Welcome to St Paul's church, Tadley, St Luke's, Pamber Heath and St Peter's, Tadley Old Church.
"Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved."
We'd love to see you again or come and find us for the first time.
We love to welcome new friends, and have loads of groups and activities just for you!
Scroll through this site to see some of the activities that we offer, or use the contact form to get in touch.
In the end, websites are just a shop window, visit us to find out what we are really like. You'll find a church that is honest, hopeful and trying to make a real difference for good and for God in its community.
Holy Communion at St Paul's Tadley
First and Fourth Sundays 9am
This is a great way to start your Sunday and is normally finished by 9:30 am leaving you the rest of the day free. This is a fantastic opportunity to pray for friends and family and be fed in word and sacrament as you begin a new week.
First Sunday 10.15am
A new café style service at St. Paul’s led by Steve which will vary between morning worship and Holy Communion, but always a time of eating together with worship, discussion and fellowship. Join us from 10:15 on the 1st Sunday of every month for café worship.
Sunday Worship at St Paul's Tadley
Every Sunday (except 2nd in the month when we have Messy Church at 10am), we have a great family-oriented, accessible service for all with music by our band.
There is also an amazing children’s group in the hall from 10:15 am with Messy Church-style stories and crafts. So the kids can have fun, while you enjoy the service.
Good tea, coffee, and cake are served after the service.
Midweek Communion at St Luke's
Every Wednesday 10am
Do join Cathy for Holy Communion every Wednesday at St. Luke’s at 10 am. Friendly, relaxed communion for those who need a bit of space with God in the week. Pop your head in the door and make yourself at home.
November - the month ahead
Message from Rev Steve McKay
Rector - Benefice of Tadley with Pamber Heath and Silchester
“We will remember them”
During November we remember the suffering caused by wars and conflicts past and present and we support charities that help veterans and their families. In WW1 alone over 1 million British and Commonwealth troops died and over 2 million were wounded between 1914 & 1918. Total casualties worldwide have been estimated at 20 million. The Tadley war memorial lists 31 local men who died, St Luke's church lists another 6, and a further 10 are listed in St. Mary’s from Heath End. This month we pause and remember them.
As well as our usual events, this month I will be leading the Basingstoke Armistice Day and Remembrance Day services, and our churches will be represented at the Tadley Town Christmas lights switch-on. Our churches also lead the acts of remembrance in Tadley, Baughurst, Pamber Heath and Silchester – all the details can be found in our newsletter.
This month we also have new first Sunday services being developed across all 3 parishes. As always there is certainly a lot to pray for and take part in this month. You and your friends and family are always welcome to come to any event in any of our benefice churches.
Please click below for the monthly newsletter for reference and check for updates via email.
The Mission of our Churches
Faith. Love. Community.
Our churches are gatherings of people from Tadley, Pamber Heath and beyond that meet together to thank God for His love, encourage one another in faith and support each other in sharing God's love with our neighbours.
Our vision is to love both our God and neighbours. St Paul helps us to understand the nature of this love; patient, kind, without envy, free, selfless, trusting, hoping, truthful, and perservering.
We welcome everybody, regardless of your history, beliefs or lifestyle to join us in the pursuit of God and the common good.
Three Buildings ... One Church
The church is the people; our buildings are great places to meet each other, celebrate special occasions or just drop in to pray. People have laughed and loved, wept and prayed in these buildings for over 800 years.
St Paul's and St Luke's buildings are fully accessible. We regret that, due to its age and location, St Peter's is not wheelchair accessible, and is not equipped with a hearing loop.
The Answers You Need
We commit ourselves to nurture, protect and safeguard all our members, particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.
We recognise that safeguarding is the responsibility of the whole church community.
Please refer to our safeguarding policy and contact details here.