Hope Café

Hope Café is a space for our community to come and enjoy tea, coffee, homemade cake and time with friends, family and meet new people. 

You will receive a warm welcome from Joanne Ellis and her team of volunteers.

Hope Café is named as such because it is a place where you can find hope when you have none. We are happy to provide a pastoral listening ear to anyone who needs it. Some of our volunteers have been through training in pastoral care and our own Pastor Lee is happy to make himself available to listen and talk to you. 

When are we open?

Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:15 to 4pm (we are closed during lockdown at present)

What does it cost? 

£1 for drinks and cake with free refills on drinks (if you are financially struggling then it's on us - don't be embarrased to say so)

Are children welcome? 

YES! We have a soft play zone for little ones (children must be supervised by parents and carers at all times)

Where is it held?

The church is just by the Fire Station in the High Street. The cafe runs in our activity hall which is accessed through the second door down the left hand side of church.