Welcome to the Parish of Cranleigh and Bramley.
Please look around and find out about us.

Through our worship in prayer and liturgy we seek always to become a community of faith, hope and love, building inclusive relationships with people of faith and none, reaching out to those in need.

Our parish is made up of all sorts of people – old, young, middle aged; married, single and divorced or separated; from Britain, Ireland, Europe, the Americas and Asia and Africa – this is their home.

We are people who realise – however faintly – that we need to find God in our lives and we come together each week to meet Jesus in the Word of Scripture, the Sacraments and in each other.

We believe that we meet Christ in each other and that we need each other which is why we seek to strengthen our community in faith, hope and love at all times.

We hope that everyone who participates in the life of the Church here in Cranleigh and Bramley will realise that  they are always welcome, always loved, and always valued as people made in the image and likeness of God.

This parish is part of the Dioceses of Arundel & Brighton.
The Arundel & Brighton Diocesan Trust is a registered charity
no 252878

We have two Churches

Jesus Christ Redeemer of Mankind in Cranleigh, St Nicholas Avenue, GU6 7AQ and  St Thomas More in the High Street of Bramley GU5 0HG  



All the sacraments of the Church take their power from the Paschal Mystery of Easter in which Jesus, who was crucified, rose from the dead and is now alive and working in the Church to forgive, heal, strengthen and order all of creation is encountered afresh.  The Church administers the Sacraments in His name and they become real, life giving encounters with the Risen Christ.

In the Catholic Church, there are seven sacraments:
BaptismConfirmation – Eucharist – the Sacraments of initiation

Reconciliation and Healing – the Sacraments of forgiveness and renewal.

Holy Orders and Holy Matrimony – the Sacraments of Order