Welcome to our weekly information page, where we aim to keep you up-to-date and connected! We pray that the resources and opportunities provided will help us all draw closer to God, and inspire us to share this wonderful good news with those we meet in the coming weeks.  Please do get in touch with us to provide any feedback, enquire about anything you may need…..or purely and simply to keep in touch!

We are excited to launch a new series this week exploring the book of Jonah, and we are so excited to take this opportunity to present the gospel through this familiar and grace-filled book and life.

21 June

All physical meetings at Gold Hill &
Hope are currently suspended.
Join us at 10am
(webstream or dial-in.)
See details below


Details for Sunday meetings, and resources / prayer opportunities.

‘Big Storm, Bigger God’ – Jonah 1:4-16
10:00 livestream on YouTube:
10:00: dial-in access to morning service:
Dial: 0333 01 10 945
Room number: 84528918#
Guest PIN: 2409#

Whacky Bible Stories!
9:00 livestream on YouTube:


Sunday at 11:15
Two options:
Catch up and chat: www.goldhill.org/connect
Go deeper into this week’s topic: www.goldhill.org/deeper
(If you’re on a mobile or tablet, you need to install the Zoom app first.)

Prayer Ministry

We now have a virtual prayer ministry team ready to pray with you. So if you would like someone to pray for or with you over the phone or video, send a message to this number (or call if you can’t text) and you’ll be linked up: 07961 815 388.

Prayer & Fasting

Callin our church family to come before God
We have our first Zoom church meeting for members of our church this coming Thursday. Ahead of that, we are calling all in our church to be intentional about prayer, and to fast at some point during this week. It is God we are seeking, so we come before Him.

Follow us on Instagram!

If you’re on Instagram, find us and connect there
Our account has been growing quite a bit recently, and Floss Bishop-Hall does a great job producing brilliant images, content, stories and inspiration. We really recommending finding the page if you are on Instagram. And pray for those exploring faith through it too. www.instagram.com/goldhillbc

For prayer

Please lift up big, audacious prayers this week for:

Gold Hill and Hope Church families and their leaders as we seek to see God’s kingdom come to Chalfont St Peter and the surrounding areas.

Our brothers and sisters in churches across South Bucks,that God would be moving mightily across our region at this time.

Local initiatives (community support and Foodbanks) as we seek to share the good news of hope in Jesus with those most vulnerable.

For unity, that the racial divisions that have become prominent in media in recent weeks would be dissipated, and replaced with unrelenting unity.

For revival, that we would see God move powerfully across this nation, and the church step boldly and bravely into all that God has for her.



It is now possible to give online. If you would like to do so, we are very grateful to you, and you can set that up by going to www.goldhill.org/giving and following the instructions there.


On Thursday 25th June, we are holding our first Church Members’ Meeting over Zoom. If you’re a member, you’ll have an email with the details to join. So make sure to put it in your diary, and get in touch if you need assistance getting onto Zoom.

We are partnered with the Chiltern Food Bank as a distribution centre. The Food Bank does such important work and we are so glad to be part of it. You can read a short article about it here to find out a little more.

Please do hold Rock House, Graham House and the Gold Hill Homecare residents and teams in your prayers during these times. Pray for God’s protection over these places, and for strength and wisdom for all those who are in leadership to make good decisions.

If we can help you in any way, especially with the new challenges provided in the current virus season! And please feel free to point others in our direction too…..we are obviously endeavouring to ensure that all the Gold Hill family are well supported and served, but very much taking this opportunity to be Jesus’ hands and feet to our wider community.