Lent Vigil for Climate Justice

Please see this website to see how you can join in with the Lent Vigil for Climate Justice, as mentioned by Margaret.

Other Activities for Lent.

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Thank you and future dates…

We received this for the donation made following the last fayre. Thanks for helping us to raise this.
The next Coffee Morning and Fayre will be on Saturday 23rd March, 10am-12 midday.

The next Ladies Fellowship get together is Thursday 21st March. See here for more info.

 

Rebuilding the entrance (12/01/24)

At a site meeting this week we were informed that work will start to rebuild in week beginning 5th February and the realistic finish date will be early to mid May. We praise God the rebuilding will commence and will, in most part, be covered by insurance, bar a few additions for improvements.

Please remember it is likely to be chilly in the sanctuary until work is completed!

 

Update on church opening (8/11/23)

The roofers have been today to remove the tiles from the Foyer area, which means the Sanctuary is safe to use again. Therefore, all services and activities can resume, although we are limited to 120 people due to fire regulations. Arrangements will be made where necessary.

Please continue to enter and exit the building via the side door by the hall.
For Sunday services, both side doors will be open, to aid congestion.

Please come prepared as it’s likely to be chilly!

We’ll update you if there are any further changes. Thanks for your understanding.

 

 

Incident on Monday afternoon – 16th October 2023

Many of you will have heard about the damage to our church entrance. We praise God there were no injuries and it was at a time when there were no groups in the church. Here is the statement Jon has made in response to BBC news, who have been in contact:

A car accidentally crashed into the side of our front entrance mid-afternoon yesterday.  It has caused serious structural damage to the front entrance but thankfully the couple in the car were able to walk away but were understandably shaken and were treated in the neighbouring Chalfont Group Practice before being taken to the RBH for more tests.  The police, fire brigade and local authority building control surveyor were all on the scene quickly and worked very effectively to make the site safe.
Local businesses and ASDA, as well as our fellow local churches were all very supportive and caring.  

The entrance should be made structurally safe today (Tues) but it will take some time to re-build the entrance.  This will inevitably impact access to the building.  We are closing the building today and will await agreement from a structural engineer about tomorrow and future days and events.

 

We’ll give more information when we know. As you can appreciate, there is a lot to sort and decisions that are out of our control. Please continue to pray for the church and the couple in the car.

God Bless.