25 November 2016 a post by Bruce Stanley

Open Sky Forest Church

Open Sky Forest Church is a gathering of people who want deeper connections with God, nature and each other, taking inspiration from the natural world around us to lead us into worship, community and action.

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We meet monthly, on the second Sunday, on the beach, in a park or woodland, in or around Brighton, for some creative worship (broadly in the Christian tradition), some food and some conversation. We may meet at other times, too. We want to be open, welcoming and hospitable as we experience the hospitality of creation under God’s open sky. We are family-friendly, dog-friendly and, hopefully, just friendly.

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Hi, I would be interested in your gatherings, and would like to know more.  Also would single people be welcome as well as families?
Thank you.

#1. By Coral Raven on July 05, 2017

Hi Alex

We took a group pf people from our church community nLondon to the New Forest last Sunday to join with the NFFC and had a wonderful time. We were hosted by David Cole who was very welcoming and accommodating to us

We are in a time of transition as a church community and are currently looking to experience God in different ways.

I was just wondering if it would be possible to join with the Brighton Forest Church community either in October or possible sometime in the New Year,. I am not sure how many will sign up, but last week we took 15 people , and I suspect the number will be similar if not slightly more

I look forward to hearing from you


#2. By Des Figueiredo on September 12, 2018

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