Hambledon Church of St Peter & St Paul

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Welcome to Hambledon Church of St. Peter and St. Paul

We hope you find our website interesting and welcoming. Hambledon church lies in the middle of the village and forms an integral part of the village community. We are a friendly, active and diverse family church with a range of different services and activities to cater for different tastes and expressions of Christian spirituality.  The service pages give more information. Find out about the different activities that we offer for children and young people in our youth section, and how our church is the first in this deanery to be acknowledged as Dementia Friendly. Our aim is to keep this website, and you updated with the weekly activities that take place in and around our church.  You may be surprised at the different ways we try to reflect God’s love in the community we serve.

The Hambledon Church building is an ancient, beautiful and prayerful place, in which we seek to be an inclusive church, where all will find a welcome and experience the Love of God in our worship, our fellowship together and our outreach to the community and beyond. We hope that in the warmth of our human welcome you will find something of God’s love for you.

Safeguarding

The PCCs of the benefice of Soberton, Newtown & Hambledon take seriously their responsibilities for safeguarding. Further details of our policies and procedures can be found here.

If you have any questions, or to report a safeguarding concern, please contact the Vicar, Fr David Morgan, by email to [email protected] or on 023 9263 2921. If you prefer to contact somebody outside the benefice, please contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Officer, Ian Berry, by email to [email protected] or on 07544 566850.

20Mar 2019

From The Lay Reader “On a Bit Longer”

I happily said yes to the suggestion by our church wardens that I should write the article for this edition of the Hambledonian thinking that I would be able to tell you that a new [...]

25Jan 2019

Diary of a Church Warden

Monday 31st December (note to self... write some thought provoking stuff for next magazine) I assume by now you have read Mavis Jones' Home Page, as I am reliably informed readers are significantly more likely [...]

17Dec 2018

Hambledonian

There are many occasions through the year when Hambledon shines as a community. Bonfire night organised by some of the menfolk is one example of this, shortly followed, more sombrely, by Remembrance Sunday when we [...]

1Oct 2018

A New Priest

PROGRESS REPORT FROM THE CHURCHWARDENS Discussions with Soberton and Newtown have continued and there has been a good feeling in those meetings of a collaborative approach to acquiring and sharing a "vicar".  Things will not [...]