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Lent Challenge


Throughout Lent Bishop Andrew challenged us to become more prayerful and confident disciples though Transforming Lent. With a series of guest authors offering scriptural reflections on what it means to be a confident disciple of Christ we were taken on a wide ranging journey through the Bible.


Download the Transforming Lent Daily Reflections now by clicking the link below - the booklet is perfect to be printed for exploration by individuals and groups.



As ever the lent challenge is raising important money for charities to help them make an indelible impact in their communities - both domestic and international.

Money raised by Transforming Lent 2019 will be split evenly between two charities:

  • Bishop of Guildford’s Communities Fund (formerly the Bishop of Guildford's Foundation) who offer grants to local charities - find out more about their work
  • Church Missionary Society to support their work to bring hope and change to communities in DR Congo and Tanzania - find out more (PDF)
How to give

Donations by cheque should be payable to the Guildford Diocesan Board of Finance, and addressed to:

The Bishop of Guildford’s Lent Challenge
Church House Guildford
20 Alan Turing Road


​The Bishop of Guildford's Lent Challenge 2019 is on JustGiving - making it easy to donate or fundraise for the Lent Challenge campaign.

Donate to the challenge

With an account on JustGiving you are able to donate directly to the Lent Challenge through the link below.

Donate through JustGiving

Fundraise for the challenge

To fundraise for the lent challenge you need an account on JustGiving which is free and easy to sign up for. To raise funds for the challenge please click on the link below and sign in or register on JustGiving.

Fundraise through JustGiving

Once you're signed in you are then asked what you are doing to raise funds as shown below.


After selecting what you are doing you are then asked for a few more details before your fundraising page is set up which can then be shared with friends.

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