© Winchfield Parochial Church Council, 2018.
Whether you are a resident of Winchfield and the surrounding area or a visitor to this part of Hampshire, we welcome you to join us in worship in our lovely little church - details of our services are here.
Note: Please do not confuse St Mary’s in Hartley Wintney with our St Mary’s at Winchfield.
The church of St. Mary the Virgin is the parish church of Winchfield. The parish of Winchfield is part of the benefice of Hartley Wintney with Elvetham, Winchfield and Dogmersfield, that is in the Deanery of Odiham and the Diocese of Winchester.
St. Mary's has stood in the village of Winchfield for more than 850 years. Dating from about 1150 it was originally built by the monks of Chertsey Abbey. Many of the original Norman features remain to this day including the “treasure” of St. Mary's – its wonderful Norman Chancel Arch (see “About St Mary’s” for more details).
An aerial survey of our church can be seen here.
The Waterfall of Poppies at St Mary’s conceived by Gill Donnelly and produced by her and many others from Winchfield and from many other places can still be seen and there is an informative article in the December edition of “Contact”.
The next event for your diary is the Christmas Fair which will on Friday 7th December in the Village Hall from 10.00 to 12:00. Do come along!