WE ARE FULLY OPEN AGAIN!
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Local MP visits Windmill Community Church
We have been meeting again in Church for a Service each Sunday at 10.30am but have temporarily stopped meeting in person- please see our"visit us" page for more information if you would like to find out more
A big "THANK YOU " to everyone who completed our community survey.We have received many great ideas and helpful comments.
Open Day at Henwood Road
We were delighted to welcome our MP Stuart Anderson to Windmill Community Church on 15th October 2021.Mr Anderson was able to meet those attending the coffee hub in Finchfield before visiting the Community Hub and Church Centre in Compton with the Church leaders
We enjoyed a great day on September 11th when we met with many local people at the building in Henwood Road which is now being refurbished
Great News! Little Windmills is back !This is a lovely play and stay session for 0-3s and will be meeting again every Tuesday from 9-11am at Windmill Church.Carers are welcome to come along and enjoy a drink and a chat while the little ones play.
Windmill Community Coffee Hub
Windmill Coffee Hub runs every Monday ,Wednesday,Thursday and Friday from 10.30 am - 12.30 pm . All are welcome so do join us for a Windmill Cuppa and enjoy the friendship experience.
Windmill Good Neighbour Activity
We are part of the 'Social Prescribing Network' run by Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council who refer lonely and vulnerable people to us. We have a volunteer team and a volunteer co-ordinator who makes arrangements for regular telephone calls and visits to local residents to combat loneliness. Many people in Finchfield are being cared for by Windmill volunteers and we are planning to repeat this in the Compton area.
Oak Hill, Finchfield Extension
The building extension is now complete and is used regularly.We are very grateful for the gifts we have received from individuals and grant providers. This will enable us to increase our community activities and hold several meetings at the same time. In addition to our many activities we are also planning to further our work with young people and elderly residents. It is important to us that the community are involved in all we do.
Henwood Road, Compton - Community Hub and
Following the success of our community hub and church in Finchfield we plan to provide the same for the residents of Compton. We have now entered into a 100 year lease with Wolverhampton City Council to take over the 'redundant boys club' in Henwood Road. Following 18 months feasibility work and help from The Church Growth Trust we have obtained planning consent for extensive improvements. Our church members have given a six figure sum towards the project and we will now apply for grant funding support. The work on phase one has started and further phases will follow as funds are secured. In addition to our newsletters to local residents we have also received many helpful comments in response to our community consultation survey which was sent to local residents recently.We are keen to ensure the community have the opportunity to be involved and have a 'place to belong'. Compton does not have a community hub or church currently and we are receiving much support from local people.
Windmill Community Hub and Church Centre