Connect Groups

Connect Groups

Information about all our connect groups is below. You are most welcome to join in one of your choosing.

Just email mentioning the name of the group you would like to join.

Castelnau Group

Monday: 8 pm @ Holy Trinity Church, Barnes

We meet for supper at Church (7:45 pm). This term
we will explore the gospel of John together. We
love to talk, get to know each other, share
encouragements, have fun and pray. Periodically
we also gather for Sunday lunch or a walk along
the river.

Led by Kate Chalker-Wye

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Health Care Workers

Meet twice a term (flexible)

If you work in the health/allied health services join us to eat, drink, pray and be encouraged by folk who understand your day-to-day! Please contact Pete for details.

Led by Pete Darkin

A Psalm & A Pint

Wednesdays 8-9:30 pm @ The Rose of York Pub, TW10 6UP

We meet to study a Psalm every week and find the honesty of the Psalms reveal a lot about who the Lord is and ourselves, too. There is food at the pub for those who want it, and we always have a good natter and try to pray for each other at the end too!

Led by Simon Klein

Mortlake Group

Wednesday 7:45-9:45 pm @ Grosvenor Gardens

We are a new group and plan to meet both physically and on Zoom for food, study, prayer and to encourage each other. We are kicking things off on Zoom (given we have a few of us with little ones) and Oct 6th will be a chance to gather and talk through the term.

Led by Andries and Madeline Louw


Thursday (Term time only) 10 am – 12noon @ Holy Trinity Church Hall

We are a group of women who want to grow in their love for God and others. Over coffee and croissants, we reflect on God’s love through Bible study, prayer, meditation and fellowship. ‘Reflect’ is informal, relaxed and friendly. A warm welcome is guaranteed and everyone is encouraged to be themselves. This term we will be looking at the ‘Living for Eternity’ course.

Led by Sue Lucas and Sally Buckwell

“not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another.”

Hebrews 10: 25