St Mark, Ampfield
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A living church in a remarkable setting
Living, faithful community worshipping in peaceful woodland setting. Welcoming for all including families and children with carefully curated services. Sunday worship lasts around one hour
Our other facilities
Beautiful church rooms nestle a few metres from the church in the same woodland copse. Small kitchen available, together with toilets and shared disabled and baby changing facility.
Accessing our services and buildings with a disability
We welcome anyone with a disability to come to worship. We will do all we can to stop everything we can change from getting in the way of your worship.
- Unfortunately navigating our gravel paths and packed earth car park can be very difficult for wheelchair users, and those with visual impairments. We are really sorry about this, and if you contact us before coming we can be ready to help. See contact details on this site, or http://acnb-church.org
The tower of the church dates to the 15th Century. The remainder was largely rebuilt between 1836–66 while John Keble was vicar. While our worship practice has departed from that of the ‘Oxford Movement’ in which Keble was a leading light, the passion for spiritual growth and discipleship has not.
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