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Walk 1 - Godstone Walk: Saturday 11 February, meet 12.30pm Godstone
A 4.5m circular 2-hour walk set in acres of glorious countryside within the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, finishing the walk with refreshments at the Bell Inn, Godstone. Leader: Uday Patel
Walk 2 - Happy Valley, Chaldon and the North Downs: Saturday 11 February, meet 10am Coulsdon Common
Circular walk of around 5 miles via Happy Valley, Chaldon and the North Downs. Expected to take to two and a half hours. Some hills and likely to be muddy in places. Refreshments: at The Fox at the end of the walk. Leader: Andrew Coleman
Walk 3 - The Haycutter Oxted trail near Surrey: Saturday 18 February, meet 10.15am
This is a 3-mile circular walk (1.5 hours) which starts from the Haycutter pub which is in South Oxted, Surrey. The walking route leads you through stretches of meadows and woodland, visiting an old mill, a lovely church and a beautifully-kept golf course along the way. You will have views to the North Downs and also across the Sussex and Kent countryside to the south. The walk would take about one and a half to two hours and afterwards folk have the option of having refreshments at the Haycutter. Getting there: Oxted is located about 4 miles south-east of Junction 6 on the M25. The walk starts and finishes at The Haycutter pub on Tanhouse Road, south of the town. If you are coming by car, the pub has its own large car park. Approximate post code RH8 9PE. Pub. Leader: Trevor Goodchild
Walk 4 - The Box Hill ramble : Saturday 18 February, meet 10am Dorking
5 miles of untold pleasure - stunning views - encouraging conversations. This is not a walk for the faint hearted or overconfident Arsenal supporters. An opportunity to climb - slide in mud - traverse the mini waterfalls - talk to cows - descend the heights - all in excellent male company. Can you afford not to be there! Refreshments: Lunch at the Stepping Stones pub, Westhumble Street, Westhumble, Dorking RH5 6BS) - near the conclusion of the 'walking experience’.
MEN'S MINISTRY MISSION: To help PBC equip and disciple men to lead authentic, courageous and transformed Christ-centred lives.
Our desire is to develop a community of men dedicated to cultivating real relationships and spiritual maturity.
We aim to be authentic and courageous men of strong character and integrity who serve Christ and support one another with intentional action and an inclusive attitude.
Our pledge is to use our time, energy and resources to connect and meet the needs of men (including young adult men) within PBC and the wider community.
Christ-centred lives: Integrate faith, loving God and biblical truth into all aspects of men’s life – family (fathers, husbands, partners), friends, work, church and community.
Equip and disciple men: Building good character, influence, supportive relationships and mutual cooperation through discipleship – teaching and fellowship.
Lead authentic and courageous lives: Lean into God, embrace and accept our human limitations and weaknesses – develop trusted relationships in small groups.
Integrity in character: Grow courageous men of faith, integrity and spiritual maturity.
Inter-generational: Bridging the inter-generational gap through mentoring, prayer and supporting young adult men (18 years +)
Prayer Dedicated group of men committed to pray regularly for the ministry
Small Groups We discuss real life issue-oriented topics pertinent to men
Events Activities based on common interests and passions
Men's BBQ September 2022 - Men's Dinner May 2022
Winter Country Walks A series of walks, Saturdays January 2022