Clergy Families Network

Clergy Families Network Pond

The Clergy Families Network is an informal group which seeks to serve and support clergy and their families. The programme for 2019 is as follows:

  1. A Clergy+One evening at Willow Grange on Thursday 20th June 2019, 7pm drinks, 7.30-10pm sit down meal. The event is open to all serving clergy, who are welcome to bring a spouse, partner or close friend. The meal will take place in a marquee in Willow Grange gardens, with music and excellent company! (An invitation will be sent to clergy in February).
  2. A Clergy  Families Afternoon at Willow Grange on Sunday 23rd June 2019, from 3-5pm. This will include cream teas and ice-creams, boat rides on the lake, a bouncy slide, a treasure hunt, face-painting, games and the opportunity to explore Willow Grange's extensive gardens. This event is open to all clergy, whether married or single, and with or without children. (An invitation will be sent to serving clergy in February).
  3. A Reflection Day for clergy spouses at Willow Grange on Saturday 21st September, from 9am - 1pm, starting with a light breakfast. The day will be led by Revd Sarah Hutton, the Diocesan Spiritual Growth Facilitator, on the theme Roots and Shoots - growing Deeper and Wider. (An invitation will be sent via serving clergy, and also to spouses who have given their email addresses to Mary Morris at Willow Grange).

Summer Events Invitation 2019

Information about the Network will be sent to all clergy in the Diocese, and should be passed on to spouses/partners/children as appropriate. If clergy spouses would like to be contacted personally as well, please contact Mary Morris.

Clergy Families Network has team members throughout the Diocese, and contact details are as follows:

Revd Beverly Watson Guildford 
Louise Davies (Chair and Treasurer) Clandon
Fiona Bryer Ripley
Hilary Aiken Pyrford
Suzie Jenkins (Secretary) Great Bookham
Sylvie Yelland Dorking
Jules Hopkins Woking
Amanda Stewart Farnborough
Jenny Jonas Westcott
Rona Stuart-Bourne Merrow

Clergy Families Network Information Letter

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