Rev Josephine Soon


“If one member suffers, all suffer together with it” (1 Cor 12:26).

Dear family in Christ,

Recently, I found myself, once again, came out of self-isolation because of Covid-19. As I am writing this letter, like many of you, I have found myself in a time of unrest and angry for many reasons. Our world is continuing suffering from the fire, floods, Covid-19 epidemic and now, we are facing the war in Ukraine!!
Therefore, I encourage all of you, in a special way, to dedicate yourself passionately to prayer and fasting for peace in Ukraine and our world.
The spiritual disciplines of Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving are the powerful spiritual weapons God has given to all the followers of His Son, Jesus Christ.
So, pick up the weapon of prayer and physical attendance at Holy Communion service, for those who are able. This is an act of unity with our brothers and sisters who are suffering in our world, especially in Ukraine.
So, pick up the weapon of fasting that is an act of solidarity with those who are poor and hunger. Fasting brings us closer to them.
Now, pick up the weapon of almsgiving so you be in One Body with the poorest in our neighbours, both at home, and in Ukraine.

A prayer for these times
God, we are angry and frightened. We know you created us for peace, but our world is just so violent...
We pray for the people of Ukraine and the people of Russia;
for their countries and their leaders.
We pray for all those who are angry and afraid
that your everlasting arms hold them in this time of great fear.
We pray for all those who have the power over life and death;
that they will choose for all people life, and life in all its fullness.
We pray for those who choose war;
that they will remember that you direct your people to turn our swords into ploughshares and seek for peace.
We pray for leaders on the world stage;
that they are inspired by the wisdom and courage of Christ.
Above all, Lord, today we pray for peace for Ukraine.
And we ask this in the name of your blessed Son.

If you would like to have a Home Communion or pastoral visit, please contact your pastoral visitor or get in touch with me directly. Praying for you a life changing lent.

Rev Josephine Soon

Pastoral Responsibilities

(with Mr Martyn Filsak liaising and assisting)



  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday - study day