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Bible Study Group

The Bible Study Group will be meeting at Warden Hill URC Centre At 10.30am on 2nd March, 9th March, 16th March and 23rd March

for a four week course of topics from ‘The Fruits of the Spirit’.

We would love to welcome anyone who is ‘dipping a toe in,’ for a taster session.

Lent Groups in South Cheltenham

Session 1 – 22nd February             at St. Philip & St. James Church, Grafton Road, GL50 2DL

Session 2 – 1st March      at St. Peter’s, Church Road, GL53 0QJ

Session 3 – 8th March      at Emmanuel Church, Fairfield Parade, GL53 7PJ

Session 4 – 15th March   URCC, Lincoln Avenue, GL51 3DD

Session 5 – 22nd March   St. Stephen’s Church, St. Stephen’s Road, GL50 3UH.

It would be wonderful if you would join us.


Discussion Group

We shall be meeting at Prestbury. 7.30pm. All Welcome.


Thurs 22nd March                            The Church in Malawi, led by Louis Ndekha


Thurs 26th April                                  Mercy Ships

We welcome Ali Herbert who spends three months of every year as a Theatre Nurse on board Mercy Ships, currently in Cameroon.

Prestbury Coffee Morning

Saturday 3rd March From 10.30am until 12.00noon

As ever, the legendary toasted teacakes will be on offer! There will also be a raffle, cakes and books for sale.

Plenty of conversation guaranteed!

Regeneration/Repair Cafe

At St Andrew's on the first Saturday in the month from 10.00 till noon. Don't throw it out - see if you can get it sorted out!

Wednesday Women

The next meeting of the group will be on Wednesday 7th March. The evening will be a ‘film night’.

Wednesday Women meet on the first Wednesday of the month and have a variety of activities and speakers. Meetings start with refreshments at 7.15.All welcome

Elspet Carter

Knitters Needed!

Cheltenham Street Pastors are appealing for small items of warm clothing that can be handed out when the weather is very cold. Gloves, especially man-sized and woolly hats would be much appreciated.


Prayer support is always welcome – is that a service you could offer?

More information from Tony Jeans or Ann Gimingham at St Andrew’s

Past Case Review

The United Reformed Church Past Case Review is an open invitation for anyone to raise concerns about the behaviour or conduct of anyone affiliated with the URC since its formation in 1972. Tel. 020 7916 8682, email:


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