CRoFTT Benefice Office
CRoFTT Benefice Office
Church services and important information
After the service at Tortworth on 1st May, the Rev. Sue will no longer be Associate Priest. This means that the benefice will not continue in its present form; the five parishes will be separate entities. There will no longer be a benefice office or a central point of contact. This means that the churchwardens of each church
will need to be contacted directly.
Cromhall: Ann Greenhalgh 01454 294200
Tortworth: Hilary Legg 01454 413234
or Fen Marshall 01454 260821
Tytherington: John Williams 01454 412515 or
Phil Coward 01454 281444
Until September, the parishes of Falfield and Rockhampton will still be looked after by Rev.Frances who may be contacted on 01453 519099
Rockhampton: Liz Cullimore 01454 412208
Falfield: Headley Pain 01454 269017
or Sian Hogg email@example.com
If you cannot get hold of them, please try one of the other Wardens who will try to help you. But bear in mind they do have other lives and may not be available instantly. However,leave a message and they will deal with it as soon as they can. Failing that, contact David .Russell, the Area Dean on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone. (01454) 294267
Visiting is part of the Church’s Ministry. If you would like a visit from someone from the church, please call the respective Churchwarden who will do their best to arrange it.
If you are going into or in hospital…
You can help to make sure that the church team can respond as you would like us to when you are ill.
It’s important that if you are admitted to hospital, you do three things:-
Make sure someone tells one of the ministry team that you are going into hospital – ask them to pass on the message as appropriate.
Make it plain to the hospital staff whether (or not!) you would like a visit. This means that when someone rings up, they won’t have to spend time saying ‘hang on, ‘I’ll just ask him/her…’
Make it plain what sort of visit you would like: would you prefer a friend from the church or one of the visiting team or would you particularly like a clergy visit? If you want to be certain of a private, one to one chat, don’t be afraid to ask the hospital staff if they will allow your minister to come outside normal visiting hours, so that they don’t take up precious time and space from your family.