Because of God’s love for everyone, we welcome all and together we aim to:
Love and worship God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit;
Love and serve: in our church, in the local churches, in our community and in the wider world;
Live out and spread the good news of Jesus Christ.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the government’s advice many of our regular activities are still cancelled. Some activities are gradually returning. Please contact us if you have any questions.
To replace our Sunday morning gatherings we are producing a weekly home worship sheet. Click here to go to Worship Resources and find the sheets and some more that might help you during this time.
Regardless of your background, whether you attend church or not, have a faith or don’t, we are here for you. If you wish to talk to someone on the phone, please call. Any practical needs? Just let us know. And, if you would like to send us your prayer requests, or would appreciate the opportunity to pray with someone, do not hesitate to get in touch.
Rev Remco van den Heuvel; Telephone 01296 622354, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once a month we have Messy Church. This involves crafts, a story, songs and a meal together and it is for all ages. At the moment we meet online on our Facebook page and when restrictions are lifted we look forward to meeting in person again. The Messy Church dates for 2021 are:Sunday 10th JanuarySunday … Continue reading Messy Church
Wendover Free Church invites you to our Crib Festival. Following the success of CribFest 2018 at the Wendover Christian Centre and St Anne’s church, Wendover Free Church are delighted to announce that CribFest 2019 is in the making. On Friday 6th of December from 15.00 to 18.00 and on Saturday 7th of December from 10.00 … Continue reading Crib Festival 2019
First time in Church? First of all, you are very welcome here! Being welcome means you can come as you are. You don’t have to dress or act in a particular way, or ever have been inside a church before. Part of what makes Wendover Free Church is that we come from many different traditions. … Continue reading First time in Church?