We are a congregation numbering between 20 and 30 at the Sunday morning service which meets at 9.30am. We have moveable comfortable chairs, organ and projection facilities. Provision is made for children in the service — there is no separate group. Currently we have one regular family. Tea and coffee are served after the service while we share with one another. Our strength is in our friendly atmosphere and care and support for one another.
We have a charity coffee morning on a Thursday from 10 to 12 midday each week and host a Fairtrade coffee morning on the first and third Saturdays of the month with an extensive range of goods. We support Andover Food Bank and Shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
On the third Wednesday of the month at 3pm we have a Ladies United meeting which draws people from across the churches. The meeting has a devotional element normally followed by a speaker appealing to a wide range of interests. Men are also welcome at this meeting. There is also an ecumenical meditation group.
The Church is currently going through an envisioning process to help discern the way forward for the future. This includes the building which we are seeking to adapt to serve the vision.
There is a monthly news sheet which can either be collected from the church or received by email. If you would like a copy please contact one of the stewards.
The Chapel is set back slightly from the road and has parking for four cars in front. On street parking is available in Winchester St and there are currently no parking charges.
The current minister is the Rev'd Rachel Borgars.