Our House Group gets together on the 1st & 3rd Thursday each month from 3pm to 4.30pm. We meet for fellowship, bible study, prayer, friendship, tea and coffee (of course!) and we hope to help people in their individual journey of faith. Contact Peter Fletcher.
Our lively youth group meet monthly and enjoy themed evenings, talks from visitors, trips to London and once a year they come together for a pantomime production. Every 2nd Friday for 8-13 year olds. Every 4th Friday for 13 – 16 year olds. Led by Alison Carver and Serena Carthy. Contact Alison here.
A new monthly Home Group started in September. We are looking at a Pilgrim course booklet on ‘The Bible’. Its six sessions combine simple prayer, Bible reflection, an article by a modern writer and time for questions and reflection. This will take us up to the beginning of Lent when there will be a short Parish Lent Course. We meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 7.45pm. For further details contact Hilary Healey.
We meet on the 4th Thursday of each month at 11.00am in the Lady Chapel (to the right of the Altar). Our group believe passionately in the power of prayer, and will be happy to receive any prayer requests. To us, it is not only the act of praying that is important but the act of being quiet and silent, spending time with our Lord. We welcome anyone who would like to just sit and be quiet. Led by Evelyn Pringle.
Do you have a love for flowers? Our team of volunteers arrange displays for weddings, memorials and funerals, beside ensuring there are always pleasing arrangements in our beautiful Chapel for all our festivals and weekly services. If you would like to join our team of flower arrangers, contact Trish Spiers.
A regular group of Parishioners, parents and a Brother venture into St Faith’s Primary School each week to take a whole school worship session. The syllabus followed is provided through the Bible Society and using the Lion Storyteller Bible we enact the stories, using suitable props (including a real baby!) and of course the obligatory tea towel for headgear. We have child participation at every session which keeps everyone’s attention. We end with a prayer and a song chosen by the school to reflect the meaning of the story. New members welcome! Contact Cheryl Irons.
A chance to meet up with friends whilst having a break from cooking. A relatively new group, we meet monthly at different restaurants around Winchester and newcomers are always warmly welcomed. We vary the days and times and to date have enjoyed Chinese, French and fish suppers. Contact Evelyn Pringle.
We have a membership of 18 and meet in the Brothers’ Library monthly on Monday evenings except April, July and August. Open to all men, we meet regularly for a variety of activities from an evening of bingo, to a visit to the Chesil railway tunnel expertly guided by our in-house local historian Clare Dixon. We also enjoyed the Brothers concert party and for the first time we were accompanied by our wives! Contact John Casson.
Our annual fixture is the renowned St. Cross Fete which is held every year on the last Saturday in June, 2.00 -5.00pm – put it in your diary now! We use the whole grounds and beautiful gardens for plant, gift and book stalls, games, Punch and Judy, miniature train, bouncy castle, teas, cakes and Morris Dancers! An afternoon of fun not to be missed. Our team of volunteers make the fete an annual success. If you would like to be involved with planning, sponsorship or help on the day, please contact Gill Beck, Fete Secretary.
St. Faith’s Church of England Primary School is within the Parish and has close links with the church. Parishioners visit regularly to hear children read and take an assembly. The school also uses the church for special services.
Contact the School office 01962 854934.
In the summer months, the tea room is open for teas, cake and ice creams from Monday to Saturday, 10.30am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Sundays 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Have your cup of tea inside one of oldest buildings in Winchester! We also have plenty of outside seating and shade with the back drop of the beautiful church buildings.