We look forward to welcoming you to our annual Christmas Market. We can promise you a lovely festive event for all the family.
A new 4 part series beginning Sunday 31st October. What does a healthy church look like? Join us as we look at a snapshot of the early church (Acts 2:40-47).
Today 24 October 21: We apologise to those of you trying to access our service via the live streaming this morning. We have a problem. If possible we will make the service available to view on our YouTube channel later today. Please accept our apologies.
We have had a great first term back at Little Freshers. The children have enjoyed playing on the soft play, reading in our book corner, playing with dolls and toy cars, doing jigsaw puzzles, whizzing around on the ride on toys, getting creative with playdough, using glue to create masterpieces, singing nursery rhymes… the list could… Continue Reading →
What happens when the children go to their Urban Saints classes? Great question and the answer is too exciting to share in a short blog so, click here to find out more…
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith. Each evening includes a meal, a short video presentation, and a chat at the end where you can share your thoughts and questions. Click here If you’d like to know more.
You are invited to Alpha for a time of great conversation, and talks that make you think. We will be launching a new series starting on Sunday 17th October at 6pm. If you’re interested please contact us through the email below. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org About Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the… Continue Reading →
Freshbrook Church are looking forward to welcoming you to “The Gospel, Abuse and the Local Church” tomorrow night at 6.30pm. Coffee and tea will be served when you arrive and at about 8.00pm after the second session. There will be a panel for people to ask questions at the end. You will receive a copy of Mez’s book – The… Continue Reading →
Last week we continued the Youth Alpha series (along with some doughnuts of course), and looked at ‘Jesus: Who Is He?’ Followed by a round-robin tournament of unihoc. Join us this Friday as we look at “Cross: Why Did Jesus Die?”
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-gospel-abuse-and-the-local-church-swindon-tickets-168739168395 The local church – a place of safety for the vulnerable, hope for the hurting, healing for the wounded. Join us this Sunday evening. Tickets are available through the link above. About this event: It is a tragic truth that many people associate the church as a place where people have been hurt and… Continue Reading →