Royal Free Singers
Christmas Charity Concert with the Royal Free Singers
Bluebell Club
Windsor Night Shelter

Church-Run Activities

Bluebell Club

The Bluebell Club is a social club for seniors.  It meets every Monday morning at 9.30 am apart from bank holidays.  Activities include craft, bingo, speakers, and outings to the Theatre Royal and other places of interest.  Refreshments are served during the morning.  There is a small weekly subscription to help with running costs but the Church will help individuals with this in cases of hardship.  Anyone can join and people don’t need to be a member of the Church.

Monday Group

The Monday Group meets once a month on a Monday afternoon.  A programme of discussions and outings is organised.

Time for Peace

Tuesday 1.00 to 2.00 pm Time for Peace.  An opportunity to get away from the world outside during a lunch break.  Do nothing, read, meditate, talk to our steward – its up to you.  Our Minister is also usually available if you would like a private chat about personal matters 

Thursday Coffee Mornings

We are open from 10.30 until 12.00 every Thursday for tea, coffee and chat.  All are welcome to join us.

Bible Study

Bible study is led by our Minister every other Thursday at 2.30pm.  During the pandemic we are sharing Bible Study online every week. 


Externally-Run Activities

ME Trust

The Church houses the registered office of the ME Trust, a UK charity dedicated to helping those with ME/CFS (myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue symdrome).  Further details of their work can be found here.

Royal Free Singers


Royal Free Singers

Every year around the beginning of December we host a charity Christmas Concert in conjunction with the Royal Free Singers (RFS).  With a choir in excess of 40 voices the RFS perform an excellent selection of new works and old favourites.  Refreshments are provided during the interval by Church members.  The concert is free to enter and last year around £600 was raised for charity from a retiring collection and a raffle.  The Concert is unlikely to take place this year due to Covid restrictions. Click here to be taken to website.

Windsor Night Shelter

We were one of a group of Churches in Windsor to host the Windsor Night Shelter for homeless people during the winters of 2018/19 and 2019/20.  We hope it will be able to resume once the pandemic is over. Click here to be taken to website.

Opiate Substitute Clinic

The Church hosts a regular clinic run by an NHS doctor and his team aimed at prescribing opiate substitutes to Windsor’s homeless community.

Berkshire Family History Society

The BFHS meets on a Tuesday evening once a month for those wishing to learn more about tracing their family history.  Speakers talk on a wide range of topics and there is an extensive library of useful books and magazines to borrow.  The BFHS is not meeting at the Church at present due to Covid restrictions.  Further details of BFHS can be found here