Our church buildings are open for private prayer at various times in the week - see poster below. Our weekly Online Services are available on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube channel. They are also available on our website and email. If you would like to receive our weekly emails please contact us and we will make sure you receive them. We are a vibrant community of four churches in Alton, Holybourne and Beech and look forward to welcoming you in the future

Events

Morning Prayer on Facebook Live – every morning at 9am

March 30, 2020 – September 30, 2020
9:00am - 9:30am

Please join us on Facebook for a live Morning Prayer. A different member of clergy will be leading the Prayer each day. Just log on to the Parish of the Resurrection Facebook page at 9am and join in. See you there. POTR Facebook

Compline on Facebook Live every evening at 8pm

April 14, 2020 – September 30, 2020
8:00pm - 8:30pm

Join us for Compline prayer every evening on Facebook Live at 8pm. Different members of our Ministry team will lead the prayer each evening

News

Survey of church life since the start of lockdown and the way ahead

The Covid 19 Futures Group, appointed by the PCC, would like to capture your views about your prayer life, Sunday worship, church life and fellowship to help us discern God’s plan for the way ahead. They would really appreciate you taking the time to complete an online survey. See link below Please note the closing […]

Citizens Advice Vacancies

Citizens Advice are advertising two posts which are crucial to Citizens Advice being able to meet local demand for our advice in coming months. Please click below for links to the two job descriptions and ways to apply.  The closing date is 3rd August so not much time to get applications in. Volunteering and Training […]

Fairtrade Face Masks

Now we will need to be wearing face coverings when shopping I’m very pleased to announce that I am selling Traidcraft Face masks, at £4 each. My sister and brother in law kindly modelled them for me and my first order was bought almost entirely by my family. I’ve got a new supply due any […]

Coming Back To Church – please fill in this short survey

We are looking in to the safety and practicalities of opening our church buildings for public worship and would very much value your responses to two very simple questions which are included in this survey. Please click the link, read the information and respond to the questions. Then submit the form. Thank you – it […]

Traidcraft – Bargains to be had!

As lock down restrictions ease you may be looking forward to inviting friends into your garden for a catch up. I’ve got some Fairtrade Half Price Offers to help you give your guests a treat! Fruit and Oat Cookies, now only £1 ( best before 14th July) Stem Ginger Cookies, now only £1 ( best […]

Job Advert – Alton Foodbank Manager

The Alton Foodbank is seeking to recruit a foodbank manager for 14 hours a week on a permanent contract. Please see the attached job description/service spec for further details. If you would like to apply  then please complete the attached application form & return it by 5pm Friday 3rd July by email to: trustees@alton.foodbank.org.uk. It is anticipated […]

Churches reopening for private prayer! Please see poster for set opening times

  To ensure the safety of all visitors to the church, anyone visiting our churches must: Comply with the current social distancing guidelines, so please keep 2 metres from anyone else in the church There will be guidance in each church to follow for example where you are able to sit, hand washing etc

01420 579015 – Share to people without the internet

If you know any family or relatives who do not have access to the internet but would enjoy hearing our Sunday Service, please pass this number to them. It is local rate number. Some people are missing the connection to Church but are not able access YouTube or Facebook. Calling this number will help them […]

The Upper Room – 24 hours of prayer! Pentecost 2020

Please join us virtually for 24 hours of prayer in the Upper Room. This Saturday, beginning at 9am, members of clergy from the diocese will be hosting an hour of prayer each over 24 hours. The schedule of who is praying at what time can be found here