Get Involved
Ways you can join in

COVID 19

Unfortunately all regular groups and events are currently suspended due to Coronavirus.

 Ways you can join in

Lots of Ways to Get Involved.

We support and provide for a large number of groups which range from groups within the church to support for mission organisations and Christian charities, both overseas and in this country.

As well as this we have Home Groups, “Food and Friends” (a Sunday lunch held 5 times a year),
Tea Chat and Company and others…

Do consider joining one of our Home Groups which are an excellent way to learn more about the Bible and to receive deeper pastoral care and encouragement.

Every Member Ministry

Every member of our church family, regardless of age or experience has something to offer the church in the advancement of God’s kingdom in this place. For this to work effectively we need to each play our part.  This is the biblical model of the body of Christ. If there is a particular way in which you would like to serve, please speak to either the churchwardens or the vicar and we can explore this together.

Sunday Lunch

Food and Friends

First Sunday in February, May, July, October & December

Church members and the wider community come together to share a delicious 2 course home cooked Sunday lunch with those whom Sunday can feel like a very long day.  We get together with great joy and care to show God’s love, for good food and great, friendly company.

Those who meet at this lunch have made life-long friends and become a strong support network to each other.  Occasionally we have a guest speaker after lunch, sharing either life experiences or useful information.

If you would like to join us you would be most welcome, especially if Sunday feels a long day to you.  A very warm and friendly welcome awaits.

We meet on the first Sunday of the month in February, May, July, October and December at 1pm at the St Peter’s Centre.  The cost is £6.50 and numbers are limited so booking at least a week in advance is essential!

Please contact Rachel in the Church office on 07835 879178 or email office@iverparishchurch.org.uk

Weekly

Welcome Cafe

Drop it, relax and make new friends.
Free Coffee & Tea provided

Wednesdays 10am to 12noon
St Peter’s Centre
1 Thorney Lane North, Iver, SL0 9JU
(next to St Peter’s Church)

For more information please contact the Church Office on 07835 879178 or office@iverparishchurch.org.uk

Monthly

Tea, Chat & Company

If you love COMPANY or if you’re a bit lonely this is a chance to meet new
people. If you love having a CHAT and mulling things over with old friends and
new … if you love drinking TEA or even coffee, then TEA, CHAT and
COMPANY is for YOU!

2nd Tuesday of the month, 2.15pm
in St Peter’s Church Annexe

For more information please contact the Church Office on 07835 879178 or office@iverparishchurch.org.uk

Monthly

CAMEO

Come And Meet Each Other
(CAMEO) Coffee morning

Coffee, cake & chatter

1st Saturday of the month
10am – 12noon
St Leonard’s Church Hall

For more information please contact the Church Office on 07835 879178 or office@iverparishchurch.org.uk

Home Groups

Home Groups

A Home Group is a small group of church members (up to 12 people) who meet weekly or fortnightly in someone’s home or in church to study the Bible, pray and share friendship.

We have a number of Home Groups running.

For more information on these groups and how to join one, please contact the Church office on 07835 879178 or office@iverparishchurch.org.uk

Music in Church

Music Ministries

Musical Worship is an important part of services and events that take place in the Parish of Iver. We have a small team of worship leaders and musicians, and are always looking for more people to join us.

If you feel God is calling you to use your talents and experience in playing or singing with us, please contact Roger Hall on 01895 430374 or email music@iverparishchurch.org.uk

St Peter’s Bellringers

Bell Ringing

Bell ringing is a team activity that stimulates the brain and helps keep you fit: it is not hard work. It also makes a glorious sound. Many consider ringing to be their contribution to church life, others do it for pleasure and the company it brings. If you are a ringer, you can go to the bell practice at any tower in any town or village in the country (and many overseas) and instantly have a group of new friends who make you welcome.

Ringing is not a skill that is instantly acquired.  It takes a few months to learn to handle a bell with an instructor but after that, progress is determined by how much you teach yourself.

If you are interested in or would like more information contact the Church Office on 07835 879178 or email office@iverparishchurch.org.uk