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Our Churches

All Saints'

Botley

All Saints' Church is located on the High Street of Botley, a picturesque market town in Hampshire. The rector is Rev'd Gregg Mensingh, supported by a team including an Assistant Priest, Lay Minister, Music Director, Treasurer and Church Wardens along with retired clergy who take some services. The Parochial Church Council (PCC) oversees the management of the church, and our Parish Administrator ensures the daily running of the church.
 

Set back from the main road, with a front churchyard, war memorial and a large rear churchyard, All Saints' Church provides a peaceful and beautiful setting for weddings, funerals, baptisms, or a place to spend some quiet time and reflection.

There is usually an 8am and 10am service each Sunday and Choral Evensong at 6.30pm twice a month except the first Sunday of the month at 10am when there is an online Zoom service shared with Curdridge and Durley churches. Please see the list of services for any changes.   

St. Peter's

Curdridge

St Peter's Church is located in Church Lane just off the main Botley Road in Curdridge, a small picturesque village in Hampshire, made up of Victorian and modern houses and cottages. The Church is one of 3 churches administered from All Saint's, Botley SO30 2EA where our church office is located, while the management of the church is overseen by The Parochial Church Council.  The vicar is Rev'd Gregg Mensingh, who is supported by a ministry team including Lay ministers and retired clergy

With a front churchyard, war memorial and a large rear churchyard, St Peter's Church provides a peaceful and beautiful setting for weddings, funerals, baptisms, or a place to spend some quiet time and reflection.

 

There is a church service at 10am on a Sunday morning however please check the service list for any changes. On the first Sunday of the month there is an online Zoom service with Botley and Durley at 10am There is no service in the church building on these Sundays.

Holy Cross

Durley

Church of the Holy Cross in Durley is a welcoming congregation with an ancient 13th-century building of great charm, which is located on the edge of the village and is surrounded by a beautiful and peaceful churchyard. The intimate building seats around 100 people and is a lovely place to have a wedding or baptism. The Church location is at SO32 2AQ

The Church holds its main Sunday services at 10 am although these are sometimes held in Durley Primary School or The Thresher Room. Please check the service calendar for details.

There is a joint Zoom service with Botley and Curdridge at 10am on the first Sunday in the month. There is no service in the church building on these Sundays.

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