We are open for private and individual prayer each day from 9am
 
You are very welcome to come and sit in the church for
prayer, contemplation and reflection
 
 
 

Harvest Celebration

Sunday 2nd October

As we are all aware there are many people who are struggling for money to find food at the moment.

So this year we will celebrate the Harvest and give grateful thanks to God for all that we have by supporting the

Basingstoke Foodbank.

Please bring in your donations on Sunday 2nd October.

Check the foodbank website

www.basingstoke.foodbank.org.uk

For more information about how you can help others at this  difficult time

 

Luke 10:2

He told them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.

Emergency food for local people in crisis
 
Please spare a little thought for those in need and continue to support the Foodbank.
 
This is a vital and important service in Basingstoke providing emergency food for local people and your contributions are very much appreciated.
 
Visit www.basingstoke.foodbank.org.uk for more information
 

WE HAVE PLENTY OF CEREALS AND   PASTA. PLEASE CHOOSE FROM OUR ‘SHORT OF’ LIST

 

WE ARE VERY SHORT OF:

  • DESSERTS
  • MARMITE
  • WASHING UP LIQUID
  • LADIES DEODORANT

 

WE ARE SHORT OF:

  • LONG LIFE UHT MILK
  • POWDERED/DRIED MILK
  • TINNED FRUIT
  • SAVOURY SPREAD (MARMITE, MEAT PASTE)
  • LONG LIFE FRUIT JUICE
  • DESSERTS / PUDDINGS (HOT, COLD, JELLY, WHIPS ETC)
  • TREATS (CRISPS, SWEETS, CHOCOLATE ETC)
  • COOKING SAUCES
  • NOODLE POTS
  • NAPPIES (SIZE 6 ONLY)
  • TOILET ROLLS
  • TOOTHBRUSHES
  • MEN’S SHAVING GEL
  • HAIR CONDITIONER
  • SHAMPOO

 

Coronavirus COVID 19 Update
 
Face coverings are no longer mandatory inside buildings, including churches and community halls. 
You are welcome to continue wearing a face mask if you wish, and please be respectful towards those that choose to wear them.
                      
You are also welcome to use the hand sanitiser provided at the entrance to the building and to continue to observe physical distancing if you are more comfortable.
 
Please remember to wash your hands regularly as well.