All Saints' is a traditional Church of England parish church in the diocese of Oxford. VISIT OUR NEW WEBSITE AT: www.all-saints-ascot.org
These are the usual times of our services. Please note that on special occasions, particularly Remembrance Sunday, the times may vary, so if you are coming for the first time you may like to contact email@example.com or a member of the Ministry Team first.
8 a.m. Holy Communion – All Saints’ Church, Ascot Heath. SL5 8DQ
Said Eucharist with address, no hymns. First Sunday in the month follows Book of Common Prayer, otherwise Common Worship contemporary language. (45mins)
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All Souls' Church in South Ascot is situated on All Souls' Road, beyond Oliver Road and Victoria Road on the west side. Each Sunday (except the 1st in the month) at 10.30 am there is a Parish Eucharist with Sunday School. On the 1st Sundays, however, there is a said communion service at 9.00 am and All Souls' Praise at 10.30 am, the latter being a lively all age praise service.
During the week every morning between 9am to 12pm is a café serving fresh coffee, tea and homemade cakes. There is a great space for children to play while adults can chat!
Toddler Praise is on Tuesdays at 10.30am aimed for all children up to school age.
On the 3rd Monday every month at 3.30pm is Messy Mondays for primary school children to have fun – food is provided.
On 2nd Monday every month – let’s do lunch. Come and join us for lunch provided by the church.
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Ascot Life Church (formerly based solely at Ascot Baptist Church ) was formed on Sunday 21st April, 2013 - the same day as the group moved ther Sunday Morning Meeting to Ascot Racecourse.
Service times are:
LIFE10 – meets at Ascot Racecourse at 10am on Sunday mornings. LIFE6 – we meet at 175 New Road, Ascot at 6pm on Sunday evenings.
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new Saturday Cafe Service, 4.30 pm, 2nd Saturday of each month
Church with a difference! Relaxed, informal and accessible service. Sit around tables, drink barista coffee and eat delicious home-baked cakes. Sing some contemporary songs, listen to a short talk and join in with a few prayers. Families can come along together - children and young people can feel welcome and no-one will mind if the little ones wander around.
Future dates: January 14th, February 11th, March 11th,April 8th
Joels Place Church meets at Carnation Hall, Chavey Down Road, Winkfield Row, RG42 7PA, on Sundays from 11 am - 12.15pm, with tea and coffee afterwards.
They include time to worship God, a short practical talk from the Bible and prayer.
Children are part of the worship time and then get involved in various groups for their age (including crèche). For more information visit www.joelsplacechurch.org.uk
Please visit website at www.rockofsalvationchurch.org.uk
The Rock of Salvation church meets at Sunningdale Park, Larch Avenue, Sunningdale, on Sunday mornings
The Sacred Heart Catholic Church can be contacted at Verona Fathers, London Road, Sunningdale, SL5 0JY. Sunday Mass is at 10.00am and 11.30am Contact: 01344 621238.
St Martin’s church vision is to celebrate the Christian faith through worship in gentle and friendly fellowship.
The variety of style offered enables the church to accommodate every age group and, with the Spirit’s guidance, strive to strengthen our own faith and bring others through the teaching of the Scriptures to an active belief in the Lord.
This small and simple Victorian church is in the middle of the village of Chavey Down, with a Hall which is used for a variety of community and church activities.
Its services are based on the Common Worship service.
Church address: Church Road, Chavey Down, Ascot, SL5 8RR
St Peter’s Church of England Church, Cranbourne
At St Peter's church we aim to be a united fellowship, honouring Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit sharing the love of God in our daily lives. We exist to demonstrate the love of God within our community, help all people find opportunities to share Christ’s love and develop the devotional life and spiritual gifts of believers by the power of the Holy Spirit.
This Victorian church lies near the edge of Windsor Great Park. It has recently been restored and re-ordered following a major fire. The re‑ordering has improved access for the less mobile, and includes sound and projection facilities. It is suitable for community events during the week as well as for Sunday services in a variety of styles. Its notable small Father Willis organ was destroyed in the fire, and has been replaced by a fine modern organ by Peter Collins.
The worship style is modern and fairly informal.
