Get connected with St. Mary's - join one of our Groups

SQuaD

SQuaD (3 to 13 years)

The SQuaD meets every Sunday during the Morning Worship and Communion Service (with the exception of the 1st Sunday of the month). They leave church during the service and return at the Peace. The time in the hall is spent with a few moments all together, and then forming groups for discussion and activities with a leader and a helper.

YuF

YuF (14 years plus)

YuF meet together twice a month after the morning service as Youth understanding Faith (YUF). A theme is followed but there is also an opportunity to examine current issues raised by the members. The YUF group also on occasion meets with other church groups for services, social events and outdoor activities such as camping. Youth Alpha is incorporated into the programme or offered separately.

ClubZone

ClubZone (10 to 14 years)

This is a nightclub held approximately 8 times per year on a Saturday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. It consists of a professional disco in the main hall, and a space to chill with refreshments and play PS3 games. This event provides a safe environment for young people to relax and enjoy themselves, mainly staffed by the Church.

 
Ozone

Ozone (Secondary School age)

Ozone is a youth club run most Friday evenings for secondary school age young people providing a place to chill and play table-tennis and table football etc.

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St. Mary's Men's Group

This is a Group for Christian and not yet Christian believing men to meet and get to know each other, and God, better.

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St. Mary's Women's Group

We meet every two months to provide the opportunity to get together for support, fellowship, to share ideas about faith and to serve Christ in the local and larger community. We aim to provide a varied programme for all ages and we welcome guests at all of our meetings. Our annual membership subscription is £12 and for guests we ask for a donation of £3.

 
St. Mary's Church, Byfleet

St. Mary's Home Groups

It is a particular strength of St Mary's that we have a number of thriving Home Groups. A good Home Group can be both nourishing and stimulating - they start and end with a prayer and in between a passage from the Bible is read and discussed. If you think this may be something for you and want to know more, then speak to the Rector to find out first hand how Home Groups are helping many in the heart of our parish.