How are we meeting and gathering at the moment?
Like every person, family, business, school and organisation, we are making plans for how we emerge from restrictions. Some of this won’t happen fully until we are in our new building, but there is plenty happening now too. This page is a place to share what that’s looking like for us and to give you tools that can help you to do the same.
SERVICES & GATHERINGS
On Sundays, there are a number of different gatherings and services going on at the moment, some online and some in person. Here they all are, with details of how to connect in.
Kids Church, 9am on YouTube
A service led by our children, always a powerful and inspiring time! It can be found at goldhill.org/kidschurch
‘Breathe’ Youth Gathering
On Saturdays at 7pm, we have a youth gathering, which is currently happening at the Chalfont St Peter Youth Centre. If you’d like to know more about this, get in touch by emailing our youth worker Natalie Criddle.
A congregation where everyone joins via a phone call. You can dial in to our phone congregation at 10am. Details are at goldhill.org/info
near the end of your Sunday, 45 minutes with others to reflect and pray together. You can join at goldhill.org/eveningprayer
We have made lots of things that you might find helpful in recent months. Our YouTube channel is packed full of things, including lots of weekly content for children, all of our talks and a number of other one-off things too. We have also put something together to help everyone get into the Bible for themselves, no matter what age you are.
Looking after your mental health is so important.
The restrictions around us are aimed at protecting physical well-being, but we’re so aware that they impact some people’s mental well-being very negatively. Those with pre-existing mental health issues may feel particularly hopeless. We do not want anyone to struggle alone.
If you need help, or you are caring for others and don’t know what to do, we want to help. You can call the church number and be directed to one of our pastors to talk (01753 342010) during working hours.
Samaritans provides confidential, non-judgmental emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those that could lead to suicide. You can phone (116 123), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or even write a letter. In most cases you can talk to someone face to face.