Need pastoral support?
01423 544 528
Communities and homegroups should be our first port of call if we need support. Please do be keeping in touch with the people in your community, whether that’s through some kind of video conferencing, group texting or a good old fashioned phone call.
We have set up a telephone tree which currently has over 200 people on it If you would appreciate a weekly call for a chat and check in we can add you to that list.
If you would like a more in depth conversation with someone who is trained in listening, pray, and pastoral support particularly in relation to loss and bereavement then we have a team of pastoral workers available to speak to.
We are praying everyday. If you have a specific prayer request for yourself or someone you know please do get in touch and be sure to let us know whether you would like us to distribute that request confidentially to the prayer ministry team or wider to the church family in the Friday newsletter.
If you are in isolation we can help with collecting prescriptions, shopping and dog walking. We are doing some of the practical support in collaboration with.
Oatlands Community Group
They are working to identify a guardian and volunteers who already live on your street. To request help from them directly go to their website OatlandsCommunity.co.uk
RB are supplying food packages to those in financial need. If you are struggling to access food through normal supermarkets and stores RB are willing to help; they are sharing out the food they have available to those who need it. To request support you can contact the RB voicemail directly on 593 937.
We are currently streaming Sunday service and weekday midday prayer on YouTube which you can access from any smart tv, smart phone, or tablet. If you would like help accessing YouTube we can talk you through it.
Daily Hope Line
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has launched a free national phone line as a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes while church buildings are closed because of the coronavirus.
Call us: 01423 544 528