ST. PETER’S CHURCH
St. Peter’s will follow Government and Church of England guidelines at all times, adjusting for local circumstances:
- Nothing will be done from either of the Church buildings.
- The Church will, via online services, social media and telephone, continue to support the Wrecclesham community. This will be carried out from our homes .
GUIDANCE ON STAYING SAFE AND PROTECTING AND HELPING OTHERS
- ADVICE TO COMMUNITY HELPERS It is easy when trying to help to inadvertently put yourself and them at increased risk and overload the NHS. Please read this advice from Scotland on how to help safely and sensibly
- Hand Washing. Guidelines can be downloaded here: Hand_Hygiene_When_and_How_Leaflet
- Shopping during the Covid-19 lockdown – from the BBC
- Surviving both mentally and spiritually – practical advice from “someone who has been there” on social media
- Supporting Good Mental Health
- Five Top Tips for dealing with Loneliness and Isolation
- Latest Police advice on what is and is not acceptable travel
- SURREY MATTERS: What our Local Authority are offering to help us
PARISH MAGAZINE: Click here for a “reduced” copy of the June Edition
FARNHAM FOOD BANK: “If you previously donated food to the foodbank and are unable to do so for the time being, please do consider donating money online instead. It is very easy. Go to the Farnham Foodbank Website. Immediately you will see a red donate box in the top right hand corner. Click on it and then it is all self-explanatory”.
Please continue to put your donations of food in the Vicarage garage, and a member of the team will collect it regularly.
Urgently needed: tinned meat, instant mash, 1 litre carton long-life fruit juice and chocolate bars.
“Urgently needed food items” and “We’ve got plenty of…” are regularly updated on the Farnham Foodbank website – just click on “Donated food/Farnham Foodbank”.
Jacqueline holds Foodbank vouchers – please contact her if you or anyone you know would benefit.
Thank you for your continued support.”
STEP BY STEP: This is our local charity supporting vulnerable young people. The Covid-19 crisis has hit them hard. Please give whatever you can at:
WRECCLESHAM COMMUNITY GROUP: