Covid-19 Announcements

We are sharing a few documents for help and guidance during Covid-19. Daily Hope Poster A list of mental health resources which came from local South London mental health and community partnership CofE version of the roadmap  ...

Following a joint meeting of the DCCs it was felt, overwhelmingly, that we should remain closed for public worship, especially while the strict national lockdown continues and cases of COVID, albeit down, are still high. We agreed to pay heed to what the Government may......

The Archbishops have written to the nation to invite people to join in reflection and prayer each day from 1 February at 6 p.m. The Church of England website also has resources (such as this prayer for the nation booklet; there are others for those who wish to......

After a combined DCCs meeting on Tuesday, we voted by a clear majority to close our churches for Sunday and midweek worship. This was with a heavy heart, but felt the right thing to do, given the spread of the virus and the terrible strain......

Dear brothers and sisters, I am sure many of you saw the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening informing us that we are now in a third lockdown. The Bishop of London made a statement shortly afterwards, which you can read below: churches are allowed......

The Archdeacons  of the Diocese of Southwark have been putting together a series of Sermons and Services which we hope will be useful over the next six weeks – especially if you’re going to be taking a period of well deserved leave over the summer.......

From 5th of July, Sunday services will resume in the Churches of our parish.  Please see our bulletin for the detailed schedule of services as well as church opening times. Update as of 23 July 2020: Face masks need to be worn by all those......

Monday, 29 June 2020 Dear Friends, We are pleased to send you news that all of the churches in the team are now open for private prayer: Monday 3pm – 7pm      Holy Trinity Open (3-4pm priority for those shielding) Tuesday 8am – 10am     St John......