Wherever you live, wherever the funeral takes places, whatever your link to the person who has died, the Church is available for you afterwards. Whether the funeral has happened recently or many years ago, we are here for you.
A place to be: sometimes after a funeral all that is needed is a place to sit and think. Churches are a place where we can know peace and quiet. Your church is here for you, it is a place for you to come and be whatever you need to be.
A place to pray: Churches are a place of prayer. This can include a place to light a candle, or even write a short note to leave so others can also pray for you and your needs later that day or week. Prayer is when we pause for a moment and hold your needs before God.
A place to talk: sometimes a funeral prompts big questions about life and death. The vicar or other minister in your church is there to listen to your thoughts, and help you make sense of what has happened. If this is something you would like to do, please CONTACT US.
A place to go: Every Sunday, and sometimes in the week, we gather to worship to God, to pray, and to know God’s strength for the week ahead. Everyone is welcome to come along. You might find new friends as well as the peace and comfort of God’s presence.