Abbey United Reformed Church, Romsey

Church by the arch

The congregation were asked to write down their wishes for the new year. Click on this "Word Picture" to see them all.

Welcome to our Church

Known locally as the “Church by the arch” we are just off the Square in the centre of Romsey - the archway was the gateway to the old Benedictine Abbey. Our church family welcomes everyone. We are an open fellowship, welcoming all denominations to join us in our church.

Each Sunday we have all age worship at 10.30am. Our young people join us for part of the service and then join their own groups.

Our sister church is in the village of Braishfield, opposite the village hall. Founded in 1818 its friendly and active congregation plays a valuable part in the life of the village.

Our minister, Revd Mike Perrott, MA joined us on 5 November 2016. He was welcomed by the congregation of this church and Braishfield URC, civic representatives, representatives from the other churches and the business community.

 

Baptisms

Every child is special. It is good to celebrate the gift of new life and to give thanks to God. We welcome children and adults and offer two services: a service of Baptism (sometimes known as ‘Christening) or a service of thanksgiving and blessing . The sacrament normally takes place within the 10.30 am Sunday Worship.

For further information please contact the Minister, Revd Michael Perrott 01794 512163; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Funerals

If you wish a service in the church as part of your funeral arrangements and to give thanks for a person's life, please contact the Minister, Revd Michael Perrott 01794 512163; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Weddings

Set in the heart of an ancient market town the our church is a is a charming place to celebrate your wedding!
For further information please contact the Minister, Revd Michael Perrott 01794 512163; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Events Calendar

Last month September 2019 Next month
M T W T F S S
week 35 1
week 36 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
week 37 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
week 38 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
week 39 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
week 40 30

Notices

  • This Sunday

    Sunday 15 September             

    10.30 am Combined Battle of Britain and RAFA Anniversary Family Service – led by the Minister

    6.30 pm Evening Communion