Welcome to our activities page!

Below are details of the various activities we run at SFC. For further information on each of them please click on the green “Read More”

Sunday Services

Our Sunday services are at 10.30am and occasionally we hold an evening service 6.30pm. More details including kids church and creche click below.



We have 2 weekly groups for badminton. An evening mixed session and a morning ladies one.



Our ``In house`` Choir meets weekly on a Monday evening at 8pm


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Community Fridge

This initiative, seeks to reduce food waste whilst also giving our community a helping hand with food bills.

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Warm Hub

Running alongside our Community Fridge every Tuesday our Warm Welcome Space (formerly Warm Hub), will be operating from the 30th October as part of the national initiative! Irrespective of the weather or season we will be open every Tuesday between 12:30 and 4pm for warmth, company, conversation, the odd board game, quiz, jigsaw or two, and free hot drinks and biscuits.

Free Bees Baby & Toddler Group

Our friendly baby and toddler group meets each week on Thursday in term time at 10am & 1:30pm. There is currently a waiting list for the 10am group. Contact us for more details


Friends Together

Our monthly group for those in our community who prefer table based activities. Every second Tuesday of the month at 10am in our café room

In the Community

We are out and about in the community and in particular regularly visit a number of the care homes in the village


Interest Group

Our weekly group open to all. Fridays 10am to Midday. Discover and learn about new interests, with a range of speakers, activities, craft and outings. All washed down with tea and biscuits!

Men's Walking Group

Weekly walk on Mondays from 10am.



Our midweek powerhouse of prayer is every Wednesday morning at 10:30am.


Signing Group

The BSL Signing Group that meets on Monday afternoons is pausing and will not be open to new members from November 2023 until the start of February 2024.

The group’s main focus thereafter will be to offer help or advice should anyone within the community be exploring provision of communication support in any of the local churches, need general information regarding British Sign Language and details of helpful local groups and organisations.

If you or someone you know has questions or would perhaps like information regarding British Sign Language or communication please contact the church for more details.

We are committed to offering a welcoming environment for those living with hearing loss and welcome any suggestions that would encourage and support us further in this aim.