We are an old church on a new and creative adventure following Jesus.
Due to the current situation within our country we are wanting to be sensitive to the current health needs of our church, the local community & nation and enable people to spend time with God.
Therefore the church building and grounds will be open but there will be no programmed church gathering in the building. For those who do wish to visit the church for personal prayer and reflection especially on Sunday morning, the church will be open between 10.30am and 11.15am & 11.30am and 12.15am. The church will follow and facilitate the relevant social distancing guidelines, that require a max of 10 people in the building and non-family groups to stay at least 2m (6ft) apart and for everyone to wash or sanitize hands when entering and leaving the building.
Springwater seeks to be an influence of love, hope and justice in whatever community we are connected with. We partner with various local, national and international groups supporting their valuable work and often have diverse speakers from these connections contributing to our gatherings, especially on a Sunday morning. Our aim is to be inclusive and engaged with those around us reflecting the words of Jesus where he asked us to ‘Love God with all our heart and love our neighbours as ourselves’.
Currently our community support groups are not meeting at the church but are engaged in different and creative ways to support each other and those in vulnerable situations in their local community.
We are connecting with various agencies and in the process of setting up a support network that will include everyone so that no-one feels isolated.
To help support this network Springwater has set up a food bank in partnership with Sonning Common Primary School and Christian Community Action in Sonning Common. This resource is available to all and we are connecting with surrounding churches and the local parish council to impact as many as possible.
Contact the church office for further details.