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
Last Sunday’s Sermon – 14th May
You can read Susan’s sermon from last Sunday here
Christian Aid Sponsored Walk
Sunday May 21st
Registration in the Parish Rooms from 1pm, walk starts at 2pm and finishes with Tea from 4pm. There are 3 walks to the sea, 5 miles, 10 Miles and a shorter Family walk with quiz around the historic Village. Full details can be found here
24 Hour Beacon of Prayer
Initiated by our Archbishops, THY KINGDOM COME is an ecumenical and worldwide wave of prayer for the growth of God’s Kingdom on Earth, and St Peter’s contribution is to be a 24 Hour Beacon of Prayer from 7.30 pm on Tuesday 30 May to 7.30 pm on 31 May. Full Details can be found here.
Serenades and Sonnets at Sixty with Charles Timberlake
Saturday 3rd June 7.30pm
Join Charles and his guests, including poet Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, for an entertaining and inspirational evening of music and poetry in celebration of his sixtieth birthday.
Tickets £12 (to include interval wine and nibbles) available from St Peter’s Church office, Hadlows the Butcher in South Street (01329 843240), Daisy B’s in The Square or John Hiett (01329 315893).
Our Prayer Diary
Our weekly Prayer diary is available by looking on the worship section.
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.