St. Dunstan with Holy Angels, Cranford
(Reg.Charity No. 1133842)
Father Michael Gill SSC
34 High Street, Cranford, Middx, TW5 9RG
020 8897 8836
Can I come?
You are always welcome to join in any activity…just come along!
People become members of the Church (God’s Family), by being baptised. We prepare people for baptism as children and as adults.
Those who want to become more committed are confirmed. In this Parish there is an annual Confirmation Group.
To begin with – just turn up on Sunday!
For all enquiries about baptisms, marriages and other general areas of parish life,
please contact Fr Michael.
What’s in it for you and me?
- An opportunity to meet other people with similar needs, problems and joys, who are prepared to help each other
- An opportunity to discover God and meaning in life
- A community to belong to and make friends
Here are some of the things that take place in the Church’s life…
- Sunday morning celebration.
- Daily worship.
- Regular Bible study groups.
- Cranford Good Neighbours community group meet for their lunch clubs on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Little Angels (a parent and toddler group) on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
- Brownies meet on a Wednesday evening.
- Regular teaching about the Christian Faith & preparation for Confirmation.
- Pilgrimages & opportunities for Spiritual renewal.
…and many others – including social events!
The Parish of Cranford is a community…
- Part of the Church of England
- Part of the Universal Church of Jesus Christ
- A family of people of all ages who think God is important and has a place in our lives
- People who are just ordinary, and make lots of mistakes, but try to follow Jesus Christ
- People who care about the values of our society and the life of our local area
St Dunstan’s and Holy Angels are buildings…
- Where people meet on Sunday mornings and every day to pray together
- Places of quiet
- Places of celebration
- Places where different clubs, groups and activities for all ages take place throughout the week in the Church Halls
- Meeting places which are available for use by the wider community
For Diocesan Safeguarding contacts, please go to the website “A Church Near You” and click on the safeguarding tab at the bottom of the page.