Our Church exists to: Reach out in love and respect to all in our community, Encourage people to connect to Jesus and to one another, Grow mature followers of Jesus
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10:30am Prayer Fellowship
11am All-age Worship
11:30am Children's ministry
12:15pm Coffee Fellowship
9.15am - 10.45am Teddy Toddlers (session one)
11am - 12.30pm Teddy Toddlers (session two)
8pm Band Practice
- The meeting will take the form of hymns, readings and a ‘thought for the day'. Each meeting will also include light refreshments, tea and coffee and there is also the chance to share in the Luncheon Club
12pm Luncheon Club
- To enjoy a freshly prepared meal with others who attend Luncheon Club, please ensure you contact Gill on 01483 721 883, who will be happy to give you further information.
8pm Songster Practice
The ‘Welcome In' charity shop in Horsell High Street has been open to the public since 2003, and following a refurbishment in 2011 continues to meet the various needs of the area 6 days a week.
Since opening, it's estimated the shop has received more than 100 tonnes of donations from generous members of the public, consisting mostly of clothing, books, small electrical items and general household goods.
The shop relies heavily on the goodwill of the public. We're so grateful for the people of Woking and the surrounding area for going the extra mile to bring donations to us and it's their generosity that allows us to continue our work in this community.
Charity shops are playing an increasingly important role in reducing landfill, by encouraging reuse of goods rather than disposal. At the same time they offer great value for money providing vintage clothing, accessories and home wares at reduced prices. If you would like to make a difference and have a spare hour or two a week to help us, we would love to welcome you to our team of volunteers. Just get in touch by either visiting the shop in person and talking to Wendy our shop manager or any other volunteer or calling us on 01483 721 883.
Community Care is the section of The Salvation Army that specifically helps those who need special assistance. From offering food to those without to furnishing a flat for those in desperate need. We are involved in wrapping over 400 Christmas presents and food parcels, as well as supporting the York Road Hostel and other Social Organisations.
Unfortunately, we are not able to give money but we will try to assist in many other ways.
The financial cost of meeting these needs comes from the giving of The Salvation Army church members and the public giving from Christmas Carolling.
The Woking Community Care Team provide emergency service cover when requested by the larger Salvation Army emergency response units, such as that provided after nationwide disasters like The Kings Cross fire, or the London terrorist bombing of 2005.
The team is made up of volunteers from Woking Salvation Army church members. Time is given for free so that others can be helped - its just a simple way of giving back something we have been blessed with ourselves.
Read the May - June 2019 edition of our newsletter, Tidings.
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