We witness to the glory of God in the community and the wider world
Old Alresford Place (OAP) was the home of Mary Sumner who founded the Mother's Union.
The Personal Prayer of Mary Sumner
All this day, O Lord, let me touch as many lives as possible for thee and every life I touch, do thou by this spirit quicken, whether through the word I speak, the prayer I breathe, or the life I live. Amen.
CTiA is supporting a financial management course, empowering people to fight debt and poverty before they hit.
The CAP (Christians against Poverty) Money Course isn't religious. It helps debt-proof people long term through spring-cleaning finances, revisiting how to set/stick to budgets.
Money coaches Clare Pinniger and Suzanne Hodnett said "We aim to work quietly and practically so people take control, plan and weather storms. New year's ideal as so many of us look at post-Christmas bills in sheer disbelief".
Child Protection and Vulnerable Adult Policies
The Church of England is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of everyone within our church community. If you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Churchwardens or the Safeguarding Officer - Rosie Waring Green on 01962733237. Please read the St John's Child Protection Policy (PDF) and the St John's Vulnerable Adult Policy (PDF)
Health and Safety
As a church we have a duty to safeguard, as far as we practically can our congregations, visitors, employees and contractors. We are also required under Charity Commission rules, the Health and Safety at Work Act and by our Insurers to manage Health and Safety in all of our undertakings. Our Health and Safety Policy (insert) sets out how this is achieved.
Please read the St John's Child Protection Policy (PDF) and the St John's Vulnerable Adult Policy (PDF)