On this page you will find information on 'Coffee Break', 'Home Groups', 'WAFFLE' (Women About Fellowship, Fun, Laughter and Entertainment) and the former Men's Fellowship and, where applicable, whom to contact.
Home Groups offer fellowship along with learning more about our faith in our Lord and Saviour. They take place in various homes around the parish, some weekly, others monthly and on different days of the week. For more information contact Pam Brooks using the contact us form.
In our group we aim to demonstrate the love of God to women in Rustington and surrounding areas in a fun, inclusive and life-enhancing way.
We meet on the second Wednesday evening of the month in the Church Hall at 7.30 and we aim to finish at about 9.00 pm.
We charge £3 to include tea, coffee and home-made cake and we welcome any ladies to come to the group. If you would like further information, please call me on 01903 784687 or e-mail email@example.com. We look forward to meeting you.
Our next meeting is on Wednesday, 9th May at 7.30pm when we shall meet in the Church Hall for a talk "Safeguarding our Shores" given by a represent- ative from the National Coastline Institution. As usual, the cost is £3 to include tea and homemade cake. For further information please contact Diane Kersey on 07539 838621.
Programme for 2018
February 7th - "Family Support Work" - Martin Auton-Lloyd
March 14th - "Professional Floristry School" - Seed2Design
April 11th - "Local professional bakers with a career-change
story to tell - Those Baker Girls
May 9th - "Safeguarding our Shores" - National Coastline
June 13th - "Bright Young Things" - Mark Perry Nash
July 11th - Visit to Sussex Flower Farm
August - No Meeting
September 12th - "The Knights Templar" - Canon Anne Davison
October 10th (Review Meeting) - "ACORN" - Steph Spanner
November 14th - "Crafts with Carol" - Carol Cornfoot
December 12th - Christmas Event
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, 2nd May when Alex Vincent, a well-known speaker from Worthing Archaeological Society, will be giving his talk on 'The Flint Mines of Cissbury". As usual, cake and refreshments will be available.
If you haven't been to one of our meetings before, do come along - a warm welcome awaits you!
Future dates for your diary.....
6th June - "How to turn good views into good photos" - Stephen Walby
4th July - "Sid Cotton's Air Force" - Tony Turner
Please also refer to our website.......
www.spsp-mensfellowship.club Bill Dodd & Glyn Mathias
8am Holy Communion
6.30pm Evening Service
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