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The Friends of St Mary's Winkfield is a charity set up to raise money for the conservation, embellishment and maintenance of fabric and facilities of the medieval church of St Mary's in Winkfield, East Berkshire, south of Windsor.

The Church of St Mary has been a focal point in Winkfield for over 700 years. The Friends' aim is to preserve this magnificent building in the best possible condition for generations to come.

St Mary's is a place of peace and all are welcome. This wonderful building is a piece of English history and our aim is to ensure it remains so.

The cost of maintenance of St Mary's church and of its amenities is wholly carried by voluntary donations. Please help , either by becoming a Friend  or by a donation.From time to time, the Friends organise community fund-raising events.

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The Friends have raised about £18,000 so far, including a dedicated account to fund the renovation of the organ of St Mary’s Winkfield.  This included an innovative Pipe Sponsorship campaign, which has now achieved sponsorship of more than 90% of the 800-odd pipes in the organ.

For the pipe sponsorship there is a special web page –  Please visit


Holy Trinity Church SunningdaleHoly Trinity C o E Church, Church Road, Sunningdale..    E-Mail |

Holy Trinity ::   Youth Sunday

Holy Trinity Sunday Club - Crèche, Bubbles and The Zone (0-10 years) Sunday Morning Youth - New Creation (11-14 years)
Information: Church Office - Tel: 01344 621886 or email

Vicar:  Revd. Jon Hutchinson




Joel's Place Church meets on Sundays, 10.30am to 12 noon, at Sunningdale Village Hall, Church Road, Sunningdale.


Joel’s Place is a church in Ascot and is part of the Salt & Light international community of churches who are members of the Evangelical Alliance. We agree with their Basis of Faith and seek to abide by the guidelines of the Evangelical Relationships


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Latimer Minster Church Ascot is an outward looking church for East Berkshire, led by Tim & Vanessa Norman.

Church for all, whether you would normally associate yourself with church or not.

LMA is an informal Anglican church, led by Tim and Vanessa Norman and started in 2014. It is a small, but growing group of people with a desire to develop a house of prayer for East Berkshire and beyond, and to be a place where people join in God’s great adventure to bring positive change.


At  Sunday gatherings there is plenty of time for worship, Bible teaching, discussion and prayer, as well as space for you to meet new people and spend time with old friends.

Children start in the service, then move into a separate room for specific children’s activities provided by our dedicated children’s team (all DBS checked). We also have a crèche corner, where parents can enjoy toys and activities with their under-fives, while still being part of the service.

Prayer, Contact groups and other activities happen at different times.

We run Alpha, which is a great place to explore questions.

If you’d like to know more, visit our website at and connect with us on Facebook


Are you a bloke who’s around at 8.00 am on a Saturday morning? Looking for something to do? Why not come and join Men’s Breakfast at All Saints' Hall – 8.00 am EVERY Saturday morning.  Men’s Breakfast has been meeting every Saturday in an unbroken chain for the last 25 years.  It was founded by an American guy who wanted men to be able to meet in a confidential environment to share the Scriptures, their thoughts and if required their problems.

A very simple breakfast is provided by one of the members in rotation – coffee and croissants is ideal - we might read the Gospel for the following Sunday and see what comes out of it.  If nothing comes then we chat.  In 25 years we have never sat in silence looking at each other!! 

We will always be there – so just turn up – we’ll find you a cup of coffee at the least!

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