In Our Community

Seeking to love those around us

As a church family, we love the community that God has placed us in, and try to find ways to bless and invest in it.

We have a long history of involvement in our village, and these are some of the ways we are working with and in Chalfont St Peter to demonstrate God’s love and welcome.

Unique Like You

Unique Like You is a creative café on the main high street in the middle of Chalfont St Peter. We serve great coffee and cakes, and also have everything you need to make some wonderful creations by trying your hand at pottery painting. Our hope is that as you create something unique that you will realise that you are just as unique as the piece you are painting. To find out more, including current opening hours, visit the Unique Like You Facebook page.

The Youth Centre

Gold Hill is an active supporter of the village Youth Centre, which runs club nights and events for the young people of our community and beyond. It is a safe place to come, be with friends and enjoy hanging out while playing sport and games or just chilling and chatting. Many of the volunteers who make the Youth Centre possible come from Gold Hill and it is a partnership we are very proud of. You can find out about the different club nights on our youth page here.

Gold Hill Care

Ever since a couple of people from Gold Hill in the 1960s felt God prompt them to start a home to care for elderly people, Gold Hill has been actively involved in care work. Gold Hill Care runs Rock House (a residential care home), Gold Hill Homecare (providing care to people in their own homes) and Graham House (supported living). We are so proud of our involvement with this important ministry, which includes chaplaincy and pastoral care, support to management and taking weekly services at Rock House. To find out more about Gold Hill Care, visit the website at www.goldhillcare.org.uk

Gold Hill Football Club

Gold Hill FC is our men’s football team. They train weekly, play matches in the Hertfordshire & Borders Churches Football League and organise socials too, welcoming both church members and others from our community. They aim to play football competitively but fairly in a manner that holds true to Christian values. To find out more about the football team, visit their website at www.goldhillfc.co.uk. – or get in touch.