Rendezvous is a group that was set up to provide a place for people over 60 to meet together for company and friendship, occasionally we have a meal together and we celebrate members birthdays with a cake and a card. Sometimes we have a talk or a demonstration or make things, nothing very complicated, if I can make it anyone can.
We meet in the church lounge at 10.30am on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. The people who are involved in the running of the group are all members of the church, and we try to give a friendly listening ear to people’s problems, but most of all we have fun and enjoy each other’s company
On the 2nd Wednesday of the month the church has a morning Communion Service at 10am, which some members of Rendezvous attend.
People who need transport are collected and taken home by volunteers from the church.
We try to have a varied and happy program and it is a very relaxed place to be, with good humour and kindness being our main aim. People need to feel valued, especially when we get older and lonelier and the aim of our group is to be a place where people can make friends and know their worth.
We welcome you and your friends to our group in Jesus name and look forward to seeing you at one or many of our meetings.
We ask for a donation of £1 per person per session towards running costs.
New members are welcome and more details are available from the Church Office. Rendezvous is led by Margaret Lowe and her willing team of helpers.
Margaret Lowe 9626475
Mary Holmes 9696206
Transport Organizer: Irene Parker 9320977
Dates for Easter Term 2019
- 9th January Communion & Chat
- 23rd January Test your memory (Quiz)
- 13th February Communion & Chat
- 27th February Easter Activity
- 13th March Communion & Chat
- 27th March Preserve your Past for the Future
- 10th April Communion & Chat
A very Happy New Year to you all, we hope that you had a good Christmas and that you are looking forward to our Easter term. Not too sure how exciting this term is going to be, but I have tried to fit in something new and we can see how well it goes. The snowdrops in our pictures, are at Welford Park they just carpet the ground from the end of January, bravely standing up to everything the weather throws at them.