Polbeth Harwood Groups
The Jam Club meet every Sunday morning at 11.15 when we join the church congregation for our children's talk. Afterwards we meet in our very own room upstairs in the church where the children hear more bible stories and then have fun playing games or taking part in a wide range of crafts. All children are welcome.
Ladies at Home
Although we do not have a Ladies Guild at Polbeth Harwood Church we regularly visit other church Guilds in the surrounding area. We return their hospitality on an annual basis in November when we invite the ladies to our church.
Meetings are held bi-monthly on the second Wednesday of the month in the church hall at 7pm.
Finance and Fabric Committee
Our finance and fabric committee work continually to ensure that our church building is kept to a high standard. We are very proud of our building and the facilities we can provide to the community as a whole. This does not come without running costs and it is thanks to our hardworking finance committee that we have the funds to maintain this.
Our Spring Fair and Christmas Fair are very popular with the community and are well attended. Our Spring Fair is on the second last Saturday in May and our Christmas Fair is on the last Saturday in November.
We have a Beetle Drive 3 times a year where our members can have fun, make new friends and raise money at the same time.
Our thrift shop which is open on the last Saturday monthly is attracting a regular customer base. This is a new venture and word is spreading that there are great bargains to be found.
Our Jam Club leaders hold a fundraising lunch on a regular basis. This is held after morning worship when the congregation have the opportunity to relax and chat whilst enjoying a roll with either bacon or sausage. Dates of the next lunch are advertised on the website in advance.
We welcome all requests to hire our halls for local clubs and have a regular income from groups who love our facilities.
Our pastoral care group's main focus is on visiting our elderly and housebound members in the community. If anyone is ill, they will arrange a visit to their home or hospital. Our congregation will keep the pastoral care group informed of any visits which would be appreciated.