A copy of the current notice sheet can be downloaded here.

Missed something? Some previous notice sheets can be found here

Events Calendar can be found here

  News & Information

Siwok Crafts (wooden carvings from N. Argentina) and Haiti metal work will be on sale in the church hall after the 10am service today and in the church at the evening service.
Carols at the Star next Sunday the 16th at 8pm.Come along, bring others, sing some carols, and have some drinks. If you’re able to help with singing, please let Mark Francis or Tanya Johnston know.
Children’s Carols on Christmas Eve: Welcomers neededfor either or both services at 3:30pm and 5pm. Please speak to Diane Francis if you might be able to help.
Carol Service: Sunday 23 December at 6pm. Don’t miss this one – one of the best opportunities to invite friends and family to hear the gospel message.
We would like to serve mince pies after the Carol Service. If you are able to donate a box or two, please leave them in the kitchen. Thanks!
Christmas Cards with details of our services over the Christmas period are available in church.
Christmas Charity Feast: Tuesday18 December at 7pm at the Gurkha, Woodcock Inn. £20 per person. Raising funds for Christians against Poverty. Call 01342 325325 to book a place.

Thank you

Chris Saunders and Team for a delicious Christmas lunch last Sunday.

Sarah Francis and team for a lovely festive craft afternoon yesterday.
To all the Christmas card delivery people – great job!
From Jenny Young to all who helped with the Tree of Light Service.
From Di Giles for the £90 raised for the Marylebone project.

Christmas events and services

Children’s Christmas Craft Afternoon: Saturday 8 December at 3pm-4:30.  A fun afternoon discovering the Christmas story for children and their families.

Carols at the Star: Come along to the Star in Felbridge, bring others, sing some carols and have some drinks. Sunday 16 December at 8pm.

Carol Service: Sunday 23 December at 6pm.Don’t miss this one – one of the best opportunities to invite friends and family to hear the gospel message.

We would like to serve mince pies at the Connections Praise Service and after the Carol Service. If you are able to donate a box or two, please leave them in the kitchen. Thanks!

Sat 8 December
3-4.30pm Children’s Christmas Craft Afternoon

SUNDAY 9th December

8am Holy Communion

9am Children’s Team prayer

10am sundayten

Speaker: Mark Francis  Title: The Return of the Lord

12-2pm Church Lunch

5.30-7.30pm Youth Group Party

6pm sundaysix  

Speaker: Mark Francis Title: The Return of the Lord

The Week Ahead

Mon 10 December

9am Felbridge School rehearsal

12:30 Connections Christmas Lunch at Chartham Park

Tues 11 December

2pm & 6:30pm Felbridge School Christmas Service

Wed 12 December

2-4pm Watercolour group

Fri 14 December

5:30pm Rainbows/Brownies

7pm Guides

7-8.30pm VERVE

NEXT SUNDAY 16th December

Speaker: Mark Francis  Title:The God who is there

10am sundayten

6pm sundaysix  

5.30-7.30pm Youth Group Party

8pm Carols at The Star

Prayer Diary

Saturday Pray that the Children's Craft Afternoon today will draw in children who don't usually  come to church events, and that they and their  parents will enjoy the activities and company while learning more of Jesus' love for them.
Sunday 9th December Ask for God's blessing on the Youth Group Christmas event this evening, and on our regular services, as we look beyond Jesus' first coming to the time when he will come again in power and great glory.

Monday Pray that the 'Connections' Christmas lunch today may be a happy and sociable occasion for all who come, whether regular members or visitors; for friendships to be deepened and for good conversations.
Tuesday Pray for the Felbridge School Carol Services taking place in church today, that they may be enjoyed by children, staff and parents alike and that the wonderful truth of Jesus' birth may come across clearly.
Wednesday Remember those who are struggling with debt, particularly with all the pressure and advertising to 'buy now, pay later' during the Christmas season. Pray for the agencies giving advice to people about managing debt.
Thursday The Church Army's Marylebone
Project in London may be particularly busy at this season; pray for the staff as they minister to women who are homeless, that they may find safety, shelter and God's love.

Friday Pray for the patients and their families at St Catherine's Hospice, dealing with the knowledge that they won't share another Christmas together. Pray for the volunteers and staff supporting them through this time.
Saturday There are more refugees and migrants than ever before, many of whom are Christians fleeing persecution. Pray for a united, worldwide and viable response to this immense crisis, and for the Aid Agencies striving to bring help.
Sunday 16th Pray for our services today, and for the Carol-singing at The Star this evening, Amid all the preparations and sparkle, may we and those we meet recognise afresh that God is indeed with us, transforming our lives.