Forefront at MY this Sunday

Don’t forget, as the culmination of our Staycation weekend, we will be at Monks Yard, Horton Cross, for our Sunday morning meeting this week. Anyone who was planning to join us at Chard Guildhall is very welcome to join us at Horton Manor instead. (Call in advance if you’d like help with transport.) As much […]

Leading questions

We’ve updated the leadership page … find out how Forefront leadership works, and who to go to with a question. Members can find ministry leaders, Life Group leaders, trustees, staff and the leadership team through the contact sheet, and anyone can get in touch at Forefront Centre.

Life Group review

Much of the pastoral, social and spiritual life of Forefront Church takes place in our seven Life Groups, which take place across Chard on different week nights. We invited members to meet together on Monday night for a “20,000 mile service”, to test our assumptions and make sure they are still firing on all cylinders. […]

Staycation at Monk’s Yard

  Please come and join us for a fun weekend at Monk’s Yard. This is a weekend of opportunities… …for prayer and worship Time to pause and sing on Saturday morning, a praise celebration in the evening, and a combined service with Monk’s Yard Church on Sunday morning. …to give back “Love MY” will be […]

Easter at Forefront

Celebrate Easter with us at Forefront. Coffee Morning Easter Special –  Wednesday 28th March, 10.45am at Forefront Community Centre – Quiz, drama,songs and words explaining the meaning of the Cross followed by lunch – soup, rolls and hot cross buns. Everyone is welcome! Good Friday Walk of Witness – Members of all Chard churches will gather […]

Screen challenge #3

How is it going with your screen wisdom challenges?  On Sunday, Laura and Phil asked, “How do I know I’ve got real friends?” You can hear their conclusions on the Sermon Audio page of the website. Meanwhile, they left us all with the challenge which the 180 folk tried last week – “Make time to […]

Twiddling for Cairo

Forefront members and friends knitted and sewed ‘twiddle-mitts’ for elderly Cairo residents in cognitive decline and sent them through our resident friends, Emma and Ben. Designed to give recipients fun things to fiddle with, in a way which maintains physical and mental skills, the need for mitts was met by 15-20 crafty knitters.   Pictured: […]

Screen challenge #2

Here’s the challenge we were set on Sunday morning after Jo spoke on “I’m too busy, but what am I achieving?” Achieve a new ‘screen balance’ this week. Ensure the number of hours you spend doing something “good and virtuous” (however you define that … Bible study, prayer, talking to your family, visiting others, exercise […]