Fifty-Plus Fellowship

A Fellowship

'Come and meet each other', might be one way of saying what happens at the Fifty-Plus Fellowship. And there’s a chorus you might hear sung there:

          ‘It’s a good time to get acquainted .....

          Goodbye that lonesome feeling,

          Farewell worldly care .....’

What Happens?

We meet each Thursday for an hour that proves entertaining and informative. It includes a short devotional slot and singing. There are occasional outings.

Light refreshments (tea and coffee) are served from 1.00pm. The meeting starts at 1.30pm in the community hall.

The Fellowship comes under the leadership of Major Chris Sebbage.

There is a different speaker or special guest each week.  

Click here to see some recent Fifty Plus photographs.

Can I come?

Membership is open to all enjoying the later years of life – it is not exclusively for members of The Salvation Army. We won’t even ask you for proof of age. There is a modest membership fee.

Click here for the weekly programme.

For further details you can contact us directly or use the message facility contact us

Here's a poem written by Sally Long,  a member,

 Updated August 2015