Do join us for this simple act of worship. Taizé style worship makes use of silences and repetitive meditative songs to deepen our awareness of God. We draw together to worship the living God and encounter his presence among us as we wait upon him.
On Thursday 14th November, members from Crowthorne Baptist, Crowthorne Methodist, Holy Ghost RC, St John’s and St Sebastian’s churches joined new homeowners at Birch Place to welcome them into their new home.
The lounge was soon buzzing with happy chatter and yes, we demolished the cakes and biscuits that the team brought too!
Our hope and prayer is that all the new residents will be really happy, thrive and be blessed as they make their new home at Birch Place.
The Churches in Crowthorne invite you to come and join us on the Morgan Rec for FOUR fridays of fun, free activities for young people and their families. See you there!
Every year the Churches in Crowthorne and Finchampstead support Christian Aid to raise money to support people living in poverty worldwide.
You are warmly invited to St James, Finchampstead for a service of worship for this year’s Christian Aid Week at 6pm on Sunday May 12th. We are delighted to be welcoming Sarah Clay from the South East Regional office of Christian Aid to be our speaker.
All the churches in Crowthorne wish you a very Happy Easter!
Our joint Good Friday service will be taking place
on Friday 19 April,
at 10.00 a.m.,
at the Methodist Church,
The Walk of witness which takes place in silence, will take place directly after the service and will be ending at the Baptist Church with teas, coffees and hot cross buns.
We would like to request help from anyone willing and able to share the carrying of the cross through the village. Please let Carla Mclachlan know, or let Andrew Mitchell, Sam Hanna, David Greenwood or Ken Perrett know on the morning of the service if you are able to help.
Friday 1st March, 10:30am
Crowthorne Methodist Church, Duke’s Ride
Speaker: Rev Sharon Gardner
Crowthorne CTC is pleased to provide you with details of our Lent 2019 Programme.
We start with a Taize service together (10th March) and culminates in an ‘Agape’ supper on 15th April. In between there are a wide variety of options:
- Four ecumenical House Groups using “The Mystery of God”, a Lent course prepared by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.
- St James Church centre will again be hosting their excellent series of Lent Lectures on Tuesday evenings (programme and flyer attached).
- Weekly ‘Stations of the Cross’
- Weekly Christian Mediation Group (invitation to regular group)
Further details from Ken Perrett, email@example.com