Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
St Christopher's Warlingham
Welcome to St Christopher's. Our church holds a warm welcome for people of all ages. Sunday services are modern and friendly with creche facilities and junior church. There are also weekday services and gatherings to which all are welcome. Our main service is at 11am on Sundays,and is either a Parish Communion with Sunday School, or an Altogether Service. We also have services and events during the week, with a quiet short Communion service on Tuesdays at 10 am, and Morning Prayer at 9 am Monday to Thursday, and children's events such as Messy Church. Please check the Services and Events section in the menu for details of all events.
We welcome the Warlingham Ist Pentecostal Church on Sundays at 1 pm.
The church is open every day for quiet prayer
Warlingham, All Saints
Welcome to All Saints Warlingham. All Saints is a medieval church, dating from about 1250. The church is surrounded by a large churchyard, a place of peace and tranquility - with wild plants, trees, birds, deer and other wildlife.
Our main services are: Sunday at 9.30 am: Parish Communion & children's Sunday Club (for children over 3 and younger children accompanied by a parent or carer), and All Age Communion on the 2nd Sunday of the month. On the first Sunday, we have traditional Choral Evensong at 6 pm. On Wednesdays 10:00am there is a quiet short Holy Communion . For details of services and events,please see the services and events link in the menu list.
You can Join various groups at All Saints: Choir, Hand Bell ringers, Mothers' Union, and the Friends of All Saints. Please see the website for details: http://www.allsaintswarlingham.org.uk/index.htm
We look forward to welcoming you soon!
St Leonard's Church
St Leonards is a 13th century church largely rebuilt in the 19th century. It was built to serve the farms in Chelsham, and still sits in farmland in the centre of the roads and bridle ways of the parish. Many of the services are from the Book of Common Prayer, usually with BCP Communion on the 3rd Sunday of the month and Mattins on the second Sunday.
Communion services are usually on the 1st and 3rd Sundays, with Morning Praise on other Sundays. <span style="font-size: 1rem;">We do also have Country services - in addition to the regular services, there is a yearly cycle of services celebrating the farming year and creation, staring with a Plough Sunday service in January, and including services for Rogation, Lammas and Harvest.</span>
During the year there are other special services, including services to remember all those who have been baptized and married at the church,an Animal Blessing service , a service to remember the departed, and the Kelly service to remember the charitable giving of a local man who became Lord Mayor of London and who is buried in the churchyard. There are also Taize services on some evenings.
Most services start at 11.15am, with delicious cake and coffee after the service, provided by Nancy. Anyone is very welcome to visit our church and join in one of our services. Please check for times and services on this website or on the benefice website
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