We have a God given vision to be at the heart of the Ryde community. As such we are constantly and obediently seeking to grow in worship, discipleship, service and outreach to all people in Ryde and surrounding areas.
We have an active Boys’ Brigade and Girls Association Company and this has grown and developed other ministries such as drums/band and puppets – the latter taken into residential homes and other churches across the Island.
We’d love to see you at any of the events, you will find a genuine warm welcome. From Monday – Saturday there is one-hour limited parking from 8 am to 6 pm outside of our premises - but there are two council car parks on Victoria Street. However, there are no parking restrictions on Sundays.
Contact: Mr Ian Preece, 01983 563521
There are currently no upcoming events at this church.
To find other events please visit our main events page.
- Bible Study / Home Group
- Monday at 3pm Westfield Park Fellowship
- Tuesday 7.30 pm Nomads House Group (telephone 883911)
- Thursday 10.30 am Prayer Fellowship
- Thursday 6.15 pm Bible Study in Church Quiet Room
- Boys’ Brigade
1st Ryde Boys Brigade Company meet on Monday evenings in the Church Hall. Anchors and Juniors, aged between 5 and 11 years, meet from 5.30 pm to 7.15 pm. The Seniors and Adult Section meet on Friday evenings from 5.30 pm to 7 pm.
For all enquiries please contact Janet Partridge on 07974 514239
Coffee morning every Saturday 10 am to midday, everyone welcome.
We are an active member of the Ryde churches together group, please visit their website to see upcoming events, www.rydechurches.org
"Pitch up @ the pub", first Friday of each month at the Fleming Arms in Binstead starting at 10.30am to 12. Come and join us and make some new friends.
Lunch Club is held in the Church Hall on the first and third Wednesdays of the month starting at 12 noon. All are welcome!
Spring Fair Saturday 6th April 10-2pm. All welcome. Stalls and refreshments.
Easter Eggstravaganza Saturday 13th April 10-4pm All Welcome. There will be an activity corner for children. The display will remain in Church until after the Easter Day service.