St Paul's was built in 1966 to replace the old St Saviour's Church as the main parish church for south Tadley. It's prominent location on The Green means that it has strong links with local schools and a mixed age congregation.
Our morning service (10am) always includes a group for children, hymns and songs, prayer and teaching from the Bible. Sometimes we celebrate a baptism, holy communion or another special event. Our evening services are more reflective.
During the week, we have different prayer and Bible groups, drop in for tea afternoons, and regular Saturday events. See the parish events diary for details of forthcoming events.
The church is usually unlocked during the day time and you are most welcome to use the side chapel for private prayer or reflection. We welcome visits by schools, uniformed organisations and other groups. Contact us to arrange a tour.
St Luke's is located in Church Road, Pamber Heath. The church building started life in 1876 as a school and later was dedicated as a church when the other schools in the area were developed. We are a relaxed, welcoming church, with an emphasis on serving our local community in Pamber Heath.
We hold a simple, reflective Holy Communion each Wednesday at 10am. Many older members of our community join Coffee & Chat every Thursday 10.30 - 12 noon, where a warm welcome is guaranteed.
Our Parent and Toddler group runs every Friday in term time from 10am to 12noon. Mums, dads, grandparents and carers are all welcome with pre-school children.
Youfy, our group for young people at Secondary School meets on alternate Wednesdays at 7pm. Contact our clergy for more information about any of these activities.
The foundations of this ancient Parish Church date back to the twelfth century, when Tadley was just a clearing in the large forest. Now it sits about 1/2 mile outside the town of Tadley, yet it is a warm, loved and well maintained building.
St Peters is used for special occasions. St Peter’s is also popular for weddings, due to its beautiful setting, and funerals, due to its proximity to Tadley Cemetery.
Unfortunately it is necessary to lock the church, however, we welcome visits by schools, uniformed organisations and other groups. Contact us to arrange a tour.