Serving the churches of Surrey

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Churches Together in Surrey covers the administrative county of Surrey excluding the Borough of Spelthorne (which lies north of the Thames and which belongs to West London Churchlink) but including those parts of Hampshire which are in the Anglican Diocese of Guildford.

Welcome to our website

You can find infomation here about:

  • the area covered by Churches Together in Surrey and its constituent bodies
  • the church leaders in Surrey and the covenant they signed in 2003
  • downloadable versions of the CTS Newsletter
  • news items and forthcoming events from around the county


Statement in response to the killing of Fr Jaques Hamel in Rouen, France


We are deeply saddened to learn of the brutal murder of our brother, 84 year old priest Fr Jacques Hamel, in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, Rouen, France. That a man of peace, who had dedicated his life to serving people could be killed during Mass is testimony to the evil that drives the actions of those who commit suh a crime. We offer our deepest sympathy to his family, friends and parishioners. We pray for the wellbeing of those who were taken hostage, their families and the entire community served by Fr Jacques; indeed we pray for the peace of France, Europe, the Middle East and the world for which Jesus, the Prince of Peace, gave his own life.

We call upon all people of goodwill to pray and work for justice and peace. In particular, we implore everyone to help people everywhere to pursue the path of peace and human flourishing - which is the will of Creator God.

The Presidents of Churches Together in England
27 July 2016

The Presidents of Churches Together England


Contact Information

Revd. Sue Loveday
Ecumenical Coordinator
Churches Together in Surrey
10 Abbey Gardens
Surrey KT16 8RQ

T: 01932 566920
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