Pray Your Part: General Election 2024

The General Election will be a moment for the nation to ask important questions about the future. Pray Your Part is an invitation from the bishops of the… Read More

Summer Serenade 2024 – 23rd June

A relaxing  afternoon concert of well-loved music , with Pimms and strawberries at the interval, and  a ‘Last Night of the Proms’ finale. With performances from Harmony Choir,… Read More

The Great Snowflake Make!

Join us as we knit, crochet and make 1000s of Snowflakes, Stars and Snowballs to decorate the outside of St John’s Church this December… further details here

Forest Church at St Michael’s Enborne

The next Forest Church at St Michael’s, Enborne to mark Midsummer will take place on Sunday 23rd June at 6pm. All are welcome.

Wessex & Hardy evening at St Michael’s, Enborne

Wednesday, 29th May at 7.30pm in the tranquil setting of St Michael’s Church, Enborne. Newbury Dramatic Society will perform a new play written by Ann Davidson. See poster… Read More

St George’s Choir Director Vacancy

St George’s Church continues to seek a new Choir Director. This exciting part-time role would suit an experienced choir director or someone wishing to develop their experience. Full… Read More

Children and Families Worker Vacancy

St George’s Church is seeking to appoint a Children’s and Families Worker from September 2024. This is an exciting role to communicate and build relationships with families and… Read More

Café communion at St George’s

Starting on Thursday, 11th April, there will be a short communion service at St George’s Church, Wash Common at 12 noon each Thursday, followed by the opportunity to… Read More

Benefice Quiet Day

The South Newbury benefice is holding a Quiet Day on Saturday 3rd February in the beautiful setting of St Mary’s Convent, Wantage, led by Bishop Andrew Proud. For… Read More

Formal notification of the addition of St Michael’s, Enborne to the South Newbury Benefice

“A Notice giving the objects of proposed pastoral reorganisation affecting this parishhas or will be displayed near the main door and on the Church of England website. TheNotice… Read More