St Jude's United Church
Services in St Jude's Church
Details of services may be found by clicking on the services tab above
Audio Visual Equipment
We hope very much that we will be able to return to normal activities soon in St Jude's. It is a building which is conducive to prayer and has good acoustics, so it is a great venue for services and concerts. It also allows people to meet and enjoy refreshments, which has been sadly missed. So we hope that as many as possible will come in person and find meaning, enjoyment and fellowship here.
However it is clear that there is a demand for online services to continue — for those who cannot come in person but are part of the community of St Jude's. We would also hope in future to provide live-streaming for baptisms, weddings and funerals when requested and also for our concerts. At present we are using equipment generously loaned to us, but we feel it is time now to buy our own. The cost (including the power supply) will be in the region of £10,400. Some of the amount has already been pledged and we are asking for donations to complete our target. Please do give generously, if you can, in thanks for all God’s provisions for us. Any monies which come in over and above our target will be diverted to other projects within St Jude's.
How to donate
Donations to St Jude’s Church can always be made using online banking directly to our accounts (CAF Bank 40-52-40, 00013020) and (NatWest 60-07-33, 02317990) Please mark donations AV if they are for the AV equipment appeal.
You can also donate to the Audio Visual appeal using the QR code.
Please look for further announcements on our website and Facebook page or via notices displayed outside St Jude’s. Please stay safe and well. May God bless and watch over you all.
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Contact Telephone Number 01784 434133
Culture Recovery Fund
St Jude’s Church Englefield Green has received a grant of up to £18300: £3700 for specific items involved in reopening completely – including display and publicity materials – and up to £14600 to recover, from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
Our local MP, Dr Ben Spencer, visited St Jude’s last week to hear about it. We will put more details here soon.
St Jude's Church has been at the heart of Englefield Green for over 150 years. The Parish is part of the Diocese of Guildford and falls under the Deanery of Runnymede.
As a 'Local Ecumenical Partnership' (LEP) between the Church of England and the Methodist Church, St Jude's became St Jude's United Church and has a joint Anglican and Methodist heritage. We therefore offer a diverse programme of worship activities to suit all ages, tastes and needs.
St Jude’s United Church is committed to safeguarding all those who attend this church, a copy of the Diocesan safeguarding policy can be found here. Further information about how to report a safeguarding concern or incident can be found here.
The church is also fortunate to have two separate church halls (The Village Centre in Victoria Street and the Church Hall in Bond Street), and the Monsell Room (a separate meeting/function room attached to the church). Please contact us if you would like to enquire about booking one of these facilities.
Further information about the Village Centre facilities and opening hours can be found here.T
What goes on at St Jude's
We have a full programme of worship activities catering for all all ages and all tastes, more information is available on our 'Services' page.
We regularly hold concerts in the church, which vary from organ recitals to community variety programmes. Please go to our 'News and events' page for further details about upcoming concerts.
St Jude's Road, Englefield Green TW20 0BZ, UK