Becoming involved in mid-week ministry
There are many ways of being involved in the mid-week ministry of St Alkmund's. Read on to discover more
The Odd Job Team
In a building like St. Alkmund’s there are always maintenance jobs that require attention.
There is a small group of handy people who offer their skills and time to keep the church and church grounds in good order.
If you think you can help in any way, big or small, contact the Churchwardens:
Mr John Stokes and Mr Philip Pettitt
Praise and Play
St. Alkmund’s Praise and Play meets on the second Friday afternoon during term time.
There is a dedicated team of people who welcome the children and their parents and carers, join in the worship and serve refreshments.
If you would like to help please contact
Heather Wilson or Rachel Hazlehurst.
St.Alkmund’s Church has an enthusiastic group of Baptism Welcomers whose job it is to befriend the families of young children who are to be baptised.
They visit the family in their home and help them to fill in the application form, attend the baptism and encourage the family to return to a Worship Together Service to be welcomed by the Church family and receive their baptism card.
Families really appreciate this welcome and support.
If you would like to be included in this team please contact Mrs Anne Monie.on 01948 663069
Guild of Service
Guild of Service team members polish pews and clean brass plaques, candlesticks and collection plates in St. Alkmund’s Church.
There are 8 teams which work on a four monthly rota, doing two hours a fortnight every four months.
Every team would welcome additional volunteers so that every team has eight members. Some polishers and cleaners arrange to do their "duty" together on a Friday morning. Others fit their "duty" in when they can.
St.Alkmund’s is open every day between 10.00am and 5.00pm
For further information please contact Mrs Sue Wainwright.
Individuals and organisations mentioned on this page can be contacted via the Church Office, 01948 665413 & email, email@example.com