The Parish Church of St George the Martyr, Waterlooville


Our Cluster of group of Churches

Churches in our Cluster ....

 All Saints’ Denmead
All Saints Church is a large family within and around the village of Denmead. We warmly welcome newcomers – so whether you are visiting, are newly arrived in the area or have been living in Denmead for years, there is always a special welcome for you here. At All Saints' we aim to provide a comprehensive range of services meeting the needs of all parishioners throughout the year. There are regular opportunities for worship during the week and varying services on Sundays. The Church is usually open for private prayer.
Contacts: Revd Sandra Edwards or Churchwardens

Christ Church Portsdown
The style of worship is making flexible use of Common Worship, the church offers a contemporary spirituality using a blend of modern and traditional styles of worship including Communion and All Age suitable for all the family.
Contacts: Church Wardens >

Church of the Good Shepherd, Crookhorn (COGS)
The style of worship is modern and relaxed; with no organ, music is provided by the older tradition of a band using contemporary instruments. Bible readings, song words and sermon illustrations are projected using a computer and video projectors.
Contacts: Tim Fitzgeorge and Pam Gastrell

St John the Baptist, Purbrook (St John's)
The style of worship is traditional, Holy Communion is celebrated each Sunday morning at eight o’clock and sung evensong at The main service is a ten o’clock; these services are taken from Common Worship and vary from order 1 and order 2 Holy Communion and Morning Worship.BCP Evensong usally the last Sunday of each month. Evening prayer other Sundays.

St. George the Martyr, Waterlooville (St George's)
The style of worship is modern Anglo-Catholic. At the majority of services, the sacrament of Holy communion is celebrated. The church normally uses established patterns for it's liturgy including evensong, compline and benediction.
Contacts: Mike Sheffield