What is Tuesday Fellowship?
The church has been running a vibrant group on Tuesday afternoons for many years, with lots of visiting speakers bringing God’s message in a relevant way. The meetings are also a time to catch up with friends over a cup of tea, listen to new ideas from speakers, as well as finding out about the child they support in Africa.
What We Do
Meeting at 2:15pm, the session starts with tea, biscuits, and a friendly chat. At about 3pm the group have an informal meeting with a range of different speakers presenting topics such as ‘the Food Bank’, Asia Link, and ‘Send a Cow [to Africa]’.
The Tuesday Fellowship also have several social events throughout the year, such as Christmas Dinner parties, Salad Teas & Garden parties.
The group also support an 11-year-old boy from Uganda through the Truan Trust, whom they write to and hear from regularly.
Speakers & Events
View our upcoming speaker schedule, and add our special events to your calendar.
04/04/2017 : Graham Hadfield
25/04/2017 : Sue Hammond
02/05/2017 : Joan Sacky
09/05/2017 : The Catherine Bullen Foundation
16/05/2017 : Salad Tea
23/05/2017 : Marguerite McCann
30/05/2017 : David Quinn (Asian Link)
06/06/2017 : BMS Team
13/06/2017 : Stella Lee
08/08/2017 : Garden Party
12/09/2017 : Rob Hughes
17/09/2017 : Derek Carpenter
26/09/2017 : London City Mission
03/10/2017 : Ruth Hadfield
10/10/2017 : Stuart Devonish
17/10/2017 : Beacon House
24/10/2017 : Val Bocking
31/10/2017 : Dexter Slater
07/11/2017 : Bring & Buy
14/11/2017 : Rachel Campos
21/11/2017 : Colin Tucker
28/11/2017 : Josie Grinham
05/12/2017 : Christmas Dinner
12/12/2017 : Carol Service
Tuesdays @ 2:15pm, hosted at the West Mersea Free Church
A free, weekly activity held in the Worship Hall at West Mersea Free Church.
There is no cost to attend, but the group occasionaly hold events, such as ‘Bring and Buy’, for which cash will be required.
Links to Organisations we Support
Assistance is available for those who are unable, or may find it difficult to reach or access the church, such as the elderly, those unable to drive, or people who find it difficult to walk long distances. In these instances, please contact us.