We have a dedicated contact who co-ordinates the visiting of the sick. Please contact the vicar or through our contact page if you or someone you know is unwell.
For members of the church who are unable to come to church for communion, we can bring it to you. If you would like this service or know someone else who would please contact us through our contact page.
Phone a Friend
For members of the church and anyone else in the community we have a team who will keep in touch by phone with the lonely or the housebound. For more information contact us using the contact page or ring us. The number is at the top of our web-page.
This is not difficult. In fact we need you as much as you need us. Contact us through the contact page and we will very quickly be in touch.
Being good stewards requires us to decide what we will do with all that God has entrusted to us. The familiar offertory response “All things come from you, and of your own do we give you” reminds us that all that we have is sourced from God’s provision.
We are encouraged to give of time, skills and money to support the work of the church and that of other charities that build God’s kingdom. Much of this giving may be regular giving from our income, but we should also consider what we will do with the wealth that we accumulate.
Giving is not just a simple solution of giving money it is the much broader attitude of giving of yourself. Church members:
- Connect their giving with their faith, seeing their giving as a response to the giving of a generous God.
- Understand that their giving enables mission and ministry, rather than simply paying the bills.
- Feel that they, and their gifts, are valued by the church
If you are a UK taxpayer you can “Gift-Aid” your giving. In this way we can reclaim the tax. For more information please drop us a line through our contact page or ring us.