Our location on the High Street gives us a great opportunity to be part of the wider Crowthorne community. We aim not only to be in the physical heart of the village, but to make CBC 'the' heart of the village.
The Ark pre-school operates in the church hall Monday to Friday in school term time.
HopeZone and Zone6 - two after school clubs - take place once a week in term time. These have now moved to Crowthorne Methodist Church in anticipation of our move off-site whilst building work takes place in 2020.
Crowthorne Good Neighbours desk operates from the church foyer on weekday mornings to organise transport (e.g. for hospital appointments, etc.) for those who need it.
Citizens Advice Bureau has an adviser in the church on alternate Friday mornings between 10am and 12 noon to deal with problems. Dates for the current quarter are: October 4th & 18th, November 1st, 15th and 29th and December 13th.
We support Crowthorne foodbank and currently have a drop off point in the foyer.
Helping the Environment
At the moment we are collecting used postage stamps, trigger spray heads and milk bottle tops. (Please note that we cannot accept other types of bottle tops.) The stamps are in aid of the Bible Society and the milk bottle tops currently go to a still birth charity called Isabelle's Trust.
Churches Together in Crowthorne (CTC)
Churches Together in Crowthorne involves the Baptist Church, Methodist Church, St. Sebastian's (Anglican), St. John's Parish Church (Anglican), St. James Finchampstead (Anglican), Church of the Holy Ghost (RC) and the Wokingham Vineyard Church.
Coffee shops are held at the Methodist church on Tuesday mornings and the Baptist Church on Thursday mornings. Money raised from these is given to various charities.