Weekly Activities

Mid-Week Prayer Meeting
Tuesdays 7:45 - 9:15pm
Open for All

This is a time to meet together in the middle of the working week, to learn from short Bible study sessions and occasional group discussions, and to pray together for matters of international, national, local and personal importance.

Prayer is the foundation of the Christian life and prayer meetings are the strong foundations of a healthy church.

We are often blessed to have missionaries visit us to bring compelling news of their work in the UK or abroad, to raise awarness of situations and to bring matters for prayer. These meetings are very encouraging and enable us to keep in good contact with churches worldwide.

For more information and to find out about upcoming missionary meetings, please call 020 8573 5200 or see John Lodge.
Little Fishes
Thursdays (Term Time) 9:45am - 11:15am
Parents & Tots aged 0 - 4

Little Fishes is run by members of Hayes Town Chapel whose aim for the group is to provide a friendly environment for both adults and children to meet, while being able to introduce you and your family to simple Bible stories.

The format of the group is as follows:
  • Free time for play and craft
  • Children have squash and biscuits/fruit (Adults have tea or coffee)
  • Bible story and songs
  • Pushalong play

We hope you will be intrestested in joining us at Little Fishes where you will be given a warm welcome. For further information, contact the church on 020 8573 5200 or contact Jasmine Doggrell.
Stepping Stones
Wednesdays (Term Time) 5:45 - 6:45pm
For all children aged 4 - 7

Bible stories, games and activities!
Junior Club
Wednesdays (Term Time) 7:00 - 8:15pm
For all children aged 8 - 11

Why not come along and join us on Wednesday evenings at Junior Club and bring your friends too? Each week we do a range of fun and interesting things including:

  • A short Bible talk and singing
  • Games - indoor and outdoor
  • Craft making and cooking
  • Other special activitiessuch as treasure hunts, bring me, games over the local park, bowling, quizzes, plays and much more!

It costs 20p to come and you can spend up to 40p at our tuck shop at the end of the evening. We also provide drinks through the night!

For more information contact the church on 020 8573 5200
Youth Club
Fridays (Term Time) 7:30 - 10:00pm
For all children in school years 7 - 11

As well as providing a safe, friendly and fun environment for young teens to spend a Friday evening, at Youth Club we share the valuable life lessons taught by The Bible.

The Youth Club has it's own website:

The evening begins at 7:30pm with a short lesson brought to the teens by an experienced member of the church leadership. There is time for open questions and discussion after each lesson.

From 8:00 - 9:00pm is games time when the teens are free to play board games, pool, table tennis, badminton, team games including volleyball, indoor hockey, handball and football. There is also a cooking lesson each week where the teens have opportunity to make treats for the rest of the Youth Club to enjoy later in the evening. During this hour we often small projects set involving craft and creativity for the teens to enjoy. Points are awarded for participation, completion and winning different activities. Prizes for the highest point scorers are awarded at the end of each term.

From 9:00 until we close at 10:00pm we all come together to watch a section of a movie which we cover over several weeks. Popcorn, soft drinks and the treats made by the teens are free to enjoy during the movie. After watching the section of movie, we have a quiz about the movie for which we also award points. These quiz times often turn into interesting discussions as we cover relevant issues brought up in the movie.

Award Points
Points are awarded for participation, contribution and excelling. Each member collects points throughout a term. At the end of each term we organise a trip or activity for the 4 members who've collected the most points. These trips have included an evening at a golf driving range, pizza & bowling, trips into London for shows or other attractions, and a trip to Thorpe Park to which we invited some older member that hadn't attended Youth Club for a while, in order to strengthen and continue friendships.]