Welcome to Whiteley Church

Whether you are single, a couple or a family, whatever your background, you are welcome at Whiteley Church. As a church our aim is to create a community with the Love of God at its Heart. We believe that God listens and speaks to his people as we learn, encourage and support one another.

Whiteley Church meets for worship every Sunday morning at 10.15am at Whiteley Community Centre in Yew Tree Drive. Doors open at 10am.



Latest News

Stars of Hope Trail 2016

Its here! Our 2016 Advent Trail has landed at Whiteley Shopping! We have two great activities for you to get involved with this Advent. First is our Stars of Hope trail with 14 stars placed in shops around Whiteley Shopping – can you find them all? Pick up a Trail leaflet from Montagu’s Cafe Bar & Bistro, The…

Summer Study: Mark’s Gospel

This summer (20 July – 3 September) Whiteley Church and St Paul’s Sarisbury Green will be reading through Mark’s Gospel. With daily readings accompanied by online audio files we will explore the whole Book of Mark. How can I join in? There are two great ways to join us on our journey through Mark’s Gospel….

New! Women’s Fellowship

New for 2016 is the start of our Women’s Fellowship group – a social meet-up much like that of Men’s Breakfast for the ladies in our community to get together, share friendship and fellowship together on a regular basis. Who is invited? Our events are open to all women at all stages of life and…

Weekly Services and Events


 

 


Safeguarding

We are committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults and creating protective and supportive environments where all people, and especially those who may be vulnerable, are able to worship and pursue their faith journey in safety.  We follow the national legal and procedural framework for safeguarding children and adults, and Church of England policy and practice. More information can be found on our Safeguarding page.

Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Jo Vartan who is a member of the Parochial Church Council.  She can be contacted by email at jo@whiteleychurch.org.uk.  Alternatively you can also contact Rev. Philippa Mills on minister@whiteleychurch.org.uk or by calling 01489 881533 or 07760771667.