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Drift Road Evangelical Church

Summary

Drift Road Evangelical church offers a warm and friendly welcome. Our Sunday services have a traditional format of songs, prayer and bible teaching. After the service there is time for a chat and tea, coffee and biscuits are provided. Services are for public worship, which means they are free and open to anyone, Christian, enquirer or just curious. We use the New International Version (NIV) bible, Mission Praise song book and SongPro for projection of words and images.

The emphasis of the church is on knowing God through his word the bible and his son Jesus Christ. We aim to grow in our knowledge of Jesus and in our love for him and for others. And it's too good to keep to ourselves! So our aim is also to share the Good News of new life through the death and resurrection of Jesus with anyone and everyone.

We meet in a modern, warm, comfortable building with excellent facilities for disabled and able bodied alike.  There are wide doors, ramps and a dedicated toilet for wheelchair users; a hearing aid loop system and large print bibles and song books are also available. We have parent and baby crèche room for use during the services with a selection of toys and books. The service is relayed in audio into this room. There are also baby changing facilities and a free car park.

During the week the children and young people meet on a Tuesday for games, craft and bible teaching. On Thursday evening the prayer meeting and bible study provides a further opportunity to understand and discuss God’s word as well as a time of open prayer. 

The monthly Saturday coffee morning is an informal time to meet, talk and enjoy coffee and cakes - all free of charge.The Neighbourhood policing team will also be at the church for a beat surgery so come and meet them too.

Special events throughout the year include a summer barbeque, harvest supper and thanksgiving service and Christmas and Easter celebrations. A ladies walk and supper is held monthly during the months with lighter evenings.

Very popular Senior Citizens teas take place on occasional Sunday afternoons. There is a tasty buffet of home baking followed by hymn requests and a short bible talk (see our website for details of the next one).

 Sundays, Children's groups - Tuesday 5:15pm (ages 6 - 11 and ages 11 - 15 seperately), Thursday Bible study and prayer meeting, Coffee morning - First Saturday of every month (10-11.30am).

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Contact details:

Pastor Paul Kimber: 023 9259 5956

Address:
51 Drift Road
Clanfield
Waterlooville
Hampshire
PO8 0NH

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Meetings:

Days: Sundays, Children's groups - Tuesday 5:15pm (ages 6-11 and ages 11-15 seperately), Thursday Bible study and prayer meeting, Coffee morning - First Saturday of every month (10-11.30am).
Times: Services Times: Sunday 11am & 6.30 pm, Thursday 7.30pm
Frequency: Weekly, children's groups during school term time only, coffee morning (1st Saturday in month).

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