Electoral Roll

If you wish to join the Parish of Grayswood Electoral Roll which entitles you to vote at future Annual Parochial Church Meetings (APCM), please complete an application form and return it to the Parish Office.

Click here to complete the Electoral Form online or you can download a copy here to post back to us: Application-for-Enrolment-Electoral-Roll.

Completed forms should be scanned and emailed to the Parish Administrator or placed in the box in the Church Porch as soon as possible. If you have attended church for more than six months and you are baptised, then you are encouraged to have your name added to the Roll as this helps with general communication and for us to get to know you better.  If you have any questions please contact our Electoral Roll Officer  Valerie Digby

Safeguarding - Past Cases Review

As a church we are committed to the support, nurture and protection of all our church community. As part of the Church of England, we have shared commitment to ensuring that our churches are the safest possible spaces in which all God’s people can flourish and grow in holiness, with a special care for the wellbeing of the children, young people and vulnerable adults with whom God has entrusted us.

Past Cases Review: The Past Cases Review 2 (PCR2) has been ordered by the House of Bishops to ensure that our churches and church related activities are as safe as possible for children and vulnerable adults.  The file review will now commence in May 2021, having been delayed by the global pandemic. You can read more about it here.

A copy of our Parish Safeguarding Policy can be found here: parish-statement-of-safeguarding-policy 2022

Details for our Safeguarding Contacts can be found here: Diocese and Parish Safeguarding Team


Our Annual Meetings celebrating the life of the church will be held on 23rd April 2023 immediately after the morning service in the Village Hall.

Please do come along to these most important meetings of the year - the Annual Meeting of Parishioners (APM) at which we elect our Churchwardens and Deputy Churchwardens, and our Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) where we celebrate the life of the church, hear the reports for the past year, and elect members to represent you on the PCC. Apologies to Tracy Garland please (pccsecgrayswood@gmail.com)

You can find the accounts, last year's minutes and this year's agenda here

Our Church Day 2019

In 2019, we took time out to explore talents within the church family and to identify ways to grow our church. You can download a summary of the day by clicking here Church Day

There were some great ideas on the day. Could you offer to take on one of the ideas? Speak to Fi, Jane or Jackie.

Church at Home

The BBC Website hosts a daily service of worship, with previous days also available for listening. You can reach the web page here Link to Radio 4 Daily Service

The Church of England publish online set of prayers and words of Daily Prayer.
This is available as a set of text on-screen or you can download and App for Android or Apple devices.

Please keep those families affected by Domestic Abuse in your prayers.

South West Surrey Domestic Abuse Outreach Team is still working for those affected by Domestic Abuse you.

SWSDAOS needs our communities more than ever to help them continue to provide life-saving support for survivors and children, so please consider doing the following;

  • Please listen out for your neighbours and call for help if you think someone is at risk.
  • If safe to do so, please reach out to anyone you believe is in an abusive relationship and encourage them to contact SWSDAOS for advice and support, in particular around safety planning during these times.
  • If it is not safe for the survivors themselves to contact us then SWSDAOS are always willing to support friends, family and any professional, so they can safely pass information on.
  • Please keep victims and children affected by domestic abuse in your prayers.

Above all be kind, survivors and children more than ever need to know that when they are ready you are there for them and that there is support available.

Anyone needing advice can ring the SWSDAOS helpline on 01483 898884

Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm

Your call will be answered by a trained Domestic Abuse Support Worker. If they are unable to answer please leave a short message with safe contact details and a member of staff will ring you back. SWSDAOS also have a 24 hour answerphone or you can email swr@swsda.org.uk .

In an emergency dial 999

Domestic Abuse Covid19 (pdf)



The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has launched a free national phone line as a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes.  Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.

Callers will hear a special greeting from the Archbishop before being able to choose from a range of options, including hymns, prayers and reflections.

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