Feig is a church community in the city of Gloucester and we are seeking to know and follow Jesus Christ as a community of friends. We create space to listen to God, one another and those around, as we do this we expect to discover the resources for a transformed life.
Feig has been connected with the Cathedral for a number of years and we view this amazing building at the heart of Gloucester as a ‘Holy Playground.’ We gather for worship & other events in the Cathedral regularly as well as meet in homes around Gloucester. Our hope is that Feig is Good News within our city.
Here you will glimpse some of our story and get a sense of who we are and what we are about. You can find out what our gatherings look like, where we meet and contact us.
We look forward to meeting you. If you want any further information about who we are and what we are doing, please get in touch.
A new take on Feig Feasts- FEIG BRUNCH
One of the joys of a growing community is the fun of having a mix of adults and children. We love our FEASTS and so we wanted to share the fun in a way that could include the young and older who are connected with us. So we are introducing FEIG Brunches.
Our first one will be on Saturday 25th May 9.30am-11am in Gloucester Cathedral: The Chapter House. There will be a coffee lounge space with coffee, tea, pastries and the weekend papers, all to the backdrop of chilled tunes.
We are hoping to have a bouncy castle for the children as well. You don’t have to have an invite but do drop us a line if you are coming so we have enough coffee.
For the next few Sunday’s we are revisiting our values as a community, looking at what our ‘Calling Cards’ are as a community.
A new(ish) home for our blog
Posterous is being closed down and so we have moved the blog back to its original home on blogger. Click on the blog titles to the right or visit our blog here.
A great start to the Spring Term
We had a great Lent, with a chilly but fun Feast and also a fantastic Pause space- go to the events page to see some pictures. The space, called ‘The Road Less Travelled’ was inspired by David Runcorn’s Lent Talks. We managed to record them and they are on our media page.