Our aim is to build bridges of understanding, trust and cooperation between communities of work, faith, leisure and society and to serve people by providing pastoral care for anyone who lives in, works in or visits the town centre.
We aim to do this through outreach work with volunteers who give of their time to care for, help and listen to anyone who is in need regardless of their circumstances. In October 2008 we launched Guildford Street Angels on Friday nights and expanded it to include Saturdays in June 2009. Street Angels seek to care for people who find themselves vulnerable late at night in the town centre.
Since January 2010, Rod Boreham has been in post as Town Centre Chaplain. In this role he aims to bring a spiritual dimension to town centre life and build bridges of understanding, trust and cooperation between communities of work, faith, business, leisure and society and, together with a team of volunteer chaplains, to provide a caring, listening presence for anyone who lives in, works in or visits the town centre.