Welcome to the Anglican Churches of Goring, Streatley and South Stoke. These three churches together form a United Benefice and they are located on the border between Oxfordshire and Berkshire in the South of England, UK.

...and welcome to Jo Allen

...who is our new curate from the beginning of July.

Jo has recorded a video message by way of introduction.

Coronavirus Pandemic

We are all in shock as to what is happening in the world. It is good to come to the one who knows us, knows all we face, and loves us and has hope in us eternally. Nothing can separate us from God's love. He has shown us this in Jesus.

Our church buildings have now reopened for private prayer.

From time to time various resources will appear below.

Short video messages from members of the Ministry Team.

More resources are to be found in the Weekly Newsletter

The Oxford Diocese is streaming a service every Sunday at 10am, do watch and join in

The Church of England website has many resources and support advice

Please also note that some church services resumed on 5th July 2020, outdoors where possible, and following the government's guidance for places of worship. Other planned events have either been cancelled or postponed.

Last updated Saturday 15th August 2020


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St Thomas of Canterbury Church in Goring St Andrew's Church in South Stoke St Mary's Church in Streatley

In more normal times...

...you are warmly welcome to come to church at any stage of Christian understanding, whether you are a firm believer or simply interested in finding out more. You may have moved into the area recently. You may be a visitor passing by. Maybe you have been through a difficult time and feel in need of some spiritual support, or perhaps you have lived nearby for a long while but the time hasn't seemed right till now. Whatever the reason, just come to one of the services. Christianity is about developing a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, and in community with other people.

Walking through the doors of a new church takes courage but be assured that you will be well received. Everyone of all nationalities, interests, ages and backgrounds is welcome. We pray that your encounter with one of these churches will develop your faith and meet your needs at a deep level. Spend some time in these beautiful places of Christian worship. Many people feel a sense of inner peace and joy in church, that may escape us in our usual world.

Attending church regularly may help you discover a new purpose in life, a new direction. If you live in the local area, do consider joining a small home group to explore your faith further. Other Christians can guide and support you in your journey of faith.

However much we may stumble and fall in life, know always that God's eternal love, mercy and compassion are available to each one of us, as we turn to follow our Lord, Jesus Christ.