Coffee mornings

Coffee morningCoffee mornings are a regular feature of our church life. They usually have a particular focus such as an interesting speaker or a table-top sale. Tea, coffee, squash and cakes are served at very modest prices.

These events are open to all, and are a good way to meet us and find out about all the activities that take place here.

Unless stated otherwise, our coffee mornings are held in the church from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon and admission is free. Do drop in.

Forthcoming coffee mornings

Saturday 2 June – plant sale and coffee morning: enjoy coffee or tea and a slice of cake, then choose and buy some lovely  plants for your garden. Corner Gallery will be selling floral items, including tea towels, notebooks & pouches.

Saturday 30 June – coffee morning and charity sale: come and support local charities whilst enjoying some refreshments. There will be stalls and stands for all kinds of charities, raising awareness and money for good causes.

Come and support:

Saturday 20 October  – 'A life beneath the waves' part two. Following his popular and very enlightening talk at our coffee morning in April, former Royal Navy submariner Kevin Franks has kindly agreed to return and give us a further instalment.

Saturday 17 November – Christmas shopping morning. We will publish a full list of stallholders nearer the time (see below for details of last year's event). This event is open from 10.00 am until 1.00 pm.

Saturday 8 December – a coffee morning to launch our 2018 Christmas Tree Festival.


Christmas shopping morning

Previous shop & pamper evening

We held a very successful shopping morning in November 2017. The event was well-supported, and enjoyed by stallholders and customers alike.

Stallholders included:

  • Usborne Books and Phoenix Cards
  • Koula's Kitchen
  • Corner Gallery
  • Shop With Love
  • FM Cosmetics
  • Wood-turned items and miniature clay creations.
  • Handmade glass designs, framed with metal work and amber stones.
  • Hand-knitted items
  • Pottery and ceramics
  • Jewellery, watches, handbags, scarves, shrugs, and Christmas decorations.

Here are some of the comments we received from stallholders after the event:

Many thanks for the wonderful shopping morning. As always it was meticulously run, everyone was so helpful, and was very well supported by the public. It is one of those mornings that is a real pleasure to be party to - I cannot fault it. I know a lot of organisation goes into days like this but you must all take credit for the wonderful team work that you all put in.
Many thanks for organising yet another successful shopping morning. I felt there was a good turnout and a lovely atmosphere.
The morning was a great success. I personally had one of the best days of trading on my records. Thanks again to everyone involved in the organising of the event which for me has become the start of Christmas.
We really enjoyed the fair, and would certainly join you next year if you run it again.
Thank you so much for having me. It was my first morning event, as unfortunately I missed last year's. The atmosphere was brilliant with true support from local community.

Other events at this church

Calendar of events (Google Calendar)


Spirituality in Photography
Details of Philip Richter's book, which was the topic of one of our previous coffee mornings.