Regular Events

Regular  events at SBC.  Please keep checking here to see what's happening. If you have any queries about the events listed here, please feel free to contact us.


Join us every Monday afternoon from 1pm

Renew is a safe, open and welcoming space to come into. Whether you’re OK or not OK.

We’re here every Monday afternoon (except Bank Holidays) from 1-3pm.

Some call it ‘Jigsaws and Jenga’.

You can bring a hobby or activity to share if you wish to.

Or just drop in for a chat.

Come for a listening ear, or just for some time-out among others.

All welcome. Tea, coffee and biscuits available (no charge).

Free carparking. Level access and accessible toilets.

There’s an optional prayer time at 2pm for any who wish to attend.

And there’s always someone available for individual prayer.

Here are some things people have said about their experience of Renew:

‘It’s OK to bring your own thing to do, or not’

‘I come to meet people’

‘I feel safe’

‘You know you can come in and someone will notice if you need that little bit extra’

‘It’s successful in being what it says – that it’s ok not to be ok’

‘Someone is always available to listen’

‘We keep coming back’

‘Nice to be included’

Dwelling Place

Join us on first Friday of the month  between 09:30  and 14:30 pm

Are you looking for somewhere to meet up with friends on a Friday? Try the Dwelling place for home baked food, relaxed atmosphere and friendly service. If you find yourself on your own, pop in for a chat - you will find someone to talk to and share a coffee with. You can also browse items hand crafted, available to purchase.


Look forward to seeing you soon

Craft & Chatter

Craft & Chatter

Join us on first and third Friday's of the month  between 10  and 12 noon

The Craft and Chatter group meets every first and third Friday mornings at The Dwelling Place from 10am – 12 noon. Anyone is welcome to come and enjoy good company, chat and refreshments while crafting and exchanging ideas. Activities currently on offer are knitting, crocheting, embroidery, tapestry and colouring or bring your own project.
Members have made Fiddle Muffs which have been given to homes catering for people suffering with dementia. They have also made fabric bags, fabric activity kits, puppets, scarves, hats, hair bands, mittens, hats, bangle bags, pencil cases, purses and knitted bags for the Christmas shoebox appeal.