Welcome to St Peter & St Paul, Hockley
CHURCH CLOSED AND ALL PUBLIC SERVICES SUSPENDED
You may already be aware that, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, all public services in the Church of England are suspended. In addition, given the importance of social distancing, our Diocesan Bishop has directed that all churches in the Chelmsford Diocese are to close until further notice. (If you need to discuss a baptism, wedding or funeral, please check our dedicated pages from the menu. You may also wish to discuss your enquiry with one of the clergy here. Please call either Father Ken Havey on 01702 203668, or the Revd. Stephanie Stroebel on 01702 200901.)
Please know that we, the clergy and congregation of St Peter & St Paul, are praying for you, our parish community.
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May God bless you and your loved ones, and keep you safe.
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We are committed to ensuring that St Peter & St Paul is a safe place for all.
The Parochial Church Council of St Peter & St Paul has adopted the House of Bishops’ Promoting a Safer Church Safeguarding Policy Statement – https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2017-12/PromotingSaferChurchWeb.pdf
Our Parish Safeguarding Representative is Liz Marlow. She can be contacted at by e-mail at: email@example.com
St Peter & St Paul is part of the Diocese of Chelmsford. For further information about Safeguarding in the Diocese of Chelmsford click here: https://www.chelmsford.anglican.org/safeguarding
For information about the Diocesan Safeguarding Team and Safeguarding contacts in the Diocese of Chelmsford click here. Link to https://www.chelmsford.anglican.org/safeguarding/safeguarding-contacts This page includes contact details for Safeguarding organisations and charities.
If you believe that somebody is in immediate risk of danger or harm you should call 999 and ask for the police.