Black Lives Matter

June 13, 2020

We are standing in love and solidarity with our brothers and sisters from the BAME community.

Lord God,
Creator of all people,
may your son who suffered the inhumanity of the cross,
comfort us in our anxiety and in our horror,
in times that take our breath away.
May your Holy Spirit inspire us to repentance
and to action in dismantling the virus of racism
from within the Church, our nation

and our world.


Rev. Canon Jeremy Blunden, Bishop’s Advisor for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic

Please also watch Rev. Canon Jeremy Blunden’s message below relating this matter.

In person Sunday services have now resumed and are at the later time of 10.30am until the end of May.
From June 6th we will return to our usual time of 10am.

We will continue with a strict booking system, details of which are on the website.

Our Vision Statement

To welcome and embrace all who come into this beautiful ancient place of peace to be blessed, healed and equipped by God for the challenges of everyday life.