The Forefront Carol Service is at 6.30pm on Sunday 18th December in Chard Guildhall, and it’s open for all to join us. Please remember, though – we won’t have a morning service!
It was a busy week for caroling singing. A group also went to St Gilda’s for a short Christmas Service. A good time had by all. Happy Christmas to staff and residents at St Gilda’s.
A group of us visited Snowdon House last week for a spot of carol singing. We really enjoyed it, we think the residents did too! Thanks for inviting us!
Here are the Forefront Christmas service details…
Forefront Centre was open yesterday evening as part of Chard’s Halloween “Trick or Treat” town centre event. Offering fun activities around the theme of light and hope, Forefront aims to portray a healthy and positive alternative to the increasingly dark and commercial aspects of Halloween. This year, we used World Vision’s ‘Carve-A-Heart’ campaign materials to […]
We’ve posted the last of our Through The Bible In A Year guides, with readings which have been tailored in part to match our sermon series. This sheet gives you the November and December readings.
Members of Unite, the Friday night youth club at Forefront Centre, “carved a heart” on Friday for a fun and inspiring national campaign to create symbols of hope for children living in fear. Photos of some of the pumpkins were uploaded to the World Vision web page where the campaign is hosted. Picture: Dean Holling
A team of eight, six from Forefront, are hard at work in Alcala, near Madrid, Spain, this week, working with youth, re-painting a drop-in coffee shop, introducing a ladies support group to some crafts, and generally supporting the local church and our long-standing friends Ken and Alison Barrett in their work. Click here for a […]
Thanks to everyone who popped into Forefront Centre on carnival night to say hello and to all who took part in our free competition to guess how many buttons were in the jar. We had guesses ranging from 68 up to 100,000! The actual number of buttons was 174, and Georgina Doeller came closest with […]
Uplyme Gospel Singers, who delighted audiences in the region with vibrant performances last year, are presenting “Music For The Soul”, a concert of traditional and contemporary “Gospel music and more” at 7.30pm in Holyrood Academy main hall on 24th September. With vocal music spanning African, American and British sources, a number of powerful soloists and […]