Sunday Services


Sunday Services are usually held at 10:30am Morning Service and 6:30pm Evening Service.

All are welcome and, in addition to a Crèche, we invite all 2-14 year olds to share in our Jesus & Me (JAM) Junior Worship and Sunday school classes, which are held elsewhere in the building during the latter part of our morning service. Our church operates a ‘Safe to Grow’ policy with regards to all its children’s and young people’s groups.

Usually, once a month we share together in a full family service in which our children and young people stay for the entire morning worship.

Prayer Breakfast


A Prayer Breakfast is held in the cafe area at the front of Church at 7:30am every Saturday morning.

All are welcome to come and share in time of fellowship and prayer at the start of the weekend.

Homegroups


Home Groups give people an opportunity to meet with a smaller group (typically 6-10) in the home of a Church member. Each small group has elements of prayer, Bible study, discussion, socialising, support and encouragement, but every group has its own identity and emphasis. Run by Home Group leaders, they are an excellent way to make deep freidships whilst growing in faith.

Home groups operate at various venues and times during the week. See the weekly notice sheet for details of times and venues.

Youthwork

TBC run wide range of groups and activities for all ages of children. Please see our dedicated Youthwork section for details of all our Sunday and mid-week groups.

Ladies Circle

Ladies of all ages are invited to join with the Ladies’ Circle each
Wednesday at 2pm.

Come along and share in a time of worship and fellowship with other ladies in the area.

Fellas

Fellas has been described as ‘a grown man’s youth group’.

Every Tuesday between 12-3pm Fellas open the doors, get out table tennis, pool, darts and other games and enjoys some friendly competition. People bring lunch and the kettle is always on. All men are welcome. Sessions are £2 and this covers drinks and ensures that we keep all the equipment up to date. So why not come along and enjoy a game or two at Fellas.

Contact names: David Potter and John Andrews.

Footloose

Footloose (formerly the Active Retired group) arrange trips, walks and social events for anyone of retirement age who wishes to meet with like minded people. Events are usually advertsied via the Church Notices.

CTIT

Thatcham Baptist Church is part of the Churches Together in Thatcham group and regularly hosts and supports events with our fellow Christians throughout the town.

See the CTiT website for further details of forthcoming events.