Information that you may find useful while you are at home
Via written and verbal communications, Facebook, Instagram, our website, and email, we will be very active in communicating updates, prayer opportunity, worship, Bible study. Everyone on our Electoral Roll should have received a prayer pack, if you did not receive one and would like us to drop one off please complete our form here: Pastoral Care Network
This also lets us know of any other needs you require at this time from practical help, someone just to chat with, or to pray with. We have many people on hand to help, and we will do our best to meet your needs or put you in touch with someone that can.
You can now access information on ‘Staying well during the Coronavirus outbreak‘: HERE
The Church of England have produced 13 days of daily biblical reflections to help us think through some of the issues associated with this time and to help support our mental health. ‘Supporting Good Mental Health’ : HERE
Also a booklet for prayers during the Coronavirus outbreak, to help those who are struggling to find words at this difficult and stressful time, and to enable Christians to worship in solidarity with one another even when it is not possible to gather in a church building. HERE
Anxiety UK recommends the ‘Apple Technique’ to deal with anxiety and worries HERE
Haslemere Town Council has put together information regarding the support that is available both locally in Haslemere and in wider Surrey for those struggling to cope during the virus. You can access the information HERE
Stay at Home if you have coronavirus symptoms and do not come to church, please contact the office to let us know so we can put in place appropriate support. We have people in place to help with shopping, urgent supplies, a friendly chat or prayer buddy.
Read the advice about staying at home.
Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if:
- you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
- your condition gets worse
- your symptoms do not get better after 7 days
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
Advice from the World Health Organisation on Mental health considerations during the Coronavirus Outbreak
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.