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Hambleden

Turville Fingest Frieth Fawley Medmenham U.R.C.

Welcome to
St Mary, Fawley

RG9 6JA  map

'Friends of Fawley Church' (Reg charity) have come together
to enhance the Church for the Community see leaflet
or website www.friendsoffawleychurch.org please contact fawleychurchfriends@gmail.com

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Who's Who?
Service Information
Children's Ministry
Church History & pics.
Visitor Information

Churchyard Carol Service 20.12.20

Animal blessing 12.5.19

Remembrance Sunday

Charles Gray, Christine Wells, and  Harry Sloper received Maundy Money from The Queen at Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford 28.3.2013

 

What's on this month?
services in bold are at this church

The church will be open again for the Group Service at 10am on 3rd December.
There are churchyard prayers on Fridays at 12noon.

Sun 3 Dec 10am
6pm
 
Group Service, Here
Advent Candlelit Service, Hambleden
 
Mon 4 Dec 7.30pm Licensing of Revd Andy Storch,
Hambleden
 
Sun 10 Dec 2pm
4pm
Wild Nativity, Northend Common
Railway Nativity,
Fawley Hill
 
Sun 17 Dec 4pm Carol Service
 
Mon 25 Dec 11am Family Communion
 
Sun 7 Jan 2024
 
10am
 
Group Service, Medmenham

Parish Review Achievable Targets

        To place an A board outside the church to show the church is open, welcoming and alive   

        To encourage people into the church by organising an evening visit and guided tour, which will include historical information and refreshments  

        To have a book available in church for people to write their prayers; individual and personal prayer to be available in the Vestry after Communion

 

Description

The hamlet of Fawley is set on the plateau above the Hambleden Valley and has been in existence since Anglo Saxon times.

The church sits on a small rise above the village pond, at a junction of two tracks. It lies within a small enclosed churchyard with brick and flint walls. The lychgate, is a timber and tile structure. The two mausolea to the left of the path dominate the grassy churchyard.

The parish  of Fawley was amalgamated with that of Hambleden in 1968 and now forms part of the Hambleden Group of Churches. Today the church is at the heart of village life. All are most welcome.


pic Hilary Beck-Burridge

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