A giant Drive-in Nativity screening at Weymouth Park and Ride on December 15th, 16th and 17th.
Face covering, name and contact details (or QR code available) are required for entry.
St Ann's Church is open on Sunday afternoons ... more details.
St Ann's Church is open for Wednesdays for private prayer 10 till 11am.
St Aldhelm's Church Centre is considering bookings for after this current lockdown - do contact them on email@example.com or telephone 07541 574653
St John's Church ... more details
St Mary’s Church is open for prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays 11am till 2pm.
Radipole Churches - St Aldhelm's and St Ann's
YouTube - youtube.com/radipolechurch
Facebook - www.facebook.com/radipolechurch
Instagram - www.instagram.com/radipolechurch
Twitter - www.twitter.com/radipolechurch
St John's Church on You Tube (St John's Church Weymouth)
St John's Facebook - www.facebook.com/stjohnsweymouth
Ask Elliott for a registration form - email
Join in a time of worship as the united church in Weymouth and Portland, last Sunday of each month. The next Refresh Praise Zoom will be on Sunday 29th November at 7pm when Jonathan de Kretser will be leading. email for zoom meeting details.
The Nest, a social supermarket is due to open soon. They are looking for volunteers.
Safe Sleep 2021
Safe Sleep will be happening again this winter but as you can imagine it will look very different to previous years. We will be looking to help a small number, maximum of 6 verified and identified rough sleepers. Planning is under way so that every aspect of SS can provide a Covid secure environment for everybody concerned. A number of churches have been asked if they would each commit to cooking and delivering evening meals.
Food Bank Hub Supervisor
Weymouth Foodbank is in a time of transition. There are now three food banks, Weymouth Baptist Church, St Francis Littlemoor and Westham Methodist Community Centre, working out of a central hub on the Granby. Volunteers are always welcome.
Refresh in collaboration with Weymouth Town Council are launching two exciting, new projects: Chat2gether and Pen2paper under the wider Keep in Touch scheme. The projects aim to connect those who have been socially isolated due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chat2gether scheme involves a weekly telephone call between a small group of individuals, offering support and friendly interaction. The groups will be of no more than four people and the calls will last approximately 30 minutes. The scheme is open to everyone and will provide an opportunity to make new connections, particularly as many social events and activities are currently being cancelled. Sign up is completely free of charge and can be done over the phone.
Volunteers to facilitate the telephone calls are also needed. This is a great way of giving something back to the community and can all be done from the comfort of your own home! We're looking for people who have excellent listening skills and can commit to a 30-minute call on the same day and time each week. Training and support in this role will be provided. All you need is a phone!
All volunteers and participants will be protected using an external telephone system so that no personal telephone numbers need to be exchanged. (Calls are charged at a standard rate and are included if you have free minutes.)
The new Pen2paper scheme is for individuals that would like to receive a card or letter in the post. This will be offered on a fortnightly basis and participants will have the option to write back if they wish to, though there is no obligation to do so.
This scheme will also be carried out in a safe way, with no exchange of addresses. All letters will come to a central base and be sent from there.