Category Archives: Church of England
Congratulation to Rita, Clara, Sian, Luca & Aiden on your confirmation.Wishing you all God’s blessings on this very special day. Thanks to Bishop Jo Bailey Wells for a lovely and inspiring service.
Join with us to pray Thy Kingdom Come Ascension Day (25th May) to Pentecost (4th June). Pledge now or just join in from Thursday. Opportunities to pray together in the parish as follows: Thursday 25th May – 7.30 pm Sung … Continue reading
The Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) will be held on Monday 24 April. This is an important meeting to look at what we have achieved in the past year, as well as to appoint Church Wardens, the PCC and Deanery Synod … Continue reading
Archbishop John Sentamu prays ‘A Collect for Peace’ following today’s events in Westminster. #PrayforLondon O God, the author of peace and lover of concord, to know you is eternal life and to serve you is perfect freedom: Defend us, … Continue reading
A quick heads up that we will be having a Lent Lunch of home-made soup & a roll on Sunday 5th March at 12 noon in Ss Philip & James Church Hall. All welcome, please sign up on the list … Continue reading
Saturday 11th February 2017 9.30 to 1pm, where: Epsom Common Christchurch, Christ Church Road, Epsom KT19 8NE. Parking in the car park immediately next to the Church; or train to Epsom station and take a taxi or a 20 min walk. … Continue reading
We are very much looking forward to being joined by Bishop Jo Wells for our 10.00am service in the Fleet Parish Community Centre on Sunday, 11th December. We hope you can join us.
Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop John Sentamu have issued the following joint statement this morning after the UK voted to leave the European Union: On Thursday, millions of people from across the United Kingdom voted in the Referendum, and a … Continue reading
What can you hear? – Diocesan Communications Consultation Survey Make your voice heard at: www.cofeguildford.org.uk/CommsSurvey Communications: it’s a broad term which encompasses far more than websites, newspapers, social media, press statements and so forth. However, in the Diocese of Guildford … Continue reading