St Andrews Wraysbury
The Rev. Colin Gibson,
The Vicarage, 55 Welley Road, Wraysbury, TW19 5ER
Enquiries: 01784 481258
Other points of Contact
Beryl Walters: (01784 482092)
Mike Miller: (01784 558972)
Tony Hermes (01784 558572)
Some people have received a message like this from "Rev Colin Gibson".
I need a favour from you, Are you available here on email?
Good Morning , Are you free at the moment? As i will like you to help me with a task.
This is not from Vicar Colin even if it looks as if it has come from his email address. Vicar Colin will never ask you for money or for help in this way. If you have ANY concerns about an email from Vicar Colin or Benta please either phone the vicarage or use the contact link here on the website to ask if the email is legitimate
If you respond to the email "Rev Colin Gibson" will ask you for money - Please do not reply - just delete the message. I would recommend that you sign up for Thames Valley Alert emails as they regularly explain how to identify scam emails. https://www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk/
Our local PCSO, Les Bradfield, has arranged a meeting in Wraysbury Village Hall on 21st July (6pm to 8pm) to focus on current scams and frauds – and how not to be a victim – all are welcome to attend
We are legally permitted to meet – but we must still do everything in our power to limit the spread of infection.
We shall still be observing the recommended precautions:
Although masks are no longer compulsory we continue to recommend them for your safety. We have reserved pews for those who wish to ensure that they are isolated from other churchgoers. People using those pews must wear a mask.
Please see the newsletter on the Events tab to read about the steps we must take to protect each other
Colin asks if you can help - St Andrew's finances are being hard hit in the current pandemic, please click here or scan the QR code to see how you can help
We are a local church whose mission is to is to spread the good news of Jesus Christ and to increase the Christian family through our prayers, our worship and our God-centred lives.
We, like most churches, are made up of a wide variety of people of all ages and experiences of life. Some of us have had a lifelong relationship with Christ, some of us are exploring the foothills, all of us are travelling on the journey of faith.
"What really fires me up in ministry is when I see people's relationship with God come alive as they go deeper with Jesus. Jesus said, 'I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full'."
2pm St Andrew's Cafe
7.30pm Bell Ringing Practice
St Andrew’s Church is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children, young people and vulnerable adults who fall within our care. A copy of our Safeguarding Policy may be viewed here
If you have any concerns at all about the welfare of children or vulnerable adults you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer: Heather Hermes on 01784 391417 email: HermesHev57@gmail.com or the vicar, Colin Gibson on 01784 481258 email: email@example.com
Alternatively you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser:
Richard Woodley on 07391 686478, email: SafeguardingReferrals@oxford.anglican.org or the Local Authority Social Services team on 01628 683150
There are a range of groups who meet informally over the course of the week: Please use the contact form or email Secretary.HortonAndWraysbury@gmail for more details