Café church is a new type of service at St Bartholomew’s.
As the name suggests, it’s less like a traditional church service and more like having an informal meeting in a café.
The first café church is on Sunday 4 September 2016, and it will be on the first Sunday of every month after that.
What happens in café church?
We meet in the church hall, from about 9am when we start serving breakfast. The service starts at about 9.30am, and we’ll continue serving breakfast until we wind up around 10.15am.
Each week there will be a different topic up for discussion, using slides, film clips, and sketches. You can join in one of the small groups or just sit and listen, whichever you prefer.
You can also get up and take a break when you need to, maybe help yourself to something to eat and drink – toast and jam, croissants, bacon butties, teas, coffees and so on – whenever you want.
You are welcome!
Like all our services, café church is open to everyone. It’s an open and welcoming space, whatever you do or don’t believe about God, Jesus or Christianity, whether you go to church often, never or occasionally, however long or short a time you want to stay.
It’s also a family-friendly time, with activities for children to take part in.
Come along, find out more
We hope you can make it – it would be good to see you there.
If you’d like to know more about café church – or anything else about the church – please get in touch:
- by phone on 07980 358252
- using the contact form: click here for the contact form.