Pastoral Care at St. Martin's Church and Centre

Life sometimes delivers severe blows and problems that are just too much to cope with on your own.
The Church and Christian Centre are here to support you and the community of Dorking both pastorally and spiritually.
If you need somebody to talk to in complete confidence, for whatever reason, we are here to help.
The Church Pastoral team has three trained and authorised Pastoral Assistants and two Methodist Pastoral Visitors,
all of whom are experienced and can offer understanding and prayerful support.
The Christian Centre offers a drop-in Listening Service on Monday mornings in the Centre Café (10:30 ? 12:00).
The Chaplain is usually available on Monday mornings plus variable other weekday mornings,
but you may prefer to make an appointment to see her via the Centre Managers.
One of our Monday morning Listeners is also a trained Counsellor (UPCA registered) and she can offer private appointments on request for counselling.


From Revd Dr Malcolm Rothwell:

  1. latest book is entitled "Running the Race, finding God in the London marathon".
    It is very short but the exercises and points to ponder will take a little longer.
    It can be bought in bookshops or Amazon (also the kindle version) and from me. £5.99.  Why not treat yourself? or buy a present for someone!


REVD DR VAL OGDEN

Val (our previous Minister) sent a greeting:
"Greetings from Suva, in the Fiji Islands.
I?m now serving as Director of Theological Education by Extension at the Pacific Theological College.
Contact details are below, and there is a link to my blog, if of interest.
The appointment runs for another two years.
Contact, news and passers-by always welcome!
Love and blessings, Val.

Pacific Theological College, P O Box 388, 78 Vuya Road, Veiuto, Suva, Fiji Islands."


rev.val.ogden@gmail.com
Blog: rev-val-ogden@blogspot.co.uk
Twitter: @RevValOgden



Rev. William (Bill) Murphy



Bill died on 13 November 2012, aged 82. He was Superintendent Minister at Dorking in the 1980s.

We salute his memory, and know he would like continued support for the Karibuni Trust:
Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church, Eskdale Road, Stoke Mandeville, HP22 5UJ

www.karibuni.org.uk





 


 


























 

 

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