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A Church of the Caterham Team Ministry: Caterham Deanery - Diocese of Southwark - Church of England

Caterham Overseas Aid Trust (COAT) Masks Enterprise

https://selfhelpafrica.org/uk/investing-in-the-fight-against-covid-19-in-malawi/ COAT has now made over £1,000 from donations for fabric masks!  This is an amazing amount for which we thank all who have given so freely to help the people of Malawi in sub-Sahara Africa cope with Covid-19.  £1,000…

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The Beacon

We cannot distribute our monthly magazine at the moment, so a digital version of The Beacon for July is available here as a PDF document.

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Electoral Roll

Please consider going on St Mary's Electoral Roll if you are a member of the congregation. If you are already on the Roll but have moved house, please also complete a form with your new details. What is the Electoral…

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The Guild of Friends

- Please Note - The AGM, which was due to take place on Tuesday 28th April, has been postponed to an unknown future date, in line with the Government recommendations.

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Why You Should Come To Church

by the children of Junior Church (in their own words - and spelling!) Dear Daniel Please come back to church, they are cookies to eat, a fun Junior Church and a priest so come back. Love Isabella (to her brother).…

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Silent Prayer Group

In St Lawrence’s Church every Wednesday from 7 - 7:45pm starting on 8th January. Each session will include a period of quiet music to settle down, a short teaching on Christian Meditation and then a 20 to 25 minute period…

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Talk and Teas

During the summer season, Afternoon Teas are available in St. Lawrence's Church every Sunday afternoon. Teas are served from 3 - 5pm in St. Lawrence’s Church. The next Afternoon Teas was due to be on Sunday 17th May, the start…

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Canterbury Pilgrimage

On Sunday May 12th a group of us set out from Chaldon Parish church with the intention of walking to Canterbury over the next 6 days. We were excited but naturally apprehensive. The group was led by Helen Burnett, Vicar…

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