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

This month's services:

Full details of this month's services can be seen in the separate article for this month (assuming it has been kept up to date!). Details are also published in Hill & Valley each month. If the service in Longparish is not the time or type that suits you, the chances are that a more suitable service will be held in one of the other churches in the benefice. You will be very welcome at whichever service you attend.

In Longparish, the pattern of services is such that the service will be at the same time each week (9.30am). On the second Sunday each month there will be an additional service at 8.00am. When there is a fifth Sunday there will also be a united benefice service, not necessarily at Longparish.

The monthly pattern of services at St. Nicholas, Longparish is as follows:

First Sunday in the month:

9.30am Family Communion — a service of Holy Communion using more modern language (Common Worship)

Second Sunday in the month:

8.00 am Holy Communion — a traditional (said) service from the Book of Common Prayer

9.30 am Family Communion — a service of Holy Communion using more modern language (Common Worship)

Third Sunday in the month:

9.30 am Family Worship — a more informal service

Fourth Sunday in the month:

9.30am Family Communion — a service of Holy Communion using more modern language (Common Worship)

Fifth Sunday in the Month:

Where there is a fifth Sunday in the month, there is generally a 9.30 am service and an additional benefice service at one of the churches in the benefice.

Midweek Services:

Once a month, we run a midweek service for pre-school children ("Scramblers").

Questions and Comments?

If you have any questions or observations about the service plan, please contact one of the clergy or churchwardens. For contact details, please go to the "who's who" page.