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Purley Food Hub
The Marriage Course
Network (Revised) Course
For older people
Thursday Fellowship Extra (TFX)
Holiday At Home
An Introduction to Nehemiah
Life in the Spirit
Croydon Churches Floating Shelter
Volunteer for Floating Shelter at Christ Church 2020
CHEER (support for parenting alone)
Christ Church Runners
Creative Christ Church
Children’s and family Minister post
Who let the Dads out?
Christ Church CofE School
Walking with God in the shadow
Mission Shaped Grace
Other Featured Talks
New Wine Kids Leaders Training Day
Christians in science
Pastoral Care At Christ Church
The pastoral team and many others try to ensure
that members of Christ Church feel supported by
offering loving, Godly service in a number of ways.
Visits and encouragement:
To ensure that members feel part of the
fellowship our pastoral team will visit to talk about faith and your
spiritual journey, any aspect of church life, or to support you
through life’s ups and downs.
If you are ill or have to go into hospital please let us
know so that we can keep in touch with the hospital chaplain
and arrange a visit.
We have 2 groups which support the older person.
We also run a ‘holiday at home’ club during the summer.
: We can bring Holy Communion to your
home if you are unable to come to church for whatever reason,
or if your circumstances have changed and you can no
longer attend church.
We support those bereaved in
different ways, including through a monthly support group
which meets at Church.
: If you need a lift to church, the hospital, or to the
doctors please give the team a ring and we will do our best
to provide you with transport.
We are always looking for drivers so that we
can provide lifts to the GP, hospital, and sometimes lifts
to church. If you can offer occasional lifts or need
transport yourself do contact us.
Welcoming and nurturing
: It is the aim of the pastoral
team that no-one should be overlooked and so we
invite newcomers to regular welcome events -
in addition, once you have got to know us you may
want to work with the welcome team to greet,
welcome and help others settle in!
: We believe that God answers prayer,
so let us know if you have urgent issues of concern
which can be shared confidentially within our prayer network.
Through this we regularly send out 200 prayer requests
: Are you parenting alone?
Cheer invite you to join us for occasional lunches
on Sundays 1.00pm-2.45pm. (see website for dates)
Children and teenagers welcome.
Find out more or book your place: 0208 8763 8291
: We have a freezer well stocked
with home cooked meals for when shopping and cooking
are difficult-perhaps after coming out of hospital,
or for families with a new baby. We can deliver meals to help out.
Contact us for further information or support
Our Pastoral Team includes
three Southwark Pastoral Auxiliaries (SPAs) who have
completed 2 years of training in pastoral care.
We work together but our particular
areas of involvement are shown in brackets.
Pastoral leader Jenny Hird SPA
(elderly, Home Communion)
Assistant Pastoral leader Karen Speed SPA
(welcoming & nurturing)
(CUH lay hospital chaplain, bereavement support)
Nicola Rogers SPA
(Alpha, elderly, nurturing)
Co-ordinator Pauline Chapman
Telephone for personal matters 07582 622928
Or Church office 020 8763 8291
9.30am-12.30pm Monday - Friday