pASTORAL cARE

Help and support can come from a variety of sources, whether a friend, a home group member or one of the Listening and Prayer groups on a Sunday morning. We are passionate about being a place where we can grow to love others more and show the love of God to our community at large.

Helping Others provides practical help and support, as do Homegroups. The church’s pastoral assistants or members of the clergy can also lend a listening ear. We aim to provide training at least twice a year also, to equip people in difficult circumstances and those who care for them.

Online help is often a great place to start your journey too. Here are sites often used by young and old alike.

Our coffee shop and Sunday lunches are places where we look to provide comfort and support also.

 
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Pastoral Assistants

We have a number of people trained in pastoral care who are available to give support in a more specialist way to those in need.


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The Next Step

Bereavement Group

We are a group of bereaved men and women who support each other and enjoy some days and evenings out. At the beginning of the year, we meet informally. Suggestions are put forward for places we would like to visit and a programme drawn up from these ideas.

This year we have been on many local walks and had meals at several different pubs and restaurants. We have visited the Houses of Parliament, Highgrove Gardens and have been to Paris for lunch on Eurostar.

Contact the Parish Office for more details