Come and meet our church family, you'll find a friendly welcome. Our church is a great place for families and children and we are people who care for each other in the ups and downs of life.
At Christ Church you can ask questions and grow, whether you are already a Christian or someone who wants to find out why we believe in God and what our faith means to us.
Sandra Faccini, Vicar
Saturday 19th - Monday 21st June
The final details of the Sponsored Walk weekend are now on Dropbox, from where you can download a sponsor form, a map and directions, and an updated poster. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yhy3v97i1jsartj/AADFJk1vR2WHYcNCBvBAFxIea?dl=0
There will be group walks on Sat 19 June and Mon 21 June, as well as the opportunity to do it in your own time. There are two routes (a 1 hour and a 1.5 hour) for you to choose from.
All funds raised will be divided equally between Woking Hospice, who cared for Chris Seymour, and The Christ Church Churchyard Wall Project which Stephen Smith's family has supported. Please come and join us in raising funds for two very worthwhile causes.
Just to advise that you can access all of Brox Lane on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, contrary to the ‘road closed’ sign, as works will not start until Tuesday.
Here To Help
If you are in isolation and need support please get in touch and we will do what we can to help.
Sandra's number is 01932 873160
We have put together a document which helps to locate different organisations that may be of use to people & families during this crisis.
We are delighted to announce the publication of the June/July Parish Magazine. Printed copies will be distributed, and the online version can be downloaded from the "Notices and Magazine" tab above.
The effects of mental health problems are huge, and given the challenging times we are living in with coronavirus and as we recover from it, the Church of England recommends that we all take steps to support good mental health. They have updated their mental health reflections booklet with new material to provide hope, reassurance and comfort. There are podcast and printed reflections available which can be accessed from this link.
There will be a Zoom service of Compline (Night Prayer) on Wednesday 16th June at 8pm, finishing by 8.30pm. This is a lovely quiet and reflective service of Scripture readings and prayer. The Zoom link is available on request from Chloe.
We now have a list of our Mission Partners with links on the website. Please click here to see it.
There will be a service of Holy Communion at 9am each Sunday.
We will continue with the live Zoom service each Sunday morning at 10:30am.
If you would like an invite emailed to you, please contact [email protected]. We would love for you to join us!
As a way of providing local support and information on Covid, we are sharing the Runnymede Covid Champion update each week. You can download them from this link.
(email Chloe for an invite)
Every Sunday at 10.30am
Every Sunday at 9.00am
The church is not open for private prayer
The PCC of Christ Church, Ottershaw complies with its obligations under the GDPR by keeping personal data up to date; by storing and destroying it securely; by not collecting or retaining excessive amounts of data; by protecting personal data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access and disclosure and by ensuring that appropriate technical measures are in place to protect personal data.
You can download the GDPR Notice from this link.
Christ Church is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulneable adults, as an integral part of its life and ministry. Geralyn Logan is our Safeguarding Officer and can be contacted on 01932 560362 and by email [email protected].
You can download the Safeguarding Policy from this link.
Diocese of Guildford Review of Safeguarding Concerns
Are you a survivor or victim of church related abuse? Could you help the Diocese of Guildford to learn from the past and protect the future?
The Diocese of Guildford is currently reviewing all its records, across all 162 parishes, to ensure that all safeguarding concerns and allegations have been identified, reported, and appropriately actioned. Critical to this are the voices of survivors and victims. The Diocese of Guildford wants to listen to and to learn from your experiences and ensure that your voices are heard throughout this review process.