Welcome to St Peter’s Titchfield, the oldest church in Hampshire, where Christians have been coming to worship God for more than 1300 years
Our Vision Statement
Welcoming all, Celebrating Life, Sharing the Journey
Tour of St Peters heritage Church
Join Richard Boden on Sunday 22nd October at 2pm for a guided tour.
Friday 27th October 7:30pm
A performance by Warsash Coral Society. Admission free with a retiring collection in aid of St Peters and Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Christmas Card Sale
Saturday 4th November 10:00am to 12:00 noon at the church. Proceeds in aid of Save the Children.
All Souls Service
4pm Sunday 5th November
This is our annual memorial service for those who have been bereaved, whether recently or a while ago. There will be an opportunity to light a candle, share in prayer or simply sit in silence as you remember your loved one. Our guest speaker will be the Chaplain of the Rowan’s Hospice, the Revd Carol Gully. There is a list at the back of the church to add names of those you would like to be remembered during the service or you may contact the Church Office (01329 847003) for inclusion. Alternatively you can add when you arrive for the service. Tea and Coffee will be available.
Please contact the Church Office if you require more information.
Saturday November 18th
Tickets £5 from Joan Angelides. This is a “Bring Your Own Supper” event
As Remembrance Sunday services will be on 12/11/17, the Traidcraft stall for November will be on 5/11/17.
For details of our Christmas services please click here
Our Prayer Diary
Our weekly Prayer diary is available by looking on the worship section.
THE KNEELER BOOK
Anyone who is familiar with the kneelers in Titchfield Church, and how magnificent they look when set up on the pew rails, will know that they convey a story of imagination, dedication and personal contribution. Anyone who has been in the church during the Summer Show in August will be aware. At the time of the project, no formal record with details of each kneeler existed, although a photographic record was prepared but not completed.
Some twenty years later, there now exists a work of reference on all 280 or so kneelers, fully illustrated and in colour, with all information that could be collected during 2014-15. Moreover, details of the original project and its progress are included. Researched and edited by David Mugford and presented by Bryan Dunleavy, this book, entitled ‘The Kneeler Project’, is now available at £12 per copy. There have been many complimentary remarks made about the book, its attractiveness and interest to anyone with involvement and connections with Titchfield and its church.
This book would make an attractive present, or simply to have on your own bookshelf. If you are interested in buying a copy, please contact David (01329-667783 and leave a message if needs be), or place an enquiry with the church office (01329-847003). He will be pleased to receive your call.
Who we are
We are a lively, diverse and inclusive community, seeking to grow in the Christian faith and to live out our faith in the world around us.
Our services vary from traditional to modern, including “Fresh Expressions ” of church for those who prefer something less formal.
If you would like to know more about the Christian faith, talk to us about baptism, confirmation or arranging a wedding or funeral, please contact the church office which is open Monday to Thursday mornings between 9 and 12 Telephone 01329 847003
Or come along to one of our services. You will be very welcome!
Rev’d Susan Allman
Vicar of St Peter’s Titchfield and Area Dean for Fareham.