Usually meets on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month at 7.30pm in the Church meeting room, for about an hour and a half.
Intended for those new to the bible as well as those who know a little more. It is an informal group with everyone having an opportunity to contribute. Since 1980 a lot of topics have been covered – The Lord’s Prayer, the Beatitudes, Psalms, Proverbs, several New Testament letters, and then more recently Ruth and Daniel.
Christian concern for families of all faiths worldwide. Originated in 1876, it now has 3 million members all over the world.
You do not have to be married or indeed a mother to join. Membership is open to all, including men. People are very welcome to the local meetings and details of becoming a nation MU member can be supplied.
St. Margaret’s branch usually meets informally once a month, sometimes with a speaker or with a service in church or just the chance to enjoy an afternoon socialising with one another.
Currently there are only a small number of people who meet together on a Tuesday from 10.30 am to 11.30 am for prayer. If you are interested to taking part, please contact the Parish Office for further details. On a Tuesday, all prayer requests on the prayer board and from Sunday are brought to God. The work and life of the church is also upheld in prayer.
St Margaret's Guild
Open to women and men. The Guild is practically based, organising the Church flowers and laundering the communion linens, then on the first Thursday of the month, following the service at 10.00 am, the Brass Cleaning Team set to work polishing the metal work and vessels throughout the church.
The Guild meet from time to time through the year, although most people help via a rota. The Guild are involved with the Church's Fayre held in November/December, with their profits going to fund the special church decorations during the year. All donations towards festival flowers are very welcome.