The next service will be on
20th June


9.30am online


10.30am St Nicholas


Masks Required

Welcome to our church website. We thank you for chosing to spend a few moments looking around, discovering our church community.

Godstone United Benefice comprises of three Anglican Churches, each sitting at the heart of the community it serves. The Churches are:

St Nicholas' in Godstone 

St Stephen's in South Godstone 

St John's in Blindley Heath 


We will continue you to hold services both online and in person during this period.


If you want to attend in person then please wear a mask.  Do not mix with other households, and try to remain at least 2 metres from anyone who is not part of your household.

We will be making a list of those who attend so that we can contact you should anyone who attends subsequently test positive for Covid-19.

Services can be found on our Youtube channel:

The latest service should be at the top of the page.


You can be notifed about future services if you login into Youtube (you may need to create an account) and then click on the red “Subscribe” button then I understand that you will be notified about new videos.  You may need to watch a few seconds of a video after subscribing - otherwise Youtube may decide to unsubscribe you!


There is no cost to “subscribing” despite the word!

During the next few weeks we will be continuing with the internet services on Sundays at 9.30am

On Sunday 20th June there will be a service at

St Nicholas' Church in Godstone at 10.30am

On Sunday 27th June we will be in

St John's, Blindley Heath and St Stephen's, South Godstone

at 10.30am

We will also be looking at ways in which we can pray together, and worship together in our three churches.

live sunday service:

every sunday at 9:30

Live Online Services


In these difficult times it will often not be possible to attend the funeral of someone close to us.

The Church of England has produced a short liturgy for you to use at home while the funeral is happening. I hope you find this of some comfort at what will be a very difficult moment.  

The liturgy is here.