“To our new Oakhall Church Neighbours – thank you!” – a letter posted through our nearest 100 doors about today…

Oakhall Church

181 Chaldon Road




16th November 2018

Dear Oakhall Church neighbours,

Thank you for your patience over these last years as we have slowly gained planning permission, demolished derelict Garrod House and built the new home for Oakhall Church. 

It has been 10 years since we first began to be in touch with you about the possibility of rejuvenating the Chaldon Road site. Thank you for all of your communication and support during these years. We are very grateful to now be in the last stages of the project – and moving into the building.

This week, you have probably seen the fencing coming down and many of us inside arranging finishing touches. As we settle in, we are delighted to let you know that we begin to meet in the new building this weekend. Our Sunday morning meetings begin at 10:30am, our Sunday evening events at 6pm. You will see us walking or driving in to meet together. Although we will still be working out where the light switches are, as with any of our events, you are warmly welcome! 

We will continue to work on the inside of the building right up to our Opening Week 6th-10th February 2019 – when all of Caterham are invited to a series of creative and, we hope you’ll find, inspiring events! These events will be an opportunity to explore the building and hear more about our story. We hope that you will be able to join us.

Details of all our events are on our website: www.OakhallChurch.org.uk 

We hope that you will find us to be good neighbours. If there is anything you would like to talk to us about, please feel free to pop into the building – or to write an email to: neighbours@oakhallchurch.org.uk

We look forward to sharing this precious corner of Caterham with you.

With warm greetings from all at Oakhall Church!


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