We are holding a prayer meeting for the Churches Together in Woking Good Friday Act of Witness which is open to anybody who wants to pray for the event, whether or not you are directly involved.  Please join us to pray for the Act of Witness on the evening of Wednesday 17th April from 7:45pm for a prompt 8:00pm start. We will be meeting at Christ Church Woking in The Gallery room on the second floor and will finish by 9:30pm at the latest.

Those attending should go to the main North door on Jubilee Square.    .  If you arrive after 8:00pm please contact Andrew Humphreys on 07813087054 to be let in.   Depending on the weather and appetite on the evening, we may do some prayer walking around the square where the event will take place.

The Act of Witness is a fantastic opportunity to share the Gospel with people in Woking so please pray for the event, whether you can come on Wednesday or not.  Please pray for good weather, for those involved in the drama and worship and for the Holy Spirit to powerfully impact people on the day.


is a popular programme for young adults, that’s been running successfully in several places for a few years now. The ingredients are simple: friendly people, food, fun, prayer, inspiring talks, and a welcoming atmosphere. It’s totally free, and you don’t need to book.
The first evening is Thursday May 9th, 7.30pm, and we’re at St Dunstan’s Church in Woking (GU22 7DT). Click here
for slideshow.

ALPHA returns to St. Dunstan’s!

Our next course starts on Friday April 26th at 7.30pm. An ideal opportunity to find out more about your faith, and to grow closer to Jesus.
Registration is essential, pick up a form from the Narthex (or click here for more information and to download a form) and drop it back to the parish office.

The PARISH MAGAZINE is now accepting contributions in the form of stories, comments, letters, reflective accounts, prayers or photos for the Easter edition. Please send via the church office for the attention of the editor. Or alternatively email   zjlightfoot@gmail.com    Deadline 8 April 2019


Every now and then we may be called upon to take on the role of “carer”. Our regular Care Mass is held on a Sunday afternoon and is a time for families to come together, carers and those needing care, to celebrate Mass in a relaxed atmosphere. There is a tea party following Mass giving us the opportunity of sharing and supporting one another.


Jan 8th, Feb 5th, March 5th, April 2nd, May7th, June 4th, July 2nd, Sept 10th (school starts 5th ); Oct 1st, Nov 5th


Click here for programme. Please check Newsletters nearer the date for any alterations.


We have decided to continue having a Holy Hour (normally on the 1st Monday of each month but check the Newsletter) with different focuses for our prayer.

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