Our main activities are:
- Livingstones bookshop which is run by an independent trust but has volunteers drawn from all Fleet churches. Fleet is one of the smallest town to have a Christian bookshop so it's a privilege to have a shop with the vision of being a "Light on the High Street". For more information, please see their website.
- Church on the Heath, the Local Ecumenical Partnership on the new and growing Elvetham Heath estate. The partnership is between Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed churches and the church was founded in 2000. This estate was in the news as having the highest household income in the country and is indicative of the challenge in bringing the gospel to able, middle class, self sufficient people.
- Fleet and Crookham Churches Together in Schools (FACCTS) - Employing two (part-time) schools workers and marshalling a band of volunteers to work in schools, this is run by a separate trust, allied to Scripture Union, under the oversight of all the churches.
- Hart Foodbank. As part of the Trussell Trust Christian charity, the aim is to demonstrate God's love for all in a practical and tangible way by providing emergency food parcels. Please see hart.foodbank.org.uk for more information.
- Fleet Angels - formely known as Fleet Town Centre Project - is a night time intiative to bring peace to the High Street and the love of God to those out late at night, both customers and those at work.
- Christians Against Poverty - budgeting and money management training (if interested in a course, please email our lead trainer on email@example.com).
- Anna Chaplaincy - We aim to meet the spiritual and pastoral needs of the elderly, particularly those in care homes, their families and carers. This project embraces the good work done by each member church and adds to it.
- 2030s - A group for young adults in their 20s and 30s that meets regularly for Bible study and social events (contact Jason Riordan at firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Fleet Men Together - breakfast, chat and a speaker on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
- In partnership with Fleet Town Council, a Christmas lunch for those who would otherwise be spending Christmas day on their own.
- Women's World Day of Prayer
- Christian Aid week
The church ministers meet regualrly for fellowship and prayer.