We are here to try and help you! If you or someone you know is self-isolating and needs practical help or support, such as shopping or similar, please contact our Church Office – we would love to try and be a help to our community at this time.
Please only contact us for practical help and support. For medical needs, please seek medical advice and call 111.

We do have a huge opportunity to enrich our community by serving those around us, and being in contact with our neighbours to see if they need any help. We are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus and can do this in many different ways. As a Group Ministry, we are working together with St Martin’s East Horsley and All Saints’ Ockham to put some plans in place where we can collectively take care of our community, particularly those who are most vulnerable.
Our ‘Helping our Neighbour’ leaflet is available below for you to download, print and distribute if you are able to help at this time.

It seems like lots of things are up in the air at the moment and we might feel uncertain, anxious and concerned, which is understandable. We are reminded of Jesus’ call to live one day at a time, living in the present, not worrying about tomorrow for today has enough worries of its own. Sometimes this is easier said than done(!) but let us come back to Him each and every day. We don’t know what the future holds – but we know who holds the future. One of the most common commands in the Bible is ‘Do not be afraid’. We are called ‘not to worry’ by Jesus (Matthew 6:25-27) and to trust in God as he prepared his disciples for his death (John 14:1). We are to be a non-anxious presence in the world, because we know who is ultimately in charge and in whose loving arms we are in (1 Peter 5:7). Where we do feel fear, we can channel that into prayer. You can download a recent talk below from Peter Davies which ends with some good advice on navigating these times.

If you think you do have any symptoms, please check in with NHS 111 either by phone or online at and follow their advice. If you are unwell and/or self-isolating, please get in touch so we can check on how you are being supported. We must treat each other with care and good grace – if people get the virus, or have wider family members who do, we shouldn’t ostracise them, but be praying for them and seeing how we can practically serve them, within the bounds of what is sensible. 

Let us stay careful, calm and caring.