Saturday 15th July 2017, 10.30am – 2.00pm
Watchetts Recreation Ground, Park Road, Camberley, GU15 2SR
With loads of free sports to try, music, food and competitions all in one place, you might be surprised at what you can do.
From tennis to Tae Kwondo, The Youth Festival of Sport is an opportunity to challenge yourself, your family and your friends to a variety of FREE sports.
Organisations involved include:
Camberley Rugby Club
Camberley Cricket Club
Frimley Lawn Tennis Club
Camberley Athletics Club
Camberley Football Club
Camberley Judo Club
Eikon Youth and Community Work
Community Youth Work Service
Surrey Heath Community Engagement Officer
Accent Social Housing
Kings International College
South Camberley Primary and Nursery Schools
Camberley Youth for Christ
St Mary’s Church and Centre
Surrey Heath Borough Council
On site parking is available for blue badge holders only.
Prayer and Praise – St Paul’s Camberley hosted a special Prayer and Praise service which brought the Churches in Camberley and Frimley together for an extended evening of worship. The evening was informal, relaxed and fun with Andrew Knowles providing a talk on invitation, Churches together and Alpha. Encouraging testimonies were provided by two of St Mary’s congregation about their personal Christian journeys and several events were spoken about where everyone will be able to invite someone along to.
The worship songs were modern and uplifting, made exceptionally special by the band who were brilliant. It felt like a music concert and the packed church really came alive to fill the Church with wonderful song.
Further details on future Churches Together events will be provided on our Events Calendar page, however if you want further information beforehand then please contact the St Mary’s Office by using our contact form.
The aim of Churches Together in Camberley (CTC) is to build better relationships and to play our part in building better relationships between different parts of the community, different nationalities living in Camberley, different churches and, above all, building better relationships between ourselves and God.