Our parish contains four churches, providing a range of worship styles…
We join together for worship at All Saints – a building which was built in 1874 to serve the growing population of the town.
Come and join us for 8am Holy Communion on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month and at 10.30am for other services.
We meet in a mediaeval church building set in a beautiful location in the small village of Holybourne.
Come and join us at 9.15 am for our Sunday service of Holy Communion or on the second Sunday of each month, join us for our Funday Sunday Service at 10.30 am – a more informal Communion service with all-age activities.
St Lawrence church building was originally a Norman church which has been extended over the centuries, and has a remarkable history which includes being the scene of a significant battle in the Civil War.
Come and join us for 8.00 BCP Holy Communion – a traditional and reflective said service. At 10.30 we’d love to welcome you to our sung Communion service with our wonderful choir or on the third Sunday of each month, our informal Lighthouse service (without Holy Communion). Young people are invited to join in with our Lighthouse programme and there are creche facilities for pre-school age children.
This church building was originally built as a mission church in 1902 by Commander du Santoy Anstis RN, RNR for the Anglican community of Beech on land donated by him. The bell came from one of his early ships – the “Tagus”.
We would love to welcome you to our services: 1st Sunday (9.15am) for Cafe Style Church and discussion; 2nd and 3rd Sundays (9.15am) for Holy Communion and 4th Sunday at 5pm for Songs of Praise followed by Presecco.