GODSTONE, SOUTH GODSTONE AND BLINDLEY HEATH
The United Benefice of Godstone, South Godstone and Blindley Heath provide a centre of worship in each village community. While each church retains its own unique identity and place within its own community, each is enriched and strengthened by a growing partnership and bond. Members of the three congregations and clergy are closely linked with St Stephen’s Church of England School at South Godstone as governors, teaching assistants and helpers.
Everyone is welcome to join us at one of our three churches
ST NICHOLAS Church Lane, Godstone 8am Holy Communion (BCP) every Sunday. 10.30am 1st Sunday Family Service, 2nd & 4th Sunday Holy Communion (CW), 3rd Sunday Matins. 5th Sunday see local details.
ST STEPHEN Eastbourne Road, South Godstone 9.00am 1st Sunday Holy Communion (BCP), 3rd Sunday Holy Communion (CW),
2nd Sunday Morning Worship. 10.30am 4th Sunday Family Service. 5th Sunday see local details. 6.30pm 2nd Sunday Evensong.
ST JOHN Eastbourne Road, Blindley Heath. 10.30am 1st & 3rd Sunday Holy Communion (CW), 2nd and 4th Sunday Matins. 5th Sunday see local details.
We welcome Baptisms and Marriages and conduct many funeral services for the people of Blindley Heath, Godstone and South Godstone and surrounding areas.
Tel: 07428 348651
St Nicholas Godstone has its own website for more information which can be accessed here.
FRIENDS of St NICHOLAS CHURCH, GODSTONE, SURREY
The ‘Friends’ are a group of people who are committed to help maintain our lovely old church in Godstone. Most are local residents from within, or around Godstone, but some are from a distance away whose link to the church is through friends of family. The ‘Friends’ main source of income is through the 50/50 Club.
Membership of ‘the friends’, including entry to both the Spring and Autumn 50/50 Club Draw costs just £6.00 per entry per annum. Half of this sum goes towards the upkeep of our Church, most of the other half is returned to the members as Prizes in each of the Draws – approximately £750.00 is returned to Friends as prizes in each Draw with the top prize being £150.00! A very small sum is retained to cover essential administrative costs.
Without your support, ‘the Friends’ would not be able to ease the financial burden that St Nicholas has to shoulder in maintaining the fabric of the building and churchyard. It is a continuous struggle against ever increasing costs and your help is invaluable and very much appreciated.
During the last few years ‘Friends’ have made possible a regular donation of Insurance; nearly £3,000 towards vital repairs to the wall adjacent to the lych gate, plus a further £1,000 towards the installation of new, double glazed windows in S Nicholas’ Youth Centre.