Prayer Sessions (during Coronavirus)

STOP PRESS. The Methodist Church said on Monday March 23rd that all our churches will be closed until g further notice. This was then followed by an extraordinary statement from Prime Minister Johnson confining the whole population of the UK to their homes for at least 3 weeks with very few reasons why you might go out – basically food, medicines and travel to and from your place of work if it is an essential role and you cannot work from home.

The previous post no longer stands and so is crossed out.

Revd Faith Nyota writes to us:

Dear Friends,

We  will be opening the church up for prayer on Sunday (22nd March) from 10.30am to 11.30am to allow people to come and pray or sit quietly.

This will be joint with Warlingham.

The above happened, the rest of the post has been deleted.

Coronavirus Post

We now have a page for Coronavirus and information about church activities that have been affected by the need for people to isolate themselves socially. It is on several of the drop down menus and currently consists of the same information wherever you view it (technically it is a reusable block, which sort of does what it says on the tin!)

Please consider whether you are in a high risk group for Coronavirus such as diabetes, heart disease, asthma, COPD or anything that can impair your immune response such as radio or chemo therapy. If in doubt stay at home and watch an online church service instead.

Message from the Sanderstead Methodist Leadership Team:
Due to the most recent government advice, we are suspending all activities in the Circuit for the time being.

  • All church services are suspended at Sanderstead Methodist and all UK Methodist Churches.
    All church activities are suspended.

We earlier posted the cancellation of all meetings on church premises.

We will revise in the light of Central Methodist updates on the virus.