Indian dancers and other groups showcased their talents at Rugby Methodist Church on Saturday June 21.
The church opened its doors for an open day to mark the 30th anniversary of its founding, with free cream teas, performances and donations to Rugby Foodbank
Minister Jane Gaffney said: “It really was a wonderful day to celebrate 30 years of the church.”
“We had lots of different groups who use the premises putting on displays.”
The minister said young people are currently raising money for two projects, one of which is called Extra Mile and is helping people in Sierra Leone, and the other of which is the Street Child World Cup, run in conjunction with Save the Children.
Organisers would like to thank everybody who joined in the fun at the church, in Russelsheim Way. The day raised nearly £150.