LIVE STREAMED on Youtube or available to watch later.

About St Peter's Church Farnborough

Whether you are looking for community or to find faith, traditional style church or something more relaxed and contemporary, larger groups or small, for little ones, young people, seniors and everything in between...we would love to meet you! We have 4 types of worship gathering each Sunday, with groups for children and teens, plus lots going on through the week too.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
The Mini Hub: Free entry & unlimited tea and coffee; pay for cakes.
The HUB: Free entry & unlimited tea and coffee; pay for cakes.
Dads & Kids: £2.50 per family.

Find out more

St Peter's Church Farnborough

Telephone
01252 513111

Email
admin@stpetersfarnborough.org.uk

Website
http://stpetersfarnborough.org.uk/

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Location

60 Church Avenue
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 7AP

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