Church Clubs


3 f’s Club

This is3flogo a recently formed club for Fun, Film and Fellowship. The club meets in the Chapel on the third Wednesday afternoon of each month at 2:00pm. The film may be a classic. modern, drama or comedy. Refreshments, fun and fellowship will follow afterwards in the Concourse.

All welcome.


Men’s Group 

mens_groupThis group meets on the third Tuesday of every month from September to July. We have a regular attendance of around 15 members and often exceed 20 for some activities.  We endeavour to provide a variety of events that will involve our range of ages and interests. These include a variety of presentations by speakers, as well as petanque in June, a BBQ in July and a New Year’s dinner in January.  We always try to organise one outside visit such as the Hog’s Back Brewery in Tongham and the TAG Farnborough airport.

If these activities have whetted your appetite or you simply fancy good company, you are very welcome to join us.

Future meeting dates are provisional at this time and will be confirmed nearer the time.  All are evening events (except where indicated), times vary, to be confirmed nearer the time:



Monday Lunch Club 


The Club meets every Monday at 12 noon, when people gather on the ground floor for a chat before going to the hall upstairs for a two course lunch.  A good time of friendship and fellowship is had by all ages.  The cost is £4 and there is no need to book in advance.





This group meets every Monday evening on the ground floor from 7.30pm, except for bank holidays and the occasional ‘night out’.  Anyone bringing a craft is welcome; individual projects have included cross-stitch and tapestry pictures, patchwork quilts, knitting, even mending.  If you want to try a new craft but don’t know how to go about it there will surely be one of us who can put you on the right path.  We have even given a Turkish au pair an evening’s instant tuition in patchwork.  Teamwork in the past has produced quilts for national exhibition, a group of kneelers for the Naomi House children’s hospice and a quilt for the Phyllis Tuckwell hospice, as well as felt stockings for the High Cross Christmas offerings.

Patchers is fun, productive friendship and you’ll meet people from inside and outside High Cross. There is no pressure to come every week, in fact it is a great joy to welcome old friends as well as delight in getting to know new folk.  If you don’t feel like ‘working’, then just come and chat.  Follow the noise of laughter to the group who meet where there is no closed door.


ramblersThe monthly rambles have been happening for 21 years.  In each year some 50 people take part, with an average turnout of about 13. The rambles are typically of 5½ miles and range far and wide on Sunday afternoons. There is always a break for refreshments.  The rambles exercise the mind as well as the body and provide a stimulus for conversation and fellowship in all weathers.

More details from Geoff Line on 01276 471378.

The dates we are meeting in 2017 are: (all at 2:15pm)

February 12th, March 12th, April 9th, May 14th, June 11th, July 9th, August 13th, September 10th, October 8th, November 12th

If you wish to join us frequently then please give your email address and phone number to Geoff, so that you can be contacted if the weather forces cancellation.




This is a social group for ladies, which meets for chat from 8.30pm on the third Thursday of each month at Wetherspoons in Camberley.  Join us earlier at 7.30pm if you’d like to curry first (other main meals are also available).


This is a group for men, which meets for lively discussion from 8.30pm on the first Thursday of each month at Wetherspoons in Camberley.   Join us earlier at 7.30pm if you’d like to curry first (other main meals are also available).

Banner Group


This is a small group of people who meet a few at a time when there is a banner to be made.  The harvest banner was the first to be made and the design was a joint effort, but the others have been based on ideas from individual members.



Wednesday Club

The Wednesday Club started at least 30 years ago in the Camberley Methodist Church, originally meetings on a Wednesday evening.  On moving to High Cross, many of the Church meetings were also held on Wednesdays, so we kept the name but now meet on the first THURSDAY of each month.

We are an informal group – mostly ladies of all ages, but the men join us for some events.  We usually meet in members’ homes and most of our evenings involve food of some sort; barbecues, salad supper, take-a-way meals…..  Once a year we hold a fund raising event for our chosen charity.

About half our regular attendees are High Cross members and we all enjoy our evenings of food, laughter and fellowship.

High Cross Sports’ Club

Every Tuesday 7:00pm to 9:00pm: Come and pit your skills against Yo!

7:00-8:00: Badminton

8:00-9:00 Table tennis

All welcome!

Hats Pantomime

The HATS Pantomime - Oh Yes It Is!The Hats (High Cross Amateur Theatrical Society) has been performing an annual pantomime since 2005.

Our aim is to have fun, produce a spectacular performance and raise money for local charities. We have raised over £30,000 since we began.

We have a thriving chorus, currently split into juniors, teens and adults and this year welcomed a new dance troupe from LT Dance to join us.

We welcome new recruits both on and off the stage. No experience necessary. More details here.

In 2017 Hats presented “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, written by our very own Phil Mann and had six sell out performances to enthusiastic audiences.

Breaking News: Our pantomime in 2018 will be Sleeping Beauty and we are still looking for chorus members (aged 8yo+) and three main roles:

If you are interested please email or call or text 07936 570687 before 17th September 2017.

The available roles are:

Princess Aurora – The principal girl. She is a strong-willed down-to-earth and practical princess. Not in any way helpless. Must be able to pass for 18 and sing, act and dance well. 

Prince Florin – The principal boy character. Brave as they come, bright and enthusiastic. Must have a good singing voice and be able to move well. Male or female.

Queen Myrtle – The archetypal nagging wife of King Harold. She certainly wears the trousers in their relationship whilst often being the voice of reason out of the two of them. Older female

Our 100 strong cast and crew of all ages have been entertaining audiences of 200 at each performance for the last 12 years. During that time we have raised £40K for local charities.      @hatspanto

Ask at the Church Office or The Hats for more details.