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Revd Rob Burles
01279 870214

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Regular activities

Sparklers

For pre-school children with their parents or carers

We sing, listen to a Bible story, say a prayer, enjoy a craft activity, have a snack and play with toys

Monday mornings, 10 - 11.30am (except bank & main school holidays)

We usually meet at Takeley Community Centre, South Road, in the main Takeley village

Next Meetings: Oct 30th; Nov 6th, 13th (no meeting during the half term holiday)

For details contact: Rob Burles 01279 870214 / [email protected]

Come along, you'll be most welcome


Housegroup

We meet to study the Bible, pray together and encourage each other

Thursday evenings, 8 - 9.45pm (usually weekly during school term times)

Meetings are held at The Rectory, Takeley

Next meetings: Oct 19th; Nov 9th, 16th, 23rd  (no meetings on Oct 26th and Nov 2nd)

For details contact: Revd Rob Burles 01279 870214 / [email protected]

Come along, if you want to grow in your faith


Choir

Helps to lead the worship at Holy Trinity each Sunday


Men's Group

We have a monthly meeting for men, with discussion & fellowship

Next meeting: Nov 14th

For details contact: Hugh Mascetti 01279 879341


Grapevine

Our monthly magazine, with church and community news

Delivered free to all the homes and businesses in the parish - circulation is 2,600 copies, 10 times a year

'Grapevine' is now also available online, click here to read it


School Assemblies

For details contact: Revd Rob Burles 01279 870214 / [email protected]

Roseacres Primary School

Our Minister takes a weekly assembly on Monday afternoons, using the 'Big Bible Storybook'

Takeley Primary School

A small team of church members take a weekly assembly on Wednesday afternoons, called 'Open the Book'

Our volunteer story-tellers use drama, mime, props, costume - even the staff and children themselves - to present Bible stories in ways that are lively, engaging, informative . . . and great fun for everyone

Our team is registered with the national 'Open the Book' initiative