Church address: Hatchet Lane, Cranbourne, SL4 2EG
Following interviews, prayer, and discussion it has been unanimously agreed that Huw Mordecai should be appointed as new vicar of the Benefice. Huw has accepted the Bishop's offer and will formally take up his new role following his licensing later this year.
Read more: St Peter’s CoE Church, Cranbourne
St.Francis RC Church is in Coronation Road, South Ascot, SL5 9HG has Sunday Mass at 10am and can be contacted on 01344 620591.
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St Mary's church provides an opportunity for people of all ages to worship in a traditional but friendly atmosphere.
We use the 1662 Book of Common Prayer at our Morning Prayer and Communion services and take our readings from the King James version of the Bible.
Weekly Family Praise service at 9.30am is modern and informal.
The aim is to ‘bridge the gap’ between our modern family worship and our more traditional other services. We will guard the truth, lift up the name of Jesus without fear and ensure that, in times to come, everyone will be able to worship in our beautiful building
The ancient church building has stood on its present site in the heart of Winkfield for at least 700 years. It is famous for its unusual oak pillars along the centre of the aisle, one given to the Church by Elizabeth 1st.
Church address: Church Road, Winkfield, SL4 4SQ Website: www.winkfieldandcranbourne.org.uk
Following interviews, prayer, and discussion it has been unanimously agreed that Huw Mordecai should be appointed as new vicar of the Benefice.
Huw has accepted the Bishop's offer and will formally take up his new role following his licensing later this year.Read more: St.Mary's Co E Church, Winkfield
St.Michael and All Angels' Church is in Church Lane, Sunninghill. It offers a range of services, including a family service on alternate Sundays, as well as Sunday school classes. The Church has joined with All Souls in South Ascot. The vicar of both is Rev. Stephen Johnson. It has links with both St.Michael's and Cheapside schools.For more information call 01344 620727 or visit the website - CLICK HERE for website
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Sunningdale Baptist church is an evangelical family church that has had a meeting & worship place in the village since 1828. This is now The Hope Centre, and comprises Christians from a range of backgrounds and age groups. We desire to be faithful to God in our daily lives, and diligent in helping others also discover Jesus Christ as Lord, Saviour and Friend.
The Hope Centre is devoted to God as a place of prayer, welcome, friendship and teaching, and to helping people experience restoration of God’s order and purpose for their lives. It is situated in the High Street in the old village of Sunningdale (SL5 0NG), and includes the Baptist Chapel which has been a meeting place and outreach base for Christians for over 180 years. The Hope Centre building complex has recently been refurbished and extended in preparation for the next season of God’s unfolding plan.Read more: Sunningdale Baptist Church | Hope Centre
Within the Benefice of Winkfield and Cranbourne – there are three Anglican church 'families':
St Martin's, Chavey Down
St Mary's, Winkfield
St Peter's, Cranbourne
all with their own style and individuality, working together for the Kingdom of God. Our vicar is the Reverend Catherine Blundell.
We look forward to welcoming friends and visitors into our church communities.
For more information please visit the Church website: www.winkfieldandcranbourne.org.uk
WINKFIELD ROW METHODIST CHURCH CELEBRATES 160 YEARS OF CHRISTIAN WORSHIP | This summer, the congregation of Winkfield Row Methodist Church will celebrate the church’s 160th Anniversary. The chapel opened in 1854 as a Primitive Methodist Chapel as part of a circuit (group of churches) that stretched through the Thames Valley Area, as far as Heathrow. Many of the sister churches from back in the 19th Century have long since closed, however worship continues every Sunday at Winkfield Row. In the 20th Century, the Primitive Methodists joined with the Wesleyan
Methodist Church and the Bible Christians to form the modern day Methodist Church. Today Winkfield Row is part of the family of churches that make up the Berkshire Surrey Borders circuit.
The present day congregation offers a warm welcome to all who wish to join us for traditional Methodist worship every Sunday at 10:30am.
If you have any memories of Winkfield Row Methodist Church down the years for example weddings, Christenings or other celebrations, we would love to hear from you so that we can share these as part of our celebrations.
Further details of the anniversary and worship of Winkfield Row Methodist Church can be obtained from the current minister Revd. Jackie Case [ firstname.lastname@example.org ] or the Church Steward, Mr Dalwyn Attwell (Dalwyn.email@example.com)
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