• Welcome
     

    The benefice comprises four adjacent parishes: Farleigh, The Candovers with Bradley, Northington and Wield. The parish of Farleigh has four churches; Cliddesden, Dummer, Ellisfield and Farleigh Wallop. The parish of The Candovers with Bradley has three churches; Preston Candover, Brown Candover and Bradley.

    The parishes comprise the benefice of Farleigh, Candover and Wield which is served by two full time Priests: the Rector, David Chattell who takes primary responsibility for the Parishes of The Candovers with Bradley, Northington and Wield and the Assistant Rector, Stephen Mourant who has primary responsibility for the Parish of Farleigh.

     
    Mothering Sunday Services - 31st March
     

    St Andrews Farleigh Wallop, 11:00 Family Service with communion and the Belles of St. Martin’s - more info here

     St James Wield, 9.30 Family Service

     St John the Evangelist, Northington 11.00   Family Service 

     

    Lent Course Wednesdays 7:30pm at Preston Candover Village Hall 
     
    Each year the benefice runs a lent course, during which we have speakers visit and talk, usually on a theme. This year the theme is: “When I was in need, hungry, naked, cold, imprisoned or dying, you fed, clothed, comforted and advocated for me”. The talks are each Wednesday and are a relaxed environment - its fine to just listen or ask questions - the sessions are open to all. More details here.   
     
    March 13th Rev Dominic Jones Police Chaplaincy
    March 20th Rev Tom Honey Hospice Chaplaincy
    March 27th Rev David Hinks Prison Chaplaincy
    April 3rd Malcolm Murray Basingstoke Street Pastors
    April10th Mervyn Thomas Christian Solidarity Worldwide

     

    Lango Link Report 
    We have recived an update from our friends in Lango - click here to read their letter. To see a brief report on last years trip to Lango by members of the deanary click here
     
    The parish prayer/Bible reading diary for February to March is now available. We include prayers for our communities, those in need, and some of our regular church events across the benefice.
     
    Live the Mission News Letters
    Why not find out a bit more about some of the faith-based projects and events being carried out in other parishes across the Diocese -  visit the live the mission page for more information.
     
     
     
     
     

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