CAN WE HELP
But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him?
1 John 3:17
During these difficult times of the coronavirus, we want to help and support all our parishioners, and we have a team of local people who have already kindly offered to join with us to do this.
If we can help you in any way - shopping, helping out, even just having a chat, please get in touch.
BEING A PART OF THE FAMILY
Our churches are at the centre of village life, providing both places to worship, celebrate and pray, as well as living communities, providing support and help where needed. If you would like someone to visit you or if we can help you, or someone close to you, in any way, we would like to know.
I love that the local church is there for everyone. It is there for me on my personal (stumbling) journey of faith. I don’t believe God thinks we should have to go it alone.
NEW TO THE PARISH
If you need some help settling in or would like find out more about the village and church life just let us know, we would love to help. There's a lot to do and get involved with, if you have the time.
Finding things a bit difficult or feeling lonely? Let us help. We have a team of people happy to pop in for a chat, do a bit of shopping or give a bit of advice. If we can't do it ourselves, we know someone who can.
Dealing with the death of someone close is not easy. Coping with the feelings of loss and emptiness, whilst managing the many questions and practical matters, that seem so insignificant. We can help, both spiritually and practically.
To be baptised in one of our churches you, or your child, would normally need to live within the parish boundaries, or have a close connection with the parish.
A church wedding is special and whilst there are certain conditions that you will need to meet, we will do all we can to help you fulfil your dreams.
Bringing us closer to God, helping us to hear his will for us and providing a time to ask for his forgiveness, as well as asking for his intervention in our lives and those around us.