Nearly 30% of the people who were affected by hurts in 'Relationships' had experienced 'Unkindness'. Other big issues in the category of relationships were 'Friendships' and 'Lies and Betrayal'.
1st and 3rd Mondays at 10.15 am-12 noon
Life Church, Hook: Creative Cafe
Creative Café is open to anyone who is or would like to be creative. Bring along a project or just pop along and spend some time socialising, having a cuppa and sharing your creativity.
Running the 2nd Saturday of every month, Creative Cafe is hosted at Life Church Centre, Hook from 9.30 - 11.30 am.
Our meeting starts at 9.30am with a demonstration of the days craft beginning at 9.45am. Meetings are usually held in the church Hall on the 2nd Monday of each month. We aim to finish at 11.45am
1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month
1.00pm to 4.00pm | Coffee Shop
A great place to have time with friends and learn a new skill. Taking place on the first and third Wednesday in the month from 1.00pm-4.00pm in the coffee shop. A donation of £3 per session is invited to help cover costs. No experience is necessary! Further info from Church Office
Beginning Jan 2018 from 7.30 om, last Monday in the month.
Held once a month as a group meet in St Mary’s Coffee Shop to play board games. If you enjoy a game of scrabble or any other board you are welcome to join us. Games begin at 10am and finish around 12 noon. Programme cards available from the church office
Saint Marks at the Kestrel - social meeting at the pub from 8.30 pm on the first Monday of the Month.
Tadley Main Road Methodist:
Looking for volunteers. We have 2 leaders, lots of puppets and a portable puppet theatre. We need more puppeteers, adults or children, for fun and occasional performances.
Contact: Tracy Bennett 07923933409
Join some of the men of St Mary's and others for a kick around on Saturday mornings. All abilities welcome! We meet at Everest Community College every Saturday (Sept to May) at 9am-10am. We start back on Sept 7th. First week is free, after that there is a contribution of £4 towards hire
St. Mary's Cricket Club is based at St. Mary's church in the centre of Basingstoke. The club has been playing regularly since the mid 1980s, and in 2002 joined the Hampshire Cricket League.
The club is made up of church members and friends.
We aim to play cricket competitively but fairly and in good humour reflecting the Christian faith that underpins the club.
A (25, 31 or 37 mile) ride starting outside Costa in Hartley Wintney at 7.30am.
With a brief stop at Silchester’s Roman Amphitheatre to reflect on a few passages from the bible.
Circuit Training runs every Wednesday at 7:45pm for an hour in the Church Centre Hall at £2 per session (£1 for students). With the simple aim of getting together and getting fit as a church family and beyond. It is for those of all fitness levels to work out with new and old friends.
Church Coffee Shop at St MAry's Church, Basingstoke
Open weekdays from 10am-12noon during term time. We offer a variety of teas and coffees, snacks and home-made cakes...
Oasis Community Café at London Street URC
Open Mon -Thurs 10am-1.30pm
St Mary's Church, Basingstoke -> Link Up: 10.15am, Monday mornings, fortnightly, Coffee Shop. Ladies, you are invited for coffee & chat in a child-free zone.
Oakley Methodist Chapel -> Coffee Morning: Everyone welcome, bottomless coffee and biscuits, 50p10am -12noon
Saint Marks, Kempshott -> Tea@2, Tuesday 2 - 4pm
London Street URC, Basingstoke -> 3c's (Coffee, chat & company) 3rd Wed each month meeting in café area
Christ the King, Brighton Hill -> Tea @ 3 - 2nd Sunday afternoon of the month from 3-4.30 pm All welcome
St Paul's Church, Tadley -> Community Tea - Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 2.30-4pm - Tea and chat with people just like you, open to all, no charge - contact Richard 01189814860
Oakley Methodist Chapel -> Monday Club - meets Monday evenings 7-9pm
St Mary's Church, Basingstoke -> 25-39s is a group for young adults at St Mary’s. Whatever your background and whatever stage of life you're at, if you're aged 25-39, we’d love to meet you!We aim to get together two or three times a term and enjoy a variety of social events and also to have a network of contacts so we can do other things ad hoc.
St Mary's Church, Basingstoke -> S-40 PLUS Fellowship for people who are over 40 and living alone for whatever reason. Regular outings organised.
St John's Church, Hartley Wintney -> Naomi's Watch: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays at 9.45am to 11.45am | Church Hall 3
This is a christian-based group which welcomes women who live alone, whether they are single, divorced or widowed. Our aim is to provide a safe, friendly environment where we can enjoy spiritual nourishment along with emotional and practical support.