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Our Churches

St Thomas-on-The Bourne

Frensham Road, Farnham GU9 8HA

 

St Thomas church The Bourne Farnham SurreyThe Parish church of St Thomas-on-The Bourne is a lively, busy church at the centre of the local community and promises every age group a very warm welcome. The regular services have a traditional feel with wonderful music led by the highly acclaimed choirs. There are regular social activities at St Thomas’ and there are children’s groups and a Sunday School which attract many young families.

The church building, 100 years old in 2011, offers a simple yet graceful, vibrant yet tranquil centre of worship. An impressive entrance leads not only into the Church but also to the Parish office, large multi-purpose function rooms and a magnificent enclosed courtyard, all surrounded by lovely gardens. These outstanding facilities are enjoyed by church groups, many community organisations and are available for private use. Please come and visit.

Up to date news on building survey and plans.

St Martin by the Green

Dene Lane, Lower Bourne GU10 3PW

St Martin’s is the daughter church of the Bourne Parish Church and was built in 1904 as a mission church to All Saints Church in Tilford. The Church was renamed as ‘St Martin by the Green’ at a service of dedication and consecration on 9th June 1957. Located right next to the Bourne Green the church forms an integral part of the Lower Bourne Area. It is built in red brick and has a warm welcoming feel to all who come in, either for services, for social events or just for quiet meditation as the Church is open all day during daylight hours.  

Apart from the regular services there are regular activities and  a number of events that take place in the Church including musical concerts and a very popular Spring Fayre, held in conjunction with the St Martin's Hall Community Trust.

Brambleton Hall

Talbot Road, Farnham GU9 8RR

Bramblleton Hall FarnhamThe church at Brambleton Hall meets every Sunday morning at 10am. On the first and third Sundays there is a service of Holy Communion and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays a Service of the Word. The altar opens up from what looks like a cupboard and everyone sits close to this, in the round. Every service is followed by coffee and biscuits. 

The Hall was built by labour from the local community and Brambleton members continue to foster a community spirit in both the church congregation and those who enjoy the social events. The small, elderly congregation is friendly and relaxed, supporting one another and they love to welcome visitors.

News and updates about work being carried out at Brambleton Hall from September 2017

 


News from Brambleton
A chronological account of the plans and the changes taking place at Brambleton Hall, reported by Keith Newman, Churchwarden.

Building Problem at St Thomas'
Statements on the building problem at St Thomas' from Keith Newman, Churchwarden