During the current emergency, group worship and meetings are cancelled or postponed. When the situation starts to improve, please check church websites or with organisers for their ongoing plans. More information about Farnham HERE
Churches Together E-Newsletter
“Thy Kingdom Come”
“Thy Kingdom Come” is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost (21st May to 31st May) for more people to come to know Jesus.
It is not too late to get involved. You can download resources including videos from www.thykingdomcome.global/There are different prayer resources for a number of traditions on www.thykingdomcome.global/resources/key-resources-2020
Christian Aid Week — On-line Service
On Sunday 10th May, Christian Aid Farnham published their Virtual Service for Christian Aid Week. Don't worry if you missed it on the day; the service remains on You-Tube for you to enjoy. The service was prepared by local churches.
Please use this link:
PLEASE DONATE GENEROUSLY TO CHRISTIAN AID
Coronavirus Helpline Open in Farnham
FARNHAM AND VILLAGES HELPLINE — If you need help during the COVID-19 emergency and have no access to family, friends and neighbours, call the Farnham Co-ordination Centre on 01252-745446 (9:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m) or e-mail email@example.com. There is a recorded message on the phone line outside hours.
The helpline was announced by Farnham Town Council on 26th March and has been established in conjunction with Farnham Herald and The Maltings.
More information is available HERE.
You can view or download the Farnham Helpline Leaflet from the link below:
Please consider giving a copy of the leaflet to a neighbour who may need it.
British & Irish Church Leaders united
Churches Together in Farnham’s
World Day of Prayer 2020
St.James’ Church Rowledge
Farnham’s service as part of the 2020 World Day of Prayer is being held at St.James’ Church, Rowledge on Friday 6th March, starting at 10:30 a.m.
This year, the service has been prepared by the women of Zimbabwe. This will be a colourful service, for all to enjoy the music and quiet reflection, seeking love, peace and reconciliation — not only in our own lives, but also in the communities of Zimbabwe.
This is a Service for Everyone! Children are welcome.
Do come and find out a bit more about this beautiful country, which has seen so much unrest in recent years. Discover what “Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk” means to Zimbabwean women.
For more information -
CTF Directory - May 2020 edition
The Churches Together in Farnham directory provides contact information for CTF Officers, Member Churches and Associated Organisations. Download HERE for local printing (PDF format; file size 39,890) or find out more on the “CTF Directory” page.
In Memoriam ...
Churches Together in Farnham record with sadness the death of dedicated and committed Christians who have played important roles in our support.
Please CLICK HERE to see recent reports.