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Church Reopening

Based on 1 Peter 2:17, we want:
  • Everyone to feel safe, 
  • No-one to feel left out (the same service will be available online)
  • The wider community to feel respected and safe and welcome,
  • To submit to the authorities,
  • To fear God.
We are reopening the church on 
Sunday mornings from from 10:30-11:30am 
starting on July 12th

Due to the current restrictions on social distancing, we will only have enough space to accommodate 12 people/couples in our church at the moment. This should be enough to handle our regulars (we know a number will stay away). If you are a visitor, please contact Dave Caughley on 07770537676 beforehand to see if we have enough extra space for you

We expect that the form of the service will consist of a time of prayer, followed by watching that week's service video. There will be a time for catching up with each other in the car park after the service, while maintaining social distancing.

Remember to bring your own bible and that sadly we will only be able to listen to the hymns whilst in the church - not sing along with them.

There are lots of rules and procedures that we need to comply with to meet the above aims, so please click this link to read the details of how we need to act.

Picture of the Holy Bible

Services Online

We are now posting weekly messages in place of our normal services:

Book recommendations
In Pete's messages, he often recommends a book to read. Here is a list of some of these:


Sadly, but not unsurprisingly, we are having to cancel all our activities during the Corona virus restrictions. Specifically,
  • No Open Home at the Caughleys'
  • No Knit and Natter
  • No Home Group on Wednesdays
  • No Thursday Bible Study
  • No Wednesday Open Doors Cafe
We will resume all of the above as soon as things improve and restrictions are lifted.

If you need help, then please phone (01273 400785, 07770 537676) or email

Messy Online
Messy Online
We have now set up online pages for our Messy Church families. Check it out!

Do you have Questions that you want answered?
We would love to talk with you after any of our Sunday services,
or contact us by email:,
or click on the link below to go to this useful site... 

Children and Young People's Work Open Doors CafeKnit and Natter 
Our TeamSpeakersSermonsMessy Church

Services are at
10:30am and 6:30pm
every Sunday,

Chailey Free Church

MAF News for Prayer

People standing around a MAF plane

In the last 10 weeks, MAF Timor-Leste has been able to provide 56 medical emergency airlifts and 13 charter flights.

Even in this time of lockdown, we’ve been able to provide many planeloads of handwashing equipment to remote Oecusse. Doctors and medical staff were also flown in, as well as money to restock the local bank.

The coronavirus situation in Timor-Leste is currently stable. The 24 confirmed cases have all been released from hospital and isolation, with no known cases of community transmission and no reported deaths. Keeping the nation’s borders closed, especially the land border with West Timor (Indonesia), has certainly helped.

Last week, MAF Pilot Marcus Grey arrived in Dili after being given special permission by Timor-Leste’s Prime Minister to enter the country during this time of lockdown.

Marcus is carrying out urgent medevacs there because pilots Jason Job and Andrew MacDonald left Timor-Leste for our Mareeba flight training centre in Australia, to conduct scheduled maintenance tasks.

Just as Jason and Andrew landed in Darwin – prior to setting off for Mareeba – Marcus flew to Same to help a woman suffering from pregnancy complications.


Please pray
  • For continued safe flights, at the same time praising God for the stable coronavirus situation in Timor-Leste.
  • That the pregnant lady who received a medevac will receive the medical help she needs and that mother and child will recover soon and remain healthy.