COMMUNITY CAROL SERVICE Saturday 14th December at 5pm repeated Sunday 15th December 2.30pm,
NB. There will not be a Sunday morning service on December 15th
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Plase Note - there will not be a Sunday morning service on December 15th.
10am Church Service with cafe fellowship
11:30am - 12:30pm Sunday Live (3-12yrs and Pro Fide 13+)
5.00pm - see the Special Events section for details of our occassional Sunday Evening activities
- Monday 10:00 till 12:00 Bereavement Support Group - See separate section below
- 19:30 till 21:30 Potting Shed gardening Club - See separate section below
- Tuesday 09:30 till 11.30 Parent and Toddler Group (Term time only)
- 16:15 till 18:15 Kumon
- Wednesday 10:30 till 12:15 Friendship Group
- 11:30 till 14:00 SA Community Lunch Club
- 20:00 till 22:00 Fellowship Band Rehearsal (3rd Wed of Month)
- Thursday 11:30 till 14:00 SA Community Lunch Club
- 19:00 till 22:00 Senior Choir and Band Rehearsals
- Friday 16:15 till 18:15 Kumon
- 17:00 till18:30 Junior Band and Learners Rehearsals
- Saturday 10:00 till 14:00 Encore Theatre Academy (Term time only)
The Kumon sessions and the Encore Theatre Academy are not run by the Salvation Army.
Pre School - Monday to Friday 09:15 till 14:15 (Term time only) see separate section below
Saturday 14th December - Community Carol Service at 5pm - tickets £5 from the corps office.
Sunday 15th December - Community Carol Service reprise at 2.30pm - tickets £5 from the corps office.
Sunday 22nd December - Candlelight Carol Service at 5pm - no admission charge.
Christmas Day - Celebration Service at 10.30am
Fellowship Band - Wednesday 15th January.
Pre-School operates 5 days each week during term time. For further information phone Karen Perry (Manager) on 01905 794179
Mondays 9.15am till 2.15pm
Tuesdays 9.15am till 2.15pm
Wednesdays 9.15am till 2.15pm
Thursdays 9.15am till 2.15pm
Fridays 9.15am till 2.15pm
Each Thursday we operate a Play and Stay event at the WANDS Childrens Centre on the Westlands Estate. Please phone using the above telephone number for further details.
Potting Shed Gardening Club
The club is open to all. Annual membership is £5 and the meeting fee is £2 to cover heat light refreshments etc. Visitors £3.
We meet in the main building of the Salvation Army on the second Monday of each month at 7pm for refreshments. Our meetings begin at 7:30. There are more than 40 members of the group having a wide range of experience. So if you have in interest in any aspect of gardening whether you are a novice or an expert we would welcome you to any of our evenings. For further info phone 01905 794179.
9th December - Christmas Meal
Care and Share Shop
The Care and Share shop is open from Monday to Saturday. We have a selection of good quality clothes, briq-a-brac and furniture for sale and are always grateful for your similar surplus items. The shop is located in St Andrews Street - for location see the map at the top of the page.
Donations of good quality clothing and bric-a-brac urgently required.
Please contact for further information
Bereavement Support Group
If you have recently suffered a bereavement or are finding it difficult to come to terms with your loss come and join the Bereavment Support Group, people who are in a similar situation to you. The group meets on the second Monday of each month at 10.00am in the Conference room on the first floor of the new building.
Future meeting dattes
9th December incorporating a Time of Reflection and Remembrance at 11am
Bible Study and Prayer Group
The Bible Study and Prayer group will meet at 7.30pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month in the Conference Room in the new building. It will not run during school holidays or in December due to the carolling programme. It will start with a Bible Study, the content will be largely based on how we apply the Bible message to our everyday lives and time will be given for prayer at the end of the Bible Study.
Meetings for 2020
The Ladiess Fellowship meets at irregular intervals, please keep looking here for details.
The Ladies Fellowship will be meeting in November - contact Margaret Green or Marie Mears for details.
Parent and Toddler Group
Report by Michelle Day
Every Tuesday morning during term time we have a LARGE parent and toddler group! (It is the group that is large, not the parents).Up to 40 parents, grandparents and carers together with 40+ babies and toddlers come along each week to play, cry and laugh and thats just the parents! Seriously though, Chris, Lesley and myself along with Ann, Josie and Margaret in the kitchen build close reationships with parents and children, some of whom are vunerable and need a shoulder to cry on or a listening ear.
We have a snack around 10 o'clock and now need to have 2 sittings as there is not enough room to sit, then we go outside to play, weather permitting. At 11.15 we tidy up and end the morning with a song time.
It is a great bridge between the Toddler group and Pre-school with several children attending the latter because of the relationships that have been built within the group. Many parents have returned to us after having more children and occasionally grandparents who use to bring their own children are now bringing their grandchildren. We do not advertise as we are recommended by parents to their friends but we do have some kind comments on the netmums.com web site which also brings new parents in.
As we are now so busy we could do with some help please. Chris and I get around as many parents as possible, especially those on their own, but sometimes we need to sit with someone for longer and others get missed out. If you could spare even an hour on a Tuesday morning we would be most grateful. The group runs from 9.30 untill 11.30 every Tuesday morning.
The Friendship Group
Starting Wednesday 19th June 2019 we will be hosting a Friendship Group. This event is open to all adults who are looking for something to do or someone to chat with. It is an informal get together. There will be activities that you can enjoy or you can just sit and chat. Tea and coffee will be provided all for a contribution of £1 to cover the expenses and heat/light etc. The initial meeting will be from 10.30 until 12.15. Come and go as you please.
There is no fixed plan for the group, it will develop as the members require. We are aware that there are many people in Droitwich who have little contact with other adults during a 'normal' week so if you fall into this category or just want a change of company come along and enjoy the morning.
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