Churches together in the Ryde Area (CTRA).
We are a group of representatives from Churches of all denominations from around Ryde who meet together to hold events (such as the popular Summer Songs of Praise by the beach, the Civic Service, and Carol Singing) and get a better understanding of faith in Ryde.
On the 4th Sunday of each month at 6.30, we support the services held in the various churches, of members of Churches Together in the Ryde Area.
For information on all church events please go to www.rydechurches.org
We are a local volunteer run drop in centre based in Ryde on the Isle of Wight set up to help those most in need.
We opened on the 17th of April 2011 and are open every Sunday evening at St Mary’s Catholic Church, High Street, Ryde from 5-7pm.
The Open Arms provides a wholesome meal and a hot drink and also offers a signposting service for support and advice.
We rely upon the support of volunteers in the centre itself and the generosity of local businesses via donations of food and services to facilitate this community project.
For more information visit www.theopenarms.org.uk
Oakfield C. E. (Aided)Primary School.
We are based at the old Bishop Lovett site of St John’s House, Ryde which was built in 1769 and has fine sea views. The Head teacher is Vickie Reader and the new federation head is Colin Hayley. The federation is with Arreton C. E. Primary school.
Our Vision Statement is: ‘Everyone will be given the opportunity to shine’ shows our commitment to every child.
for more information visit www.oakfieldcepri.iow.sch.uk
Youth for Christ.
We are an Island wide youthwork ministry who’s goal is to communicate the amazing message of Jesus Christ as Saviour to every Young Person on the Isle of Wight. We work with Schools through Assemblies, lessons and lunchtime clubs and with Churches through Messy Church, Catalyst, Rock Solid, Emerge Evenings, Cluster groups and trips to Soul Survivor
For more information visit www.iowyfc.co.uk
Rock Solid is a weekly activity based youth club aimed at 9-13 year olds (school years 5-8). A typical evening contains games, activities and discussion about God and other topics relevant to young people. The Ryde Clubs runs on a Thursday at the Grace Church, Marlborough Road and costs 50p per night. For more info and dates see the link on the YFC website.
Cluster groups are after school groups and they are all about hanging out together, eating doughnuts, drinking tea, playing random games and chatting about what it means to follow Jesus. For more information see the link on the YFC website
is a hostel for homeless men aged 18-65 with a local (Ryde) connection.
For more information visit www.homelessuk.org