Enjoy spending time with us...
One of the signs that we are a friendly and welcoming church family is that we have a lot of mid-week activities. We invite you to join us at one or more of the following. For details of our children and families, and youth activities, please see Children and Youth.
4U Community Café
The Saturday Cafe will serve between 9 - 11 am. A typical menu: cooked breakfast of bacon, sausage, egg and beans £2.50, Egg or beans on Toast £1, Tea, cofee, cakes - pay as you feel donation. You can find us in St. David's Church Hall on Eastern Avenue South, NN2 7QB. If you haven't been inside our building before, the hall door is the one in the car park. .
If you are interested in volunteering in our Café or want to find out more about us, please contact Cheryll Lowe (07916264317)
Carpet bowls is played in St. David's Church Hall on Wednesday afternoons from 2 pm. Why not come along and have a go? All ages and abilities are welcome.
We are currently looking for members to join an afternoon bowls group. If you are interested or would like to know more, please contact the Team Office (01604 720781)
Knit & Natter
Now part of Renew 88 Wellbeing. If you like to knit, crochet or sew, or you like to sit and chat, you will enjoy our Knit & Natter group meets weekly on Wednesdays from 10 am - 12 noon currently in St. David's Church Hall. Bring your own lunch.
Bring your own knitting or join with others to knit blanket squares or baby items for a local charity.
For more details, please contact Jane Serbyn (07896981011)
Taste and see that the Lord is good.
Psalm 34:8 (NRSV)
St. Mark's Luncheon Club
On the first Thursday of each month we meet at the Fox and Hounds pub for a good catch up over a leisurely lunch. If you would like to join us, please call Liz and Bill May on 01604 844565 to let them know so that we can include you in our table booking. If you need a lift, we can arrange this for you.
The Mothers' Union â€‹is an international Christian charity which aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action by prayer, campaigns, projects, promotion of a stable family life and is made up of members across the world.
Mothers' Union was founded in 1876 by Mary Sumner, the wife of the vicar at Old Arlesford in Hampshire. Sixteen years later, on 26th April 1892, the first meeting of the Kingsthorpe branch of the Mothers' Union was held in the infant school in Kingsthorpe Village. Its members have been involved in many projects over the years encompassing the Church and the Deanery. Although the times have changed we are still involved with the life of the church and wider community. The branch continues to thrive and includes members from all three churches in the parish - St David, St John the Baptist and St Mark.
We are a very active branch and aim to be an active presence and support all the three churches activities. Our aim as a branch is to provide friendship, fellowship and fun, supporting each other in times of adversity as well as joy and following the aims and objectives of Mothers' Union.
We meet on the first Tuesday of the month, starting at 2 pm, at St David's Church. Prayer meetings are held once a month usually on the third Tuesday in the afternoon at 3 pm at a member's house. This can vary depending on the time of the year and we do not meet in January but continue our personal prayers at home.
For information on our current programme please contact Jane Serbyn (07896981011).
What does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.
Micah 6:8 (NIV)
Renew 88 - Wellbeing
Meets at St David's Church each Wednesday between 10 am - 12 noon. A place where it is 'OK not to be okay'. We offer Fun and Fellowship, Rest and Refreshment. Join us for craft and conversation, a friendly greeting and time to relax. There is a short time of meditation and prayer at 11.45 am.
Contact Jane Serbyn for more information (07896981011).
St David's Foodbank
Open between 9 and 11 am Tuesdays and Saturdays. If you are in need of food and support contact Cheryll Lowe (07916264317). We are serving the needs of the Kingsthorpe Community.