The Church is the people and the people are part of the Community of Brownsover and the surrounding area. The Church aims to serve the Community of which it is part. Click start on the video above to see some photos of community activities.
If you want to use the Church building, please contact Brian Clare 01788 842411 for details and to make a booking.
Here are some of our Community activities:
"Teddy Bears" - A toddler group on Wednesdays 9 -10.45am during term time. Booking is required. To find out more and book your child in, please join the Facebook Group "Teddy Bears Toddler Group Rugby"
"Teddy Minders" - Similar to Teddy Bears, except for children in the care of professional child minders. Meet on Mondays 9.45-11.30am during term time. Contact details to be added.
Brownies - Brownies are 7 to 10 year-old girls part of the Girlguiding organisation (https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/what-we-do/brownies-7-10/) who use our church building for their meetings. Contact // for more details about the Brownies.
Rainbows - Rainbows are also part of the Girlguiding organisation, but younger than Brownies - 4 to 7 year-olds - https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/what-we-do/rainbows-4-7/. We are pleased to have them use our church building too. Contact // for more details about the Rainbows.
Brownsover Community Garden - Liz and her team of volunteers have turned a piece of unused land behind the church into a Community Garden for the whole community to enjoy. A place where you can sit and reflect, or chat with others, and where children can play. Officially opened on June 3rd, 2022 during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee holiday. The Garden has its own Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/Comtog
RAF Air Cadets (RAFAC) - The Reverend Captain Peter Bone is Chaplain to the 29F Rugby Squadron RAF Air Cadets. https://www.raf.mod.uk/aircadets/ for more details about RAFAC
Table Top Sales - continuing in 2023 the church is hosting monthly "table top sales" giving the community an opportunity to pass on no longer needed items to new owners at good prices. A very reasonable table price and entrance price makes a few pounds for church funds which feeds back to the community.