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Community Care Group

Supporting our local community

Supporting the elderly, the housebound, and those home from hospital, with visits, shopping, social events, and lifts to church, so that they feel part of our St Martin's Church family and don't feel isolated or forgotten.

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Providing a Warm Welcome Space during the winter months

Our informal coffee morning is held every Thursday between 10 and 11.15am. Everyone is welcome to drop in for tea or coffee with biscuits - and sometimes there's cake - in a warm, friendly environment.

PopIns is held in the meeting room in the Undercroft, which is much easier to heat than the church, so it's a perfect Warm Welcome Space. Access is on the corner of Victoria Avenue and London Road.

* Disabled access & facilities

* Free WiFi

* No charge, donations welcome.



Warm Welcome

Christians Learning Together

Exploring the faith

What? Accessible small-group discussion on the Bible, church history, and theology

When? Wednesdays at 11am, for 11.15am (during term time)

Where? In the Lower Vestry at St Martin's Church

Mother's Union

Supporting families worldwide

Our aims are: 

  • To encourage parents in their role to develop the faith of their children

  • To promote conditions in society favourable to stable family life and the protection of children

  • To help those whose family life has met with adversity

  • To promote and support married life

Missionary Support Group

Supporting Christian ministry around the world

The group coordinates the church's prayerful and financial support of various different mission agencies and also provides regular updates to the church on the work of those agencies. 

Flower Fellowship

Fun with flowers

Whatever your existing experience, the Flower Fellowship would welcome you once a month on a Monday morning in the Lower Vestry for expert-led classes. A small fee is charged. For more information, please contact the office.


A thriving primary school situated near the church. 'Our aim is to serve the local community by providing an education of the highest quality for all our pupils.'

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