Guildford College are urgently seeking laptops or tablets for about 20 of their students who are 16 to 18 year old asylum seekers, to enable these students to continue their studies remotely during the current times. If you can help in any way please contact Diane Peters (email@example.com), Diocesan Refugee support adviser, who will put […]
Community Bible Study UK is offering a free online course studying ‘The Bible: God’s Amazing Book’. Joining the course, called Together, is simple. You can go to www.cbsuk.org/amazing and register right now. The course is highly recommended by those currently undertaking CBS study at St John’s.
CARE in Egham & District is a small, locally based charity which has existed for over 30 years and has provided much needed voluntary transport services for the elderly , the sick and people with disability. We are registered with Voluntary Support North Surrey and Surrey Community Action. Please note we do not operate a […]
Were you, your parents, grandparents or even great grandparents married at St John’s? If so we would love to hear from you as together with the Egham Museum we are setting up a timeline of as many people as we can find from 1820 to 2020. This will take a while to put together so please email […]
Runnymede foodbank remains critically short of the following: tinned fruit, tinned green vegetables, rice, pasta sauce, custard, cereal (medium sized boxes), sponge pudding, egg noodles (not pot) and tinned spaghetti. Donations can be dropped off at Foodbank donation points in Waitrose and Tesco. Alternatively if you are facing financial difficulties and cannot afford food, Runnymede […]