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Refugees arriving in the diocese

Several families of refugees ​have now arrived in the diocese under the resettlement programme, and more are planned.

The diocesan team ​have been liaising with the county and borough councils to help support the ​refugees as they settle in. We have enough support for the current families ​- we have volunteers supporting teaching, offering transport and befriending. Your help has been essential in this process - thank you for all your generous donation and offers.

As new families arrive the need for new volunteers will ​arise. Please watch ​this space for further details.


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04 May 2017
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Dorking vicar welcomes refugees into his home Dorking St Paul News Refugees

14 February 2017
"It shows something of who God is what God is like and what we received from Him in Christ.”

Comment on the response to the Dubs Amendment Refugees News

14 February 2017
"I fully support the Archbishop's call to continue our long and proud history of helping the most vulnerable."

Local refugee welcoming project wins £2,000 Refugees

17 November 2016
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Iraq Appeal 16

St Mary’s organises winter aid for refugees Chiddingfold Refugees

11 October 2016
St Mary’s Church, Chiddingfold, has organised collections for refugees from conflict zones in Syria and Iraq
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Romans 12:2

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