Groups at St Saviour’s are a great way to make and deepen friendships, to grow spiritually and to make a difference.
CAMEO – “Come and meet each other”! An informal social group for more mature people. Meets once a month on a Monday afternoon. Each meeting has an opportunity to meet other and to hear a guest speaker.
Craft Café – where both experts and enthusiastic novices enjoy a wide range of crafts with company and a cuppa. Bring your own projects, or get involved our projects: from special baby care units to the mission for seafarers.
Fellowship Study Groups. Opportunties to meet together with friends to study the Bible and to pray. Several groups meet fortnightly during the day, and one group for working-age women which meets monthly on a Monday evening. Why not try one out? – or start your own!
Mothers’ Union. The MU is a global Christian organization, active in 84 countries and supporting around a million people each year. Our parish’s branch is a great place to serve others and to make and deepen friendships.
There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.st thomas of aquin, 13th century
Soul Sisters. A social group for working-age women. Join the mailing list to hear about upcoming social events – just let the parish office know and we’ll add you to the list.
Wellspring. A quiet monthly service led by a priest, with a range of different ways to pray. No previous experience of praying in different ways is expected, and each person prays in their own way, at their own pace, and people’s privacy is strongly respected at this service. Everyone is welcome!
To find out more, please contact the Parish Office in the first instance, or speak to a member of our Parish Leadership Team. We can provide more information about options and put you in touch with the group you would like to join.