Over the next few months, we will meet for our Sunday worship gatherings at 10:30am at the new Frankley community hub at 4 Arden Road. We hope to see you there!
Children have their own special Sunday School each week, following the music and sharing times in the main worship gathering. The kids get to hear a Bible story and typically have a craft / activity, snack, and supervised play time.
We hold prayer meetings throughout the year, usually on a monthly basis.
We also are sponsoring a Thursday morning Chill & Chat (& Christmas Craft-making) each week from 9-10. Prayer is offered during this session for those who would like.
Bible studies are held throughout the month. Men’s and women's studies meet on alternate Tuesday nights at 7:30 via Zoom. We occasionally hold joint Bible studies on a few evenings throughout the year. You are welcome to join any of these, as appropriate.
View the timetable here.
Due to COVID-19, this event is currently not running.
On the second Friday of each month, we hold a free games night for families in the community. It’s geared towards ages 8-16, but all families/siblings are welcome. Activities often include football or giant volleyball, Wii games, crafts, and free play with puzzles, cards, board games, etc. We also serve refreshments and have a special “God Slot” featuring a Bible story or brief teaching time.
View the timetable here.
We join with St Leonard’s Church each month to put on Messy Church after school at Holly Hill Infant & Primary School. Messy Church invites families to have fun (“get messy”) with crafts, games, and songs, while learning more about Jesus, prayer, and worship. Learn more about Messy Church here.
Our next Messy Church is 3 December.
Throughout the year, we collaborate with area churches in Churches Together B45 to offer Prayer & Praise evenings / afternoons to the community, focused on worship through music, Scripture readings, and more.
We are affiliated with Charis Alliance International, a global movement of churches. We partner with them to help meet physical and spiritual needs across the globe.
Frankley Grace Community Church is part of Churches Together B45. Throughout the year, area churches collaborate for events that are open to the community, such as Prayer & Praise evenings, Bible studies, Easter and Christmas events.
Frankley Grace Community Church is affiliated with the Fellowship of Churches of Christ. The FCC is a movement of the people of God: shaping missional churches, crossing new frontiers, impacting cultures.
Frankley Grace Community Church is a member of the Evangelical Alliance. The EA exists to unite Christians to follow Jesus, serve the Church, and see lives and communities changed.
Grace Church Shirley is our sister church that meets Sunday mornings at Light Hall School (B90 2PZ). They have Sunday morning worship services, Bible studies, and several other events open to the community.
Frankley Grace Community Church is a UK-registered charity no. 1161966. Our main goals are to help people discover a relationship with Jesus and to better the lives of those who come in contact with our church family, meeting both spiritual and physical needs where we can.