As a group of Christians we treat our mutual care of each other seriously and seek to work with high standards of confidentiality and respect.
We have a trained team of bereavement visitors, as well as a visiting team – people who will visit those who are in need, usually people who are housebound or in hospital.
Holy Communion is available, from our readers or the clergy, at home or in hospital or nursing homes.
A confidential prayer chain operates for urgent needs, and requests left on the prayer board in church are included in regular prayers.
Some lay members of the congregation are trained as Prayer Ministers and are available at all services, willing to pray with individuals on request.
The Pastoral Care team also organises events, lunch club (see ‘other groups’), and group outings on a regular basis.
The Pastoral Action Group organises transport and teas for the ‘Songs of Praise’ services at Easter, Harvest and Christmas and also organises outings for the elderly, usually twice a year. Recent trips have been to Chenies Manor and the Bluebell Cafe in Tring for afternoon tea. These have been well attended and much enjoyed. For more information please contact the Church Office.
If you know of anyone who is in need of care, please contact the church office or a member of the clergy.