We have a Clevedon Baptist Church Seniors group on Facebook which you can apply to join.
Monthly event for seniors, so that we can come together for good news and good times. A varied program of music, readings, people's stories, video clips, songs, something to interest everyone, including a thought from the Bible, followed by tea and biscuits. Designed with those 60+ in mind, but everyone very welcome.
Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line. The line, which is available 24 hours a day, has been set up particularly with those unable to join church services in mind.
On the first Wednesday of each month we hold a Senior Citizens’ Luncheon Club. For a modest price, we provide a hot, nourishing two course meal. This is followed by a short epilogue with Christian content.
For more information please contact us.
A Dementia Friend is someone who understands a bit more about what it’s like to live with dementia and the little ways they can help. From being more patient in a shop queue to campaigning for change, every action counts. Dementia Friends is an Alzheimer's Society initiative. To find out more visit the Dementia Friends website or contact Helen Pedder.
Care Home Services
For several years a small group from CBC has been leading a short service in some local care homes. This ministry is much appreciated by those who choose to come. Six of us now continue this ministry, usually on the first Thursday of each month. Alvony and Winash are the main homes visited, with Mount Elton at festival times. We spend time talking to the residents, sing favourite old hymns, pray and take the message of God's love with a short talk and Bible readings.
Craft group meets on Friday mornings from 10.00am - 12.00pm. It is open to anyone in the community. At this time there is a restriction on numbers attending. If you wish to come for the first time, please contact Anne Owen on 01275 791056. At the moment the crafts being done are knitting, crocheting and sewing, but we are happy for people to do other crafts. Much of what we make is distributed to a variety of charities, but members also make items for themselves or family and friends.