Activities

Throughout the week, we have a variety of groups meeting up. We’d love to see you at one!

Noah's Ark Ages 0-5

Noah’s Ark is a toddler group and we welcome all carers and their 0-5 year old children. There are Bible stories, singing, crafts, play and refreshments.

Come along from 9.45 – 11.15 a.m. on Wednesday or Thursday, during term time.  There’s no waiting list and the group is free of charge.

You can also find us on Facebook.

Contact: Rachel de Jong (07866 677707) or Lydia Collier (07786 566411)

Sunday School Ages 3-11

Children aged 3-11 years are welcome at Sunday School from 10:00 – 10.45 during the 9:30 a.m. service. All children meet together, under the leadership and supervision of an adult team to pray, sing and do Bible quizzes before splitting into age-specific classes. Within these, there are Bible stories, activity sheets, and optional memory verses to learn.

Contact: Dave Nash (07954 588067)

Explorers Ages 5-11

Explorers takes place during term time.  It is on Fridays between 6.15 – 7.15 p.m.

The children are told Bible stories and participate in crafts, songs, games and other activities.

Contact: Rebekah James (07476 341959 evenings)

Holiday Bible Club Ages 5-11

A week of activities, for Primary age children (reception to Year 6) including songs, crafts, games, quizzes and bible stories.  The week is usually either just before or just after Easter.  The date of the next Holiday Bible Club will be in the events section.

Contact: Ed Collier (07791 068317)

Park + Ages 5-11

During the summer holidays events take place in Endcliffe Park from 10:30 – 12 noon. The mornings include songs, quizzes, games and bible stories for children aged reception to year 6.  Mums and carers with younger children are welcome to join with others in a creche area.

The dates are published each year before the start of the school holidays in the events section of this website.  A banner is also displayed on the railings of the Park.

No registration is required.  Just come along and join in the fun.

Contact: Walter Scott (07803 231183)

YAWN Ages 11-16

Youth At Wycliffe Night (YAWN) is for those of secondary school age. We meet on Fridays during term time from 7.30 – 9.30 p.m.

We study the Bible to see what God has to say to young people in the 21st century. We also have as much fun as possible, with games, crafts, quizzes and food.

Contact: Ben Harding (07980 063568)

Y7-9 Ages 11-14

A discipleship group for those in school years 7 to 9.

The group meets, during term time on Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m. and is followed by a light tea.

Rachel Greenslade and Sangeeta Bhangra are the group leaders.

Different venues are used so check the events page for the location of the next meeting.

TNT Ages 17+

An occasional group for those aged 17 to early 30’s for topical discussion with a biblical perspective and time for fellowship and food.

Contact: Ed Collier (07791 068317) or Ben Harding (07980 063568)

Student Time Students

We meet on Sundays during University term time at 4.45 – 6.15 p.m. Usually at Wycliffe Church but venue varies – please check.

Join us for tea, toast, cake, chat, prayer and Bible teaching for everyday life. Our aim for the group is to support students during their time at University so that they would be “rooted and built up in Christ” (Colossians 2:6-7).

Contact: Mike Thewles (07806 714971)

International Students Students

International students are welcome at all of our meetings and we also run special events for international students during the academic year.  These give you the opportunity to meet British people, experience British culture, or learn about Christianity.

Each September we run international food, games and music evenings to welcome new students. Throughout the year we also have occasional events based on British cultural events or seasonal themes.

We also offer short ‘Christianity Explained’ courses for students who would like to find out more about Jesus Christ and the Bible.

Contact: Peter Sherwood (07954 417178)

Café Live All Welcome

On the last Thursday of each month, we take over Caffè Nero (277-279 Ecclesall Road) from 7.30 – 9 p.m.

It is an opportunity to buy a coffee, and maybe some cake, and then chat, listen to live music and a short comment on a current event from a Christian perspective.

Contact: Anna Daniels (07817 697258)

Women at Wycliffe Women

Women at Wycliffe is an opportunity for the ladies of the church to meet to encourage one another, especially in the matter of living out their faith, and to hold evangelistic events to which they can invite their non-Christian friends.  Women at Wycliffe meets approximately six times a year. It is coordinated by a small group of lady members of the church.

Upcoming meetings will be indicated on the events calendar.

Contact: Rita Tanner (07858 423958)

Ladies' Meeting Women

We meet, at the church, on the second and fourth Monday of each month, from 2:15 p.m.

We study the Bible together and support and pray for each other. A creche can be arranged if required.

Please check the events calendar for the date of the next meeting.

Contact: Mary Thewles (07504 335543)

In Mind All Ages

This is an informal and relaxed drop-in for those of all ages who would appreciate friendship, support and encouragement.  It is especially for those who experience loneliness, exclusion, troubled thoughts, anxiety or who struggle with social interaction.

Currently we meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. at Wycliffe Church.

We provide a coffee bar, opportunity to talk, a library of useful resources, a quiet room,  and a range of optional activities.

At 4 p.m. we have ‘Pause for Thought’ which is a short Bible reading on a helpful theme.

No charge is made for this activity and the refreshments are free.

Contact: Gerald Tanner (07851 252578)

Tuesday Club Seniors

Senior citizens and their friends are welcome on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, from 2.30 to 4 p.m. Tuesday Club is held in the lower hall of the church, with stairlift access.

The meeting begins with drinks and chat and a light-hearted quiz, before we sing, pray, hear a Bible reading and listen to a short Christian message. Following this, afternoon tea is served: a good chance to discuss the message or catch up with friends. There are usually between 20 and 30 in attendance, and the group loves welcoming newcomers. Some transport is available if required.

Contact: Susan Barker (07943 282677)