St Mary the Virgin

St Mary’s is the Parish Church for Greenham, with about 100 members from a wide range of ages and backgrounds, united by our faith in Christ.  You would be most welcome to join us. 

We take pleasure in celebrating life events with you, conducting weddings, blessings and baptisms in our beautiful Victorian Grade II listed building.

​Our modern Church Centre building adjacent to the church is available for bookings. It has a large hall with facilities and rooms upstairs.

Both the church and the hall have disability access.

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Revd David McLeod

The Vicarage
New Road
RG19 8RZ

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Contemporary Worship and Communion

Every Second, Fourth, Fifth Sunday at for 1 hour, 15 mins
St Mary the Virgin
New Road Greenham, Newbury Newbury, RG19 8RZ, United Kingdom

Contemporary Worship and Communion, with an informal atmosphere and modern music.
Everyone welcome.

Things to look forward to this Advent & Christmas with St Mary’s Greenham


St Mary’s Greenham is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of the children and people of all ages in our church community. The parish Safeguarding Policy can be seen here. Further information and contact details are on our Safeguarding page.

St Mary’s Greenham is committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of the children and people of all ages in our church community.

Reporting Abuse

What to do if you have a safeguarding concern.

If you have information about a safeguarding situation where a child or adult is in immediate danger, or requires immediate medical attention, call emergency services on 999.

If you do not think there is a risk of immediate harm, you should still speak to an official about your concern as soon as possible.

The Diocesan safeguarding team are committed to responding to safeguarding concerns, providing advice if you are not sure what to do, and supporting survivors in an efficient and effective way. We are not however able to offer an emergency or 24-hour response. Your Parish Safeguarding Officer is also a local first point of contact for reporting safeguarding concerns.

If you are concerned that a child or vulnerable adult is at risk of harm you should approach your local Children’s Social Care or Adult’s Social Care department.

A referral to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team must be made about any case where a child or vulnerable adult appears to be at risk or where an adult appears to present a risk. They must also be informed straight away of any safeguarding concerns involving a Church Officer. A ‘Church Officer’ is anyone appointed/elected by or on behalf of the Church to a post or role, whether they are ordained or lay, paid or unpaid.

If you wish to report any safeguarding concerns directly to the National Safeguarding Team at Church House Westminster, please email [email protected]