WEEKLY NEWS & READINGS

Here you will find our weekly news sheet, with the week’s diary, information and contact numbers, and also the readings set for this Sunday For this week just click on: 1st Sunday of Advent and 29 November
Read More →

CONTEMPLATIVE EUCHARIST for ADVENT SUNDAY

The service sheet for Sunday 29th November can be found here – Contemplantive Advent eucharist
Read More →

ARE YOU A SURVIVOR…?

Are you a survivor or victim of church related abuse? Could you help the Diocese of Guildford to learn from the past and protect the future? The Diocese of Guildford is currently reviewing all its records, across all 162 parishes, to ensure that all safeguarding concerns and...
Read More →

Psalm 111:9

‘He sets his people free. He made his agreement everlasting. He is holy and wonderful.’
Read More →

REFLECTION for 6th Sunday after Trinity

Rosemary Whipp writes: Jesus often taught His followers by parables. A parable is a simple story illustrating a religious lesson or truth. Quite often there were different layers to the story so that people would understand different truths from it. I find that when listening to...
Read More →

REFLECTION for 5th Sunday after Trinity

Revd Ian Whitley writes: The Parable of the Sower As I start today, I going to continue reflecting of the theme of change that seems to be so prevalent in society today, the talk of a new normal being found. It is interesting that phrase – new normal. This idea that we look at...
Read More →

REFLECTION for 4th Sunday after Trinity (5th July)

Faith Collins writes: In recent months everyone has been looking for the right advice: scientists, governments individuals, all seeking guidance on how to behave to be safe. This weekend, when the Lockdown is being partially eased, sensible advice and following the right lead is...
Read More →

REFLECTION for 2nd SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY

Patrick Hopkinson writes: How much should we focus on the differences between us? How much should the past interfere with the present? How should the present judge the past? These questions and others have been going through my mind since the tragic death of George Floyd in...
Read More →

REFLECTION for 1st SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY

Philip Batten reflects on Matthew 9.35-10.38 As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man called Matthew sitting at the tax booth: and he said to him, ‘Follow me.’ The opening words of our gospel reading for this Sunday aren’t just addressed to Matthew, I believe they are...
Read More →

CONTEMPLATIVE EUCHARIST for TRINITY 7th June

Watch here – and find the service sheet for Contemplative Trinity Sunday Eucharist
Read More →