Welcome to the Parish of St Faith
The Church of St Cross in Winchester has acted as the Parish Church to the locality since the loss of their church building in 1504. The parish retains the original dedication to St Faith, which survives in the name of the Church School, and the road on which the school stands.
Whether you live in the parish or not, we hope you will feel very welcome to any of the services in the Church of St Cross.
a traditional language, said service, using the Book of Common Prayer
a modern language service with hymns and Holy Communion. There is a choir, other than 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Children are especially welcome to the 9.30 Service every week (please go to the ‘Families’ tab for more information)
only on the second and fourth Sundays of each month, a traditional language, sung service with choir, including hymns and a sermon, using the Book of Common Prayer..
|Mon-Sat||10.00am||Matins (said by the brothers)|
|Weds||11.00am||Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)|
|Thurs||8.00am||Eucharist (Common Worship)|
Is it OK to receive Holy Communion?
If you normally receive Holy Communion in another church, then you will be welcome to receive it here. If you don’t normally receive Holy Communion please still come forward to the altar rail so that we can pray a blessing for you.
If you are interested in being baptised and/or confirmed, please contact Fr Mark (see below).
Interested in singing?
If you would be interested in singing in the choir, please contact the organist, Derek Beck: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the services, please contact Fr Mark, the Parish Priest on 01962 849565 or email@example.com
The Parochial Church Council Annual Report for 2012 – click here
PASTORAL LETTER – A view from Cripstead Lane What do we think sin is? A strange opening question, or perhaps a boringly predictable one. Lent begins this month, with Ash Wednesday on the 13th . The season of preparation for Easter begins with a call to penitence and to be signed with ash, recalling the dust from which we are made and the dust to which we will, one day, return. It is all rather sombre. [...more]
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