Fellaship - Men's Group
Fellaship is a men's group run by the men of Christ Church that focuses on enjoying activities and exploring topical and relevant issues that connect with men's lives today. It aims to build friendship and faith in a relaxed and informal atmosphere of social activities and get-togethers. One of the great strengths of fellaship is its diversity of membership, with its common foundation of men experiencing similarly demanding lifestyles. It meets for breakfast on a Saturday morning on alternate months, with a varied programme of social events and meetings. We also have a monthly meeting for prayer. We have enjoyed curries, quizzes and speakers on a wide variety of topics. Anyone wanting to get involved in fellaship or just wanting to keep up with what's going on, should contact email@example.com or Alan Dye via the Church Office.
Full English Men’s Breakfast
September 21st 8am - 10am
“Cure for Life”
David is an evangelistic Bible teacher who was appointed a visiting Scholar by ‘Reasons to Believe’ in Los Angeles. A popular speaker in universities and churches both at home and overseas, he has written widely on the evidence for the Christian faith and what being a Christian means.
Bernard went from Bedford School to Cambridge University in 1983 where he read Natural Sciences and he was then awarded an open scholarship to the Royal London Medical School. He captained the Tennis club and also took a year out to be the first student worker for St Helen’s Bishopsgate with the Rev Dick Lucas. His career was in general surgery with major interests in Surgical Oncology and Gastrointestinal Surgery.
He became a convinced Christian when an undergraduate in Cambridge and has been a Bible teacher since. He has been active in the Christian Medical Fellowship and is the author of ‘Cure for Life’, which has been translated into many languages. This book was originally written for his patients to try to answer their questions about the purpose of life but this book has since found a world-wide niche and has been translated into many languages. He was asked to help found Christchurch Baldock in 2000AD where he regularly teaches.
Bernard’s wife, Rosy retired from nursing when they had a family. They have four Christian children in Medicine, Design, Mission Work and Ministry. Bernard and Rosy now have 12 grandchildren whom he loves and longs to teach tennis.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up via the board
at church. Feel free to bring friends or neighbours to an entertaining meeting.
Suggested minimum donation £5.00 each (We need to know numbers by Thursday 18th for catering purposes.)
from L-R: Major General Tim Cross CBE; Brooklands Auto Italia Day; Sir Ian Blair; Justin Rees-Larcombe; Ven Ray Pentland (RAF); Rev Alf Cooper (Chilean Miners); Colonel Robbie Hall; Jean-Louis Kassis (LCM); Noel Fellowes (Killing Time); Tony Jarrett (Olympic hurdler)
Listen again to previous speakers
- Simon Allaby - “As good as it gets?
- Terry Brown of Prison Fellowship
- Simon Guillebaud - Simon is a renowned international speaker
- Jean-Louis - LCM
- Levi Santana - Does God have a Plan B?
- Shaun Lambert - Getting Sorted
- James Beaton – “Fit to Lead”
- Robin Oake QPM. MBE
- Colonel Robbie Hall QGM - “A Difficult Day at Work”
- Stephen Martin
- Justyn Rees Larcombe
- David McDougall
- Rick Woodward
- Peter Gladwin - Out of the Ashes
- Paul Valler – Author of 'Get a Life'
Fellaship - The European Tour - 'Passchendaele': April 2017
Fellaship - The European Tour 2 - 'The D-Day Beaches': April 2019