Fellowship Groups

We have a number of weekday groups that provide an informal place to discuss faith and meet each other.
Reflections Group!
Stocksbridge Christian Centre
Monday 1.15pm
This group meets weekly to discuss the scriptures from Sunday


Monday Fellowship Groups
(Contact us for venues)

Currently the group meets on Monday evening from 1900-2100 to ‘Start the Week’ with fellowship, prayer, support, informal discussion and to explore and study scripture.

From the end of September 2018 there will also be a group on Monday afternoons- please contact us for times and venue.

All are welcome.


Firm Foundations!

(please contact us for the venue)
7.45pm -9.30pm
This group is seeking to make the Gospel a firm foundation in their lives and in the life of the church, by meeting weekly for fellowship & prayer, to support & encourage each other, and to explore the themes from Sunday
New Beginnings!
(please contact us for the venue)
7.30pm -9.15pm
This is a new group seeking to enable even more people to meet weekly to enjoy time together, to explore the themes from Sunday worship, and to explore prayer
This group will begin meeting on September 24th
Knit & Natter!
St Johns Deepcar
7pm -9pm
This group meets weekly to share fellowship & friendship, to pray that God will use their time together to bless the people who receive the fruit of their knitting and …. to knit!
Pint & Prayer Bible Study!
The Castle Inn Bolsterstone
8.30pm - 10pm
This group meets weekly at The Castle to explore the themes from Sunday worship, to pray and to witness to the community as they do it, all whilst enjoying a pint or two!
Short Mat Bowling!
St John’s Church Hall
This group meets weekly to sharpen their bowling skills, whilst welcoming anyone from the community to come and join them, within the context of prayer and fellowship.



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