What is Repair Hub?
This is a project aimed at introducing repairing and recycling skills across household items. The project seeks to repair and restore items that would otherwise be thrown away in land fill.
We seek to repair – hoovers, bikes, lawn mowers, small electrical items, furniture. You name it – we’ll seek to repair it!
We are not repair professionals and welcome a contribution toward any replacement parts that are needed.Repair hub is on Spacehive - a funding platform for ideas that bring local places to life. Please support us with your comments, likes and pledges for donations, no matter how small. Every little bit makes a difference.
Volunteer repairers and fixers always welcome.
We also collect and prepare for reuse unwanted tools and equipment which are donated to Tools with a Mission supporting trades overseas.
We meet every Thursday Morning 9.30am – 12noon at the church.
Listen to a Service
The latest recording can also be found near the bottom of our home page where there is a player that can be used to listen to it or you may download it to listen to later.
From our Foreign Correspondent
See an account of John Lancasters 2018 visits to India here.
Follow Johns latest mission trips to India and see more pictures of the people and places he visits by joining Johns mission trip to India on Facebook.
Why not join us for a snack? Lunch is served every Thursday from 12 noon to 1 pm in the Church Hub following the Coffee Hub. With lovely fresh food, all are welcome to come and lunch together. Donations towards the cost are invited.
The Repair Hub
This is a project aimed at introducing repair and recycling skills across household items to our local community.
Volunteer repairers and fixers always welcome at our sessions.
We meet every Thursday Morning 9.30am – 12noon at the church. See our Repair Hub page for more details.
Tool Box Project
Do you have any spare tools or craft items? We are collecting them for Tools With a Mission. See the list on our Tool Box Project page for details of what we currently need.
Can you knit, crochet or sew?
The Springfield Stitchers need help with various charity projects. If you would like to help or, if you would like to learn to knit, crochet or sew, or if you have unwanted wool or haberdashery (buttons, zips, thread, fabric, sewing machines) please pop along to find out more.
The Springfield Stitchers meet at “The Coffee Hub” every Thursday 9.30 till 12.00 at Springfield Park Baptist Church. Contact Alison for more information.
As a church we believe in the power of prayer and that it makes a difference in situations and circumstances. We are part of Chelmsford 24-7 Prayer, joining with Christians from across our City to pray for the things God lays on our hearts. Please follow this link for more information about how you and your church can get involved: https://chelmsford24-7.org/. Plans for the near future at Springfield Park involve the setting up of a new prayer space and prayer walks around our local area. Watch this space for developments.
Come to our coffee drop-in on Thursday mornings from 9.30am to 12 noon. All welcome for free coffee, tea and a chat.
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