We live in very challenging times that are causing us to change some of our dearly loved ways of life.
Because of the Covid-19 St Barnabas is now closed for all activities – worship and community use.
In this situation Love Me Love My Mind will do all that it can to continue to be a supportive charity to Epsom and Ewell and beyond at this time.
To enable this to happen, the following will remain in place until the current crisis has abated:
I pray you’ll be our eyes
and watch us where we go
And help us to be wise
in times when we don’t know
Let this be our prayer
when we lose our way
Lead us to a place
guide us with your grace
To a place where
Monday Drop In
All members of the Monday drop in will be contacted by phone, mail or email on a weekly basis. If you would like to be part of this ‘virtual’ community, please email firstname.lastname@example.org , leave a message on 01372 721518 or write to LMLMM, St Barnabas Church, Temple Road, Epsom KT19 8HA.
LET’S TALK Epsom
Let’s Talk Epsom will also be a virtual community with a new contact email: email@example.com
Phone number and address as above.
May planning meeting
The May planning meeting for this year’s Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival has been cancelled but the Festival community that has developed over the years will remain in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
New members always welcome. At the moment we are still working towards holding the Festival on 3-10 October.
Annual General Meeting
We are hoping that our Annual General Meeting will be held in the autumn, rather than the previously booked day in May.
Events through the year
The monthly ‘Events through the year’ will not happen in April and May.
WHERE TO GET HELP
There are some local and national resources that you may find helpful at this difficult time:
Safe Haven The Larches, 44 Waterloo Road, Epsom, Surrey KT19 8EX
Opening Times: 6pm-11pm
365 days a year
Over the last ten years, we have provided a weekly drop in session and our annual Epsom Mental Health Week to the local community. Through this experience, we have seen that there is a great need for information around mental health issues and also a place where people can come and talk about some of the difficult issues they are experiencing.
We hope that you enjoy learning more about our organisation and please do come along to Epsom Mental Health Week in October. Everyone is welcome, wherever you live.