Fuse 2016 | FAQ’s

Here are some FAQ’s about Fuse 2016:

What is Fuse?

Fuse is a Church weekend to spend quality time together as God’s family here at Fullbridge.

Who can come?


When is it?

Fuse starts on Friday 14th October and continues over the whole weekend until after lunch on Sunday.

What will Fuse be like?

There will be a variety of activities for all ages.


  • Richard Brewster will lead teaching for the adults, around the theme of God’s story of salvation. There will be four teaching sessions spread across the weekend, with opportunities for discussion and questions.
  1. A story with a hero.
  2. The God who rescues his people.
  3. The coming of the King.
  4. Our place in God’s story.
  • Wild Child, led by Emma and Ben Carman, will provide teaching for the children and young people also about God’s Big Picture. Emma will lead the Pepper and Mustard+ groups; Ben will work with Salt and there will also be a group for our pre-school children. Each age group will have at least two people supervising and they will be DBS checked.

Fun Stuff

There will be activities for all ages at Blackwater Leisure Centre on Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening promises to provide its own unique brand of Fullbridge entertainment. Plus, there will be opportunities to relax and spend time together.

What about food?

All meals are provided, starting on Friday evening at 6pm with a sit down meal altogether. (There will be a second sitting, by arrangement, for those people who arrive late from work). Saturday breakfast, lunch and evening meal are also provided, with refreshment breaks throughout the day. The weekend will finish after Church on Sunday with a meal altogether.

How much does it cost?

There is no charge for Fuse.

Who do I contact if I want to come?

Please speak to Helen if you would like to come or put the reply slip from your invitation in the box in the back hall.