Worship for 3rd Sunday of Easter, St George’s Day and St Mark’s Day

Hello, today we have a veritable smorgasbord of services for you, a completely different one for each of our churches including different sermons. Perhaps you can enjoy them all through the week. At St John’s we have an Easter 3 service looking at the story of Cleopas on the road to Emmaus, St George’s are … Continue reading Worship for 3rd Sunday of Easter, St George’s Day and St Mark’s Day

Invitation to hear about plans for St John’s – postponed.

Please note, this has been postponed. Look out for a new date later in the year. Come and hear about the ambitious plans to create a community hub and café in St John’s Church, at an exhibition on Saturday, March 28, at 3pm and 7pm. The church is going to be developed so that it … Continue reading Invitation to hear about plans for St John’s – postponed.

It’s Christmas!

This Christmas the three churches – St George’s, Badshot Lea; St John’s, Hale; and St Mark’s, Upper Hale – have a range of services and we sincerely hope that there will be something that will suit everyone: St George’s Sunday, December 15, 6pm. Carols by Candlelight. Friday, December 20, 7pm. A Journey to Bethlehem. Sunday, … Continue reading It’s Christmas!

A Christmas Carillon at St George’s

Christmas kicks off at St George’s Church, on Friday, December 6, when the Carillon Singers stage a concert there from 7.30pm. The Carillon Singers are a four-part, 30-strong choir, and on December 6 they will perform a varied programme including traditional favourites such as The First Nowell and O Come, All Ye Faithful, together with … Continue reading A Christmas Carillon at St George’s

175th birthday service at St John’s

A bishop, a mayor, an archdeacon and clergy and church members old and new joined the celebratory service for the 175th birthday of St John’s on Sunday, November 24. St John’s was consecrated in November 1844 and the service on Sunday – which was led by the Bishop of Guildford and attended by the Mayor … Continue reading 175th birthday service at St John’s

‘When I hear The Last Post I think of him’

St John’s Church, Hale, was packed on Saturday night when people of all generations gathered for the Farnham Festival of Remembrance, to pay tribute to all who have suffered and died in armed conflict and to pray for peace in a divided, war-torn world. The Festival featured the Royal British Legion and other representatives of … Continue reading ‘When I hear The Last Post I think of him’