Groups & Activities
If you would like more information about any of the activities below, then please contact the Church Office.
A group of men meet on the third Thursday of the month from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm for fellowship and prayer. This is a time to get to know one another, and share experiences and concerns. We also try to extend our awareness of what is going on in the Church around the world. Occasionally we share outings together. We are mostly retired or partially retired, however all are welcome.
We have a number of students linked with the church both leaving and coming to Cirencester to study. The student link is a personal support set up with Christian emphasis to help students settle in while they are studying and to regularly pray for them.
Banners, hangings and other creative sewing projects are an expression of worship and contribute to the environment and feel of the Church and premises. We have made several banners for our own Church, one for our twin Church in Minsk, and one as a gift to the United Reformed Church to thank them for the use of their premises during our own Church renovation. Other projects have included the making of children’s clothes for Oxfam appeals.
Anyone with enthusiasm, interest or skill with banners is welcome to join our group. We meet on an occasional basis, when a particular project is on hand. No experience is necessary!
The Fish Banners – click here for background information about the Fish Banners displayed at front of the Church.
Moldova Banner – click here for background information about the Banner we made as a gift to the church in Samalia, Moldova.
TRYGs (The Rather Younger Group) is a group for 20-30’s keen to meet new people and make new friends within the church. We meet on the first Sunday of each month for Sunday lunch. Other activities include cinema trips, pizza nights, drinks at a local pub and just chilling out together!
Come along and join us!
Monthly social (usually the 3rd Friday of each month) for men from the Church, and any of their colleages and friends whose arms can be twisted! We meet up at a local pub then move on to one of the town’s Indian restaurants. Sometimes they go “on tour!”.