Church

Focussing on Christ, bringing people to Him and demonstrating His love

What's On

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Sundays

10:30am Morning Worship

  • A friendly, joyful meeting for all ages

  • Including 'Church & Chips' for children aged 3-16

5:20pm Prayer Meeting

6pm Evening Worship followed by tea and coffee

  • Times of worship, Bible study, sermons, prayer, testimonies and sharing, with music provided by the Band and Songsters

  • The first Sunday in the month is 'Come & Share' where you come and are invited to bring a reading, solo, song, drama... to share in the meeting

Weekdays

  • Monday

    • 7:30pm Life Group (Fortnightly)
    • 7:30pm Christian Film Night (Fortnightly)

 

  • Tuesday

    • 9:30am - 11:30am Parent & Toddler Church & Play
    • (Ages 0-5)
    • 7pm House Group (Fortnightly)
    • 6pm - 7pm Young Peoples Band
    • 8pm Senior Band
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  • Wednesday

    • 6pm Children’s Explorers Discipleship Group (Monthly for children aged 6-16)
    • 8pm Songsters
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  • Thursday

    • 12:30pm Luncheon Club
      2:15pm Home League
    • 7:30pm House Group (Fortnightly)
    • 7:30pm Corps Fellowship (1st in the month)
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  • Friday

    • 10:30am - 12 noon Women’s Life Group
    • 6pm - 7:30Youth Club
    • 6pm Messy Church  (Monthly)
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  • Saturday

  • 8:30am Men’s Prayer Breakfast (Monthly)

 

Community Centre, Charity Shop & Cafe

The Guensey Salvation Army Community Centre, Charity Shop and Cafe is situated on a different site to the Church

The Community Centre can be found in Nocq Road, St Sampson's, Guernsey

Community Centre Manager:  Sue Le Poidevin

Telephone 200216 (Centre & Cafe) / 200217 (Charity Shop)

 

The Community Centre was originally St. Sampson’s Salvation Army Citadel. The Salvation Army invested in renovating the centre to house a cafe and charity shop. There is also an additional room which can be hired for various events, subject to availability.

The centre is open Monday to Friday 9:30 am – 3.00 pm and Saturday 10.00 am – 12.00 pm.

Library - The Guille-Alles Library in St Peter Port have set up a branch library in the Community Centre, which is staffed by Salvation Army volunteers and is open on Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-12:30pm.  Books and talking books can be borrowed and exchanged on a regular basis.

Charity Shop - A continually-changing supply of good quality clothing, shoes, toys, bric-a-brac and books is available in the Charity Shop.  The prices are kept affordable and experience has proved that the charity shop is not just a place to buy goods – a listening ear is sometimes all a person needs – and the staff are aware, willing and able to provide this.

Café - The café is open Monday to Saturday each week serving a variety of low-cost meals and snacks.  There is a regular daily menu but specials are also on offer and written on the board.  The café seats about 40 people and is a place to find friendship, companionship and good food in a warm and inviting ambience.  A wide-ranging menu with a choice of dishes is available daily and homemade cakes are produced on the premises most days.

Crafters Hideaway - Tables are available for a small charge on Tuesdays to provide crafters with the opportunity to chat and craft and share ideas.  Please phone Sue Le Poidevin on 200216 for further information.

How to find us

The Salvation Army Church is in the North of the Island.  From the Vale Church, take the coast road to L'Islet.  At the L'Islet Cross Roads with the 'Food Hall' on the left hand side, turn right and follow the road past Melody Press and Houmet Lane, and The Salvation Army is situated on the left hand side opposite La Picquerel Estate

By bus, the hall can be reached on bus numbers 31, 32, 91 & 92 - which stop near to the hall, while busses 21 & 22 stop near the L'Islet Cross Roads

 

The Community Centre, Charity Shop and Cafe is situated in Nocq Road, just off the area of St Sampson's known as 'The Bridge.'  The centre fronts on to the Co-op

By bus, the centre can be reached on bus numbers 11, 12, 91 & 92

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Corps Officer

Major Claire Hill

Corps Officer

Major James Hill

Assisted by

Envoy John Mahy