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Tea for visiting church group
Lunchtime at Tuesday Tots Xtra
Painting easter egg cards
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We believe and trust in God, who loves us all.
We believe and trust in Jesus, who showed us what love means.
We believe and trust in the Holy Spirit, who helps us to love in return.
We are very pleased to be able to offer our rooms for use by the local community and are delighted that they continue to be well used. There is disabled access to all our buildings as well as a suitable toilet. There are also baby changing facilities. If you are interested in booking any of our facilities, please contact our Bookings Secretary, Rupert Bear, either by or by ringing 01993 225074.
The church hall is our most popular space. It has access to a fully fitted kitchen, collapsible tables and stackable chairs, a screen on the wall, a piano and access to the small patio area out the back with a few outdoor children's toys. It has a maximum capacity of 50.
Hire charge: £12 per hour. Minimum hire is 2 hours.
This is a smaller room with space for about ten people. There is a coffee bar in one corner.
Hire charge: £8 per hour. Minimum hire is 2 hours.
The church itself is also available for hire and seats about 90. The chairs are movable and can be rearranged, if required. There is a stand microphone and a radio mike available, and the building has an inbuilt loop system. It may be possible to make use of the other audio-visual equipment, by arrangement.
Hire charge: £16 per hour. Minimum hire is 2 hours.
Please read our Conditions of Hire before making your booking. In particular, please note that, in order to keep costs down, we have no caretaker and you are kindly asked to leave the premises in a clean and tidy state with everything put away.
As with all Methodist buildings, no alcohol is allowed on the premises. Gambling activities, including raffles, are also restricted. If in doubt, please ask.
Safeguarding our children and young people, as well as vulnerable adults, is an essential element of what it means to be church. All Methodist churches have safeguarding policies and take the recruitment and training of those working with vulnerable people seriously. For those in leadership roles, that means the appropriate DBS (formerly CSB) checks. For those in supporting roles, all are now required by the Methodist Connexion to have undertaken the "Creating Safer Space" training, which is designed to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding and the issues involved.
Our church Safeguarding Contact is currently Ann Leck who, along with the minister, is generally the first point of contact for any safeguarding concern.
I sit by your side.
I have nothing to say.
There is nothing I can do.
I am anxious.
I am afraid.
But I stay.