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Celebratory Festival Angel Walk raises thousands September 2021

Guildford Street Angel and Community Angel projects, run by local charity Guildford Town Centre Chaplaincy, held their first fundraising event since lockdown – a sponsored walk along the North Downs Way from Guildford to Farnham, with the help of Guildford Walkfest, and a team of Angelic sponsors. Some 30 walkers including Charity Patron’s The

Celebratory Festival Angel Walk raises thousands September 20212021-09-20T22:43:50+01:00

Podcast & New Recruitment video launched – September 2021

Podcast & New Recruitment video launched - September 2021 We've been busy on social media channels recently. We've created a video interviewing some of our fantastic Street Angels explaining a little about what we do and answering some of the questions potential volunteers might have. You can watch the video on our GTCCMedia channel

Podcast & New Recruitment video launched – September 20212021-09-06T14:21:18+01:00

Garden of Hope opens. July 2021

GARDEN OF HOPE OPENING Our Chaplain, Noelle Coe, was part of the team to launch the Garden of Hope at St Marys Church in Quarry Street, Guildford on 26 June.  The garden was designed to offer a place where people can reflect on the life changing events of the last 15 months of the

Garden of Hope opens. July 20212021-06-29T01:40:34+01:00

Volunteer Chaplains return to face to face meetings – June 2021

A number of our Volunteer chaplains were able to have a face to face socially distanced meeting in May. It was great to be able to hear each other news and how the different chaplaincies have weathered during lockdown. We were joined by Rev Paul Morris (pictured) who has recently moved to Guildford from Derby

Volunteer Chaplains return to face to face meetings – June 20212021-06-17T23:44:35+01:00

Archdeacon Paul joins Angels for night out – November 2020

It was good to have the Archdeacon of Surrey, The Venerable Paul Davies joining us for our last night out before the second lockdown. Paul joined the team and toured the town centre seeing some of the things we get up to as we care for the town. Unfortunately we'll be hanging up

Archdeacon Paul joins Angels for night out – November 20202020-11-17T20:03:02+00:00

The Angel’s are back in town! August 2020

After an enforced break due to coronavirus, the much-loved Guildford Street Angels have resumed their duties as the town’s friendly night-time patrol, providing a calming presence and a listening ear.  This is especially welcome at a time when confidence in town centres are in need of a boost.   Noelle Coe, Town Chaplain said

The Angel’s are back in town! August 20202020-08-03T00:26:01+01:00

Quiz and Curry Night Extravaganza!

QUIZ & CURRY NIGHT: Friday 15 November, 7pm We are delighted to announce that we are holding a fundraising quiz & curry night, kindly hosted by St Saviours Church in Guildford.  We hope you can join us for a fabulous quiz, masterminded by the renowned quizmaster Michael Tame, a simply delicious curry (lovingly created by

Quiz and Curry Night Extravaganza!2019-09-17T16:16:38+01:00

Guildford Town Centre Chaplaincy wins national £1,000 Movement for Good award

Guildford Town Centre Chaplaincy, well known for its Street Angel and Community Angel projects, has won a £1,000 Movement for Good award thanks to nominations from the public. The Guildford based charity was nominated to win a £1,000 boost as part of specialist insurer Ecclesiastical's Movement for Good awards, which is giving £1million to

Guildford Town Centre Chaplaincy wins national £1,000 Movement for Good award2019-06-19T11:35:07+01:00

Call My Wine Bluff

On Saturday January 26th 2019, there will be a GTCC fundraising evening at Onslow Village Hall from 7pm. A £20 ticket will provide a gourmet meal, live jazz music, an opportunity to try some blind wine tasting as well as an opportunity to win 'inspiring' prizes, so please tell your friends and get hold of

Call My Wine Bluff2019-01-02T18:47:43+00:00

New GTCC Chaplain is welcomed in

As we say a fond farewell to our chaplain of 10 years, Rod Boreham we give a very warm welcome to Rev Noelle Coe who takes over this week as our new GTCC chaplain. Noelle has a background in ministry around Surrey and beyond and has previously been involved in training and supporting pastoral assistants

New GTCC Chaplain is welcomed in2019-01-02T15:40:47+00:00
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