In our worship, through prayer and liturgy,
we seek always to become a community of faith, hope and love;
building inclusive relationships with people of faith and none,
reaching out to those in need.
We have two Churches
Mass & Events
- Some Lent reading suggestions for you… January 21, 2020 Some excellent good reads for Lent Below is a selection of books to read this Lent. Some are sequential – taking you on a 40 day journey through Lent to Easter. Others are just good books. A warning though – I haven’t read all of them! Saying Yes to Life: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2020 Ruth ...
- Guildford Deanery Week of Guided Prayer January 17, 2020 Guildford Deanery Week of Guided Prayer Sunday 9th to Friday 14th February St Joan of Arc Church, Farnham, GU9 8DJ Contact Sarah Style to book E: email@example.com
- Applications for Lourdes 2020 are live! January 17, 2020 The online application form for those applying as a helper, chaplain, member of the medical team or as a pilgrim who needs no assistance can be found here. If you would like to come to Lourdes as an Assisted Pilgrim, please contact the Pilgrimage Office who will post a form to you; E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 01403 740110
Our parish is made up of all sorts of people – old, young, middle aged; married, single and divorced or separated; from Britain, Ireland, Europe, the Americas and Asia and Africa – this is their home.
We are people who realise – however faintly – that we need to find God in our lives and we come together each week to meet Jesus in the Word of Scripture, the Sacraments and in each other.
We believe that we meet Christ in each other and that we need each other which is why we seek to strengthen our community in faith, hope and love at all times.
We hope that everyone who participates in the life of the Church here in Cranleigh and Bramley will realise that they are always welcome, always loved, and always valued as people made in the image and likeness of God.