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Every Sunday morning from 10:30am to 11:50pm around 80 people meet to listen to the bible, pray and worship, during which provision is made for around 20 children.

Messy Play is a Parent/Carer toddler group for families with babies & Pre-school children.
It is held in the Cherry Hinton Baptist Church Family Centre (across the road from the main Church building)
Every Tuesday in term time between  9:15 to 11:15am.
Each session costs just £1 per child (no charge for siblings under 1 years of a paying child)

Messy Bible

Messy Bible aims to be a friendly, informal group where carers can come, with their pre-school children and babies and explore what the bible has to say about Christianity and support each other in putting it into practice.

Information about the Rainbow Credit Union is available at the information tables in the church building and in the Family Centre.

Our aims are
* to promote thrift and accumulate savings
* to provide access to fair credit with up to 42.6% APR interest on loans.  Lower rate is available to those who regularly save with the credit union.
* to offer support in the wise management of money to those who are in a vulnerable financial situation

Rainbow Saver Services include:
* Cheque processing at no charge
* Budgeting accounts
* Junior and “lock it away for Christmas” savings accounts
* Housing benefit, DWP benefit and wages processing
* A prepaid visa card for spending purposes
* A pay point card for savings and deposits
* Setting up community Group Accounts
* Free Life Insurance

Credit Unions help those people who for various reasons are financially excluded from having a bank account by offering a cheaper alternative to loan sharks, doorstep lenders and other predatory lenders.


Opportunities to read the Bible, pray and talk to other Christians are provided
*  Alternative Monday evenings 7:45-9:15pm at Wendy’s house - looking at the bible passage of the previous Sunday morning
*  Most Thursday mornings 10:30-Noon at Linda’s - looking at the bible passage of the previous Sunday morning
*  Most Thursday evenings 7:45-9:15pm at the manse (except the 3rd Thursday of the month) - Spring 2017 studying Joshua

Friday Friends LogoFriday Friends ActivitySince 2007 Friday Friends (see video here) has been a meeting place for 30 plus senior citizens.  The group meets weekly throughout the year between 1:30 and 3:30pm each Friday in the family centre.  Typically there is a craft table, a knitting table, a card table and a scrabble table.  The knitting table works tirelessly providing blankets and other goods for those in need.  There is tea and cake, a general knowledge quiz and a short epilogue, with a hymn and a prayer.  We have a speaker once a term and usually enjoy a trip out in the summer.  We also enjoy roast lunches at key moments through the year.  We welcome any retired person of all faiths and no faith.  We seek to build a caring atmosphere where friendships are developed which often extend beyond the group and can become supportive relationships which are significant if ill health or other difficulties arise.  We do all this with much fun and laughter.    

Youth Group FootballPool, Table tennis, Darts, Computer game

Youth Group aims to be an inclusive and safe environment in which children can enjoy a variety of social activities, so that they develop good relationships with each other.  We welcome all children, celebrating good behaviour and not welcoming behaviour which is hurtful.  

Youth Group is open to older Primary school and younger Secondary school children, every Friday in term time in the Family Centre from 6:30 to 7:40 (for school years 4-6) and 7:50-9:00 (for school years 7-9).  While the Youth Group is open most Fridays in term time, check Dairy for actual opening dates. The Youth Group is staffed by Christians in Cherry Hinton who attend a variety of churches.

Football, dodgeball and Unihoc in the floodlit car park give an opportunity for team games, and the tuck shop allows for sugar levels to be topped up.  Less strenuous games include table tennis, pool, darts, table football, computer games and board games.  There is always “something to think about” which takes a variety of forms, including themed games or informal discussion.

Each Sunday morning during Gathered Worship (10:30-11:50) there is a program of activities for children under the umbrella of Value Builders.  Currently Value Builders is separated between a younger group (children can be left without parents from about 2 onwards to 5/6 years old), a middle group (6-11 year olds) and a secondary school group (11-16 year olds).  Typically, there are between 6 and 10 children in each group.  We aim to share faith through games, stories, physical activity and craft activities introducing children to prayer, worship and bible ‘study’ through these means, having

There is a free-form prayer and praise meeting from 6:30pm to 7:30pm every other Sunday evening (see diary for details). During these meetings anyone present may contribute a scripture, a thought, a prayer and/or a song. Tea and coffee are served from 6pm

During the CHBC evening service we seek to focus on God together, and see where that takes us.
We tend to start with a passage of scripture, usually from the morning service, because this may have been brooding inside some of those present in the afternoon.

In addition to private prayer, there are opportunities to pray together every Sunday 9:30 to 10am in the main church building.  There is also a prayer partnership chain.


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