OWLS (older, wiser, livelier seniors) is a club for anyone aged 60 and over. We meet on a monthly basis for a social time together, either in the church hall or out and about in the locality. As well as a cuppa and the chance of a chat, we have a varied programme of guest speakers/entertainers and trips out. Events in the hall normally run from 3pm to around 4.30pm.

Transport can be provided for events away from church premises – or, indeed, if you need help to get to the church hall.

All 60+ers are welcome, whether connected to the church or not. If you are on your own, come and make some new friends.

Upcoming OWLS events:

  • Friday 26th April, 12 noon onwards: The Red House. We visit The Red House (National Trust) in Bexleyheath for a guided tour of the house and grounds that were once owned by writer and designer William Morris. Light lunch in the cafe there to follow the tour.
  • Monday 13th May, 3pm in the church hall: My South African adventure. Mrs Yvonne Parfett comes to tell us about The Winnie Mabaso Foundation, a South African charity helping orphaned children (especially those with HIV), for which Yvonne has raised funds and acted as a short-term volunteer at the foundation’s site in Johannesburg.