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Fellowship Groups

Friends with Jesus, friends with one another.

Fellowship Groups meet throughout the year and you are warmly invited to join one.

Fellowship Groups run at different times and on different days of the week and are an opportunity to really get to know, and support, other members of the congregation. 

Contact Rev'd Kate Moore if you'd like to know more about the groups on offer and what they offer:

Tuesday Evening Fellowship Group (meeting online)

The group will resume our meetings on Tuesday 19th September, at 7.30pm, on Zoom. We usually meet fortnightly.

We will be beginning an engaging new video-based series on St Paul's letter to the Christians in Rome, presented by Andrew Ollerton.

Further information about the course is available here: 

Newcomers will be very welcome.

For Zoom joining instructions please speak to Peter Dilley after the 10.30am Sunday Service, or email: 

Wednesday Afternoon Fellowship Group

Currently the only in-person fellowship group meets weekly on Wednesday afternoons 2pm to 3.15pm.  It meets in the home in Felsted of the joint leaders Susan and Gervase Vernon.
The group is currently studying Bishop Guli’s book on Jesus’s last seven words from the cross; ‘Cries for a Lost Homeland: Reflections on Jesus' sayings from the cross’.  You are very welcome to join this group.
Please contact the Cathedral Office for details on how to join.

Wednesday Evening Fellowship Group

Our large and lively group meets on ‘Zoom’, on alternate Tuesdays at 7.15 pm for a 7.30 pm start, and ends by 8.45 pm. We begin by sharing news and praying for one another and the Cathedral, before we study God’s Word together. After an introduction of some 10 minutes; we split up into breakout groups where people can be open with one another, before we report back to the group as a whole and then end with prayer.

Thursday Evening Fellowship Group

Sue Hawkings runs a fortnightly Thursday evening group via zoom, for more details email Sue.

Sue has recorded a short clip on how she became involved in Fellowship Groups.