St Mildred’s Virtual Choir!

A welcome from Rev’d Roger Hagon

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Visit our Prayer Wall to submit your own prayer request or simply read and pray others’ prayers

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Our parish takes the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.

Our latest news…

The Choir at Guildford Cathedral July 2020!

The Choir at Guildford Cathedral July 2020!

St Mildred's choir will be participating in a brand new venture, and performing as a virtual Visiting Choir for Guildford Cathedral’s online service on 26 July this year. As far as we are aware Guildford is the only Cathedral doing this over the summer, and St...

‘The Bridge’

‘The Bridge’

The June edition of the Diocesan Newspaper - 'The Bridge' can be found here

a poem for Pentecost

a poem for Pentecost

WHAT HAPPENED AT PENTECOST?  You ask me what it felt like, The day the Spirit came? Well, I can only answer you In terms of wind and flame. How else can I explain it, In words that help you see? It’s nothing that I’ve felt before, It changed the world for me. Just...

Our Vision…

‘We seek to be an open and loving church, growing in faith and confidence and joyfully sharing God’s love with all.’

Our Priorities

A Strong Youth Ministry

We will resource a strong and dedicated youth ministry… building-up the faith and confidence of young people, and increasing their involvement in services

Grow the Faith

We will grow the faith and confidence of our church members… increasing participation in all aspects of worship and providing a broad range of social events so people can get to know each other

Be Welcoming

We will reach-out to those who use our Centre… offering ways for people to explore the Christian faith and providing a Christian welcome to evening and Saturday visitors
Our ‘Virtual Church’ where individuals can communicate with each other and with God in very real ways without leaving their home

The Choir at Guildford Cathedral July 2020!

St Mildred's choir will be participating in a brand new venture, and performing as a virtual Visiting Choir for Guildford Cathedral’s online service on 26 July this year. As far as we are aware Guildford is the only Cathedral doing this over the summer, and St...

‘The Bridge’

The June edition of the Diocesan Newspaper - 'The Bridge' can be found here

a poem for Pentecost

WHAT HAPPENED AT PENTECOST?  You ask me what it felt like, The day the Spirit came? Well, I can only answer you In terms of wind and flame. How else can I explain it, In words that help you see? It’s nothing that I’ve felt before, It changed the world for me. Just...

June Parish Post

here is the June Parish Post   

Pentecost Holy Communion Service – remote worship

Join Roger, our vicar, live streaming from Church at 10 am on 31 May  –  as he celebrates Holy Communion for Pentecost Sunday To watch live click here: If it’s after 11am and the service has finished, you can watch the recording here which leads to the playlist of...

Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is a time of prayer between Ascension Day ( 21 May and Pentecost (31 May) We decided to mark this time - not only with prayer but with some rainbow coloured writing on the glass panels at the front of the church. We photographed them - but as ever we...

Food Bank Update

The food bank dates have been extended - and it will be moved - from the Pavilion to the Cedar Room (w.e.f Thursday 28 May) - still accessed via the car park. Please see the attached poster for details

Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come From Ascension Day (21 May) to Pentecost (31 May) we shall be taking part in daily prayer with Christians the world over. There will be streamed services each day at 9am and 5pm from within St. Mildred’s church and a colourful display in our front...

a letter from Roger, our vicar

"One of my favourite hymns (666 in our hymn book) is called ‘I cannot tell’ by William Young Fullerton (1857-1932) which we sing to the tune Londonderry Air." To read more, click here: 

Please sponsor Steven!

Steve Chapman, one of our church wardens, has dyed his hair green in an attempt to match the vegetables given out at the Foodbank operating from St Mildred's.   Click here to see the photo and to sponsor him in raising funds for the foodbank