While fear of immigrants and refugees has existed for some time, in the time since the Brexit vote and President’s Trump’s election, it has become particularly palpable. This fear is in part fuelled by the media and can be seen in many newspaper headlines related to immigration.

We start in May with a Christian Aid Big Brekkie on the 20th May 2017, we will be serving from 9am-11am in the James (small) Hall and hope you can join us.
After the success of the cooked breakfast last year it returns for £5, or tea and toast for £2. All monies raised go to Christian Aid
Please can you contact me, on 80701973, if you are likely to attend so I can have a rough estimate of numbers.
Any offers for the washing up will not be refused!!

Solent Area Fellowship Band will holding a concert in the church on the 9th June 2017 at 7.30pm, tickets will be £6.00 and monies raised go to church funds.
Join us for what promises to be an evening of wonderful music and fellowship: refreshments will be served during the evening.
Please contact Jill (80701973) or Iris (80767552) to book your ticket.


In July we will be hosting an Afternoon Tea in Aid of the Air Ambulance. We will be serving from 3pm-5pm on the 29th July, tickets and prices to be confirmed - watch this space!

Jill Doherty

On Easter Day we will be having an Easter breakfast once again, starting at 9am. All are welcome, so if you are interested please let Rose Doswell (023 80872648) know in advance. Our Easter service will be spilt into two, comprising a short service of Communion at 10.15am, to be followed by an all age (and slightly shorter) Easter Celebration service at 11am. This will be suitable for younger persons to participate in, so please make every effort to attend, and invite families and friends to come too!

Our Sunday Worship on 30th April, will take the form of a “Songs of Praise” style service. So, if you have a favourite hymn or reading, please let Richard Wake know before 9th April. If you have a particular reason or story behind this, please include this too.

Well here we are again, Christmas has come and gone and January is over. We would like to say a very BIG thank you to everyone who helped to make the Tree Festival go well again. Whether it was by helping to get all the trees/decorations, stable and figures up from under the stage and putting it all away again afterwards, decorating trees, playing the organ, supporting the two Saturday mornings and enjoying the bacon butties with a hot drink and chatting with family and friends. Thank you for the beautiful window arrangements. You all know who you are. Thank you. All the help was really appreciated.

The two open mornings raised a total of £115.60p with no expenses taken out. This was all for Church funds. The whole event created a Christmas atmosphere all over the Season.

Dave & Rose