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Our church is far more than a building with services on the weekend – we are a community of people who do every season of life together. In this uncertain time, there are things that we can all be doing to support each other: calling someone to encourage them, lending a hand to help a neighbour in need, praying with someone over the phone…

If you are going through a difficult time, or if you are facing distress, disease or the loss of a loved one, our pastoral team is there to pray for you and support you as best we can.


Connect Groups are small groups that gather online to study the word and pray for one another. They are the heartbeat of our church and are the primary means for connection and care within the life of our church. If you’d like to be put in touch with a Connect Group Leader, please click on the button below for more information.


If you are a medical professional, we would love to connect, encourage and support you! Our pastoral team pray daily for all frontline workers, so please click the button below and let us know where you’re from and where you’re working!


Have you recently found yourself in between jobs due to COVID-19?

We would love to pray for you and connect with you by providing support and equipping you with resources during this time, so click on the button below to get in touch with our pastoral team.





If you are in danger and are in need of urgent help, here are the numbers to dial:

  • 112: European emergency number if you are a victim or a witness to an accident in any country of the European Union (EU).
  • 15: SAMU. Emergency Medical Services. For the intervention of a medical team in a vital distress situation and to be forwarded to the proper medical facilities.
  • 17: POLICE EMERGENCY. To report a situation requiring immediate police attention.
  • 18: FIRE DEPARTMENT. To report a situation presenting a risk of death or an accident pertaining to things or people and requiring urgent attention.
  • 114: Emergency number for the hearing-impaired. If you are a victim or a witness to a situation requiring emergency attention. SMS possible.

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.” – Matt 11:28-30

What is Pastoral Care?

Pastoral Care is caring for people in such a way that they realize who they are in Christ. Pastoral Care involves development and brings order and unity into people’s lives. Pastoral Care brings others to maturity through love and support in the highs and lows of life. Pastoral Care helps create a healthy home where people can flourish and where people are becoming all they can be with God’s help. While pastorally caring for people we do not impose our direction, rather we aim to understand the unique needs that people have, and help them take steps towards their fullest life in Christ.