Small Groups

Small groups are exactly that, a smallish group of people who want to know more about Chrisitianity.  Most of the groups meet in the homes of church members, to pray together, discuss a passage from the Bible, enjoy light refreshments and to develop great friendships. 
You don't have to know all the answers - you don't even have to know the Bible well. 
You just need a desire to want to know more.

We have small groups located in and around Frant and all you have to do to join is talk to us.
We can put you in touch with the small group leader who will be more than happy to let you have details of the meeting(s).
So, if you are interested, or wish to ask any questions about the groups, please contact us or one of the people listed below. 
We will be very pleased to hear from you.

We have small groups to suit all, including:
  • Small Home Groups
    At present we have 4 Home Groups meeting on a regular basis. 
1.  Women's Bible Study, every other Monday morning starting at 9:30 am.
     Contact Alice Gurney  ( 07812 958159 ) for further details,
     e.g. venues and actual dates of meetings.
2.  Monday mornings, meeting in Frant, starting at 10:30 am
     Contact Ed Pascoe ( 07450 097886 ) to confirm arrangements and find out more details. 
3.  Tuesday afternoons, meeting in Frant, every other week, starting at 2:30 pm
     Contact Jane Emler ( 01892 532233 ) for further details and to find out dates of meeting.
4.  Wednesday afternoons, meeting in the Broadwater Down area of Tunbridge Wells,
     every other week, starting at 2:30 pm
     Contact Jane Emler ( 01892 532233 ) for further details and to find out dates of meeting. 
  • Prayer Groups 
          1.  A small group meets after the church service on Sunday mornings in the children's
               chapel.  They pray for the people who have asked for prayer through our prayer box.
          2.  A small group of people meets in the church on Wednesday mornings, starting at
               10:00 am, and lasting for about 45 minutes or so.  Our time together usually includes
                a short Bible Study and a time of prayer.  We pray for the life of the church, people we
                know who need support through a difficult time or for specific situations either at home
                or overseas.  We also offer prayers of thanksgiving as and when we enjoy good things
                in our lives and in the lives of those around us !
               Once a month this time of prayer and fellowship becomes a traditional Communion
               Service in accordance with the Book of Common Prayer.