Special Events

Saturday, 25 November, 7:30-10pm

THE GREAT BANSTEAD PUDDING BAKE

An event for women with guest speaker Emma Scrivener, the author of 'A New Name' and 'A New Day'.  The evening will also include a quiz and light refreshments.

£9 per person (includes pudding ingredients, pudding bowl and refreshments).

Please bring with you: apron, peeler, mixing bowl, wooden spoon, chopping board, and a small sharp knife.

Let us know which pudding you would like to make (traditional or gluten free) when you book your place via the church office (01737 361313 or office@christchurchbanstead.org)

 

Thursday, 30 November, 5-8pm

BANSTEAD HIGH STREET CHRISTMAS EVENT

We will once again be opening up our car park to join in with the Banstead High Street Christmas Event.  There will be Christmas biscuit decorating for children, free hot chocolate and popcorn, carol singing, and opportunities for people to stop and chat.

 

Saturday 2nd - Sunday 3rd December

COME AND SING! GOSPEL CHOIR WEEKEND

For all who love to sing! No experience necessary - all abilities welcome (ages 16 and over). Join us for a fun weekend learning some gospel songs as an impromptu choir, and finding out some more about the history of gospel music and its links with the message of the Bible.

The weekend consists of an intense (but fun!) all-day workshop on the Saturday (09:30 - 17:00), and an afternoon rehearsal and evening service on the Sunday (16:00 - 20:00). The choir will be singing the songs they have been learning in the service on Sunday evening (18:15 start), so do invite others to come and support you on the Sunday too.

It is completely free to take part. There is no charge. To register your place, please click here for more information and a booking form.

For more information, contact the church office (01737 361313 or office@christchurchbanstead.org)

 

Saturday, 16 December, 4.00pm

COMFORT AT CHRISTMAS

Christmas is often an acutely painful time for those who have lost loved ones. This year we are having a service on Saturday afternoon, 16 December, to bring the comfort and strength of the Lord Jesus to the bereaved. Both believers and unbelievers are welcome and the service will be suitable for anyone bereaved and those who support them. 

The afternoon will start with tea and cake at 4pm. The service will run from 5-5.45pm and be reflective in style. As well as carols and a sermon there will be poetry and a time to specifically remember those we’ve loved and lost.