welcome to Highbury Congregational Church, Cheltenham
a place to share Christian friendship, explore Christian faith
and enter into Christian mission with Christ at the centre and open to all.
Sunday Services
10-30 and 6-30

Celebrating God's Creation
and the Call to Care for God's World
Our Harvest Weekend - September 23rd and 24th

Our Harvest Collection
is shared between our mission project to support our Children's Worker
and the charity we are supporting throughout September
The Shepherd Society in Bethlehem

Caring for the Needy in Christ's Birthplace
Since 1996 the Shepherd Society has been assisting struggling Palestinians in the West Bank with meeting basic needs such as food, utilities, employment and medical care. In 2007 our outreach extended to Gaza, and more recently to Syrian refugees in Jordan. The name "Shepherd Society" is a reference to Jesus, the Good Shepherd, who told his disciple Peter to care for his sheep.



Israel / Palestine ... What Next?

A Day Conference 
to mark the Centenary of the Balfour Declaration

On Saturday, 23rd September we hosted a Day Conference organised by Cheltenham Churches to mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration.  Recordings of the speeches can be heard on our website www.balfour2017.co.uk 





Speakers from each of the faith communities in Palestine and Israel

The Speakers

Dr Mustafa Barghouti, a Palestinian leader from  Ramallah
Robert Cohen, a leading Jewish dissident voice in Britain
The Rev Fadi Diab, Rector of St Andrew's Church, Ramallah
Alex Chalk, MP for Cheltenham gave a response


Explore - Tuesday evenings 7-15 for 7-45
a new pattern for the Autumn

Celebrating God's Creation and our Creativity
Tuesday, 12th  September
A Craft Evening
and
Encounters in the Middle East
women from the Bible encounter women in the Middle East today

Tuesday 19th September
What the Bible's talk of the end of the world has to say today
more encounters between women from the Middle East and women of the Bible

Tuesday 26th September
An evening of singing with Richard Sharpe

Community Cafe - Thursdays 10-00 to 11-30

Lunch - 2nd Wednesday 12-30

For children, families and young people

Sundays at 10-30
Next Messy Church - 26th September
Family Film Club
Hy-Tec on Sunday evenings
Hy-Speed - digital scalextric
Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Brownies, Guides

For more information see our current calendar (pdf)

For more information about the church 
phone 01242 522050
email admin@highburychurch.co.uk

for room bookings
phone 01242 520522

Our new web site is arriving soon!

Location


Highbury Congregational Church is at the top of Oxford Street, off the London Road. There is limited car parking at the church and on the streets around the church. The nearest public car parks are at Albion Street and at the Lido, both an 8 minute walk away. The church is a 10 minute walk from the town centre.