St Nicholas Church

churchSt. Nicholas church enjoys a beautiful setting at the western end of Longparish, in the heart of the old settlement of Middleton.

Christians have been meeting and worshipping here since the early 13th century and continue to do so today.

The church is open every day for visitors, who are of course welcome to come in and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the church.

We offer a service on every Sunday of the month. Full details of each month's services can be found below and are published monthly in Hill and Valley.

Details of occasional services and groups meeting for prayer, fellowship and study are available from one of the clergy or the churchwardens. Contact details are available on Longparish Church Who's Who.

We look forward to welcoming you.

 

St Nicholas Longparish is part of a united benefice of 4 parishes, the others being St Andrews, Hurstbourne Priors, St Peters, St Mary Bourne and St James, Woodcott.   The Benefice is current in a vacancy since Rev'd Craig Marshall left in March 2020.

Unfortunately, following the new lock down from 5th November, churches are no longer able to hold services in church.   There will however be a pre-recorded Remembrance Service on YouTube on Sunday 8th November live from 10.50 am which you can locate from the following link:  https://youtu.be/GyP33tf8QxQ 

There will also be a link to the service via the LCA Facebook page.

Giving online to support St Nicholas Church is easy.

Longparish is part of a united benefice of 4 parishes, the others being Hurstbourne Priors, St. Mary Bourne and Woodcott. A range of services is provided throughout the benefice each week

As the culmination of the events on Sunday 13th September 2015, celebrating the 250 year association between the Woodcock family and St Nicholas Church, a new stained glass window was dedicated and consecrated by Rt Revd David Williams, Bishop of Basingstoke at Choral Evensong.