We want to walk with those who need support because of the activities of Jonathan Fletcher which have recently come to light.

Our deep concern is for any who might have been adversely affected (and we include in that spouses and children of those affected) – whether through involvement at Emmanuel Wimbledon, other churches, summer camps, or personal connections in the UK or abroad.

We want to make it as easy as possible for any who have, to any extent, been adversely affected to come forward for pastoral support and independent professional counselling support, as some have already. You can do this here, either to agencies independent of Emmanuel Church and the Church of England, or by ringing Sarah Hall, whose contact details are below.

In this situation, where a serious concern has arisen involving a senior church leader, we do not want to ignore those who have been hurt in an attempt to preserve reputations. We are humbly seeking to be open about failings, and to walk with those who are hurting. We acknowledge that some who have been affected may now be in a different place of Christian conviction or, indeed, have moved away from their Christian faith. We want to hear from everybody’s experience and to offer support that is appropriate to your needs, including free independent professional counselling.

On this site you will find suggestions on how to respond and resources available for all those directly or indirectly affected. We recognise you may well be better placed than us to suggest ways we could serve and help those who have suffered so please do get in touch.

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Emmanuel Wimbledon
24 Ridgway
Wimbledon
Greater London
SW19 4QN
Emmanuel Church Wimbledon is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales with company number 07904564. Emmanuel is registered with the Charity Commission with charity number 1146577.