Pastoral Care

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What do we do?

As a team, we seek to help others practically, emotionally and spiritually through prayer, listening, nurturing and offering practical support where appropriate. All conversations are treated with the utmost care and confidentiality.

We are available Monday to Thursday in the Quiet Room in the Junction; instead, Tracy or Laura could visit you at home if you prefer. If you would like to talk, please call the Church Office on 01923 282149 to make an appointment, or you could email

We also co-ordinate:

Primetimers – A group which meets once a month for those in the prime of life.  This is a social gathering in a Christian context with fun, fellowship and friendship.

Details & Programme

The Bereavement Team – We provide visitors for anyone who has been bereaved.  We also have a service once a year in the autumn specifically to remember the bereaved.

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The Carers’ Support Group – This group meets once a month between 3:45 pm and 5:15pm on a Sunday.  The group is for anyone who is in a caring role – for a partner, parent, child or a friend.  It is a confidential, supportive space to talk and meet others in similar situations.

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Special Daytime Services – 3 times a year at Easter, Harvest and Christmas we have a service during the day especially for people with dementia, memory problems or any additional needs, and for their family, carers and friends.  This is a traditional service in relaxed and accessible surroundings and is followed by a sandwich lunch.  Our Easter Service is on 7 April at 11.00 am; we look forward to welcoming you.

Can you help?

We are always seeking to attract Christian volunteers to support us in our work across a variety of activities, some of which are mentioned above.  We would love to hear from you if you feel that this is something you could help with.