Welcome to our Website


We hold a service at 10am every Sunday

Newcomers and visitors are very welcome


                    You do not need to be confirmed or a communicant

                                   to come to any of these services. 


If you have any special requirements or would like more information before visiting, please contact churchwardens@ripleychurch.org.uk


The 1st and 3rd Sundays in a month are traditional Communion services

(currently with a visiting vicar).


The 2nd Sunday of the month is the family service which is more informal. There are children’s/young people’s groups in the church room split between under 9/10 years and over 9/10 years.  You are welcome to stay with your children or remain in the church service whilst they do their activities.  It is very flexible!


The 4th Sunday in the month is a traditional service of the word (no Communion).


Any 5th Sunday in the month is a café style service around small tables in the church room, followed by a discussion about church life.


Our 10:00am services are available in Church and on Zoom


Go to our Sunday Services page for more information

Please use our Give a Little page to make any special offering to the Church.



We really benefit most from regular giving
and, if you are a tax payer, Gift Aid.
For more information
on how to set this up email our Treasurer

Thank you for your generosity


Next Service


Communion Service

21st August 2022 at 10:00



Upcoming Services


We now have a Broadband connection in church. 




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Trusted organisations already operating in Ukraine and among the refugees are:

  1. UNHCR -https://www.unrefugees.org.uk/take-action/how-to-help-ukraine/
  2. UNICEF emergency appeal  - https://www.unicef.org.uk/donate/donate-now-to-protect-children-in-ukraine/
  3. British Red Cross – Ukranian Crisis Appeal -donate.redcross.org.uk/appeal/ukraine-crisis-appeal 
The war in Ukraine is a tragedy for the Ukrainian people and for the rest of the world.   People are naturally asking how we can help.  Aid agencies are beginning to ask for cash donations instead of goods as it is easier to buy emergency supplies than it is to ship them.  See https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-60602092.  The Disasters Emergency Appeal have launched a fundraising appeal and the UK government will match fund up to £20m.  I am therefore encouraging everyone who is able to make a donation by clicking HERE.  Let us pray for the people of Ukraine, the refugees, those who are caring for them  and for an end to hostilities



Our Parish is committed to following the policies of the Church
to keep children and vulnerable adults safe from harm.

Concerns of any sort should be reported to 
the Parish Safeguarding Officer, Jamie Hogg
the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor

Contact information:
 Jamie Hogg - safeguarding@ripleychurch.org.uk

Diocesan Safeguarding Officer - jackie.broadfoot@cofeguildford.org.uk

We take our policy and responsibilities very seriously and will deal with any concerns raised promptly and with discretion.

For details of the Past Case Review (PCR2) please follow this link

Our Safeguarding policy

Are you a survivor or victim of church related abuse? 

Please follow this link for further information