Ludgershall

The building

Ludergshall lies on the edge of the Bernwode Forest and it remains, as it has done for centuries, a typical English village. It still has working farms, with sheep and cattle still occasionally driven across the green. Within this tranquil setting, a church has stood on the site of St Mary's since 1080 and most probably before. Over the centuries many changes have taken place allowing the buildings to develop into what you see and enjoy today.

The nave looking west towards the door
The doors to the Wesley Room
Ludgershall Millenium Window
The East Window

Where we are...


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The vacancy

As you will be aware, Priscilla has now retired and will be leaving the benefice at the beginning of February.

At that point we will start the process of finding a new priest to fill the vacancy.   It can take time to find the right candidate for the post (before Priscilla arrived, the previous vacancy had lasted  some 15 months).

In the meantime Jenny will be supporting the benefice together with an array of retired and visiting clergy to take our services.

If you have a question, we recommend that a Churchwarden should be the first port of call, if appropriate to your circumstances.  You can find the list of Churchwardens in Who's Who.



Forthcoming services

Sunday, 26th January

10.00 am

Holy Communion (CW)

Sunday, 2nd February

4.00 pm

Evening Prayer

Sunday, 9th February

9.30 am

Morning Prayer

Sunday, 16th February

11.15 am

Family Worship

Churchwardens

Jean Mole
(01844) 238 272
Alastair Thompson
(01844) 237 214
Wade Allison
(01844) 237 602

Local activities

Coffee morning: held every last Tuesday of the month in the Village Hall between 10.30am and noon. Everyone is welcome. Contact Jean Mole for more details.

Home Group: this group meets every fortnight during term time for an informal discussion.  Please see the calendar for details of the current Home Group activities or contact Alan Turner-Smith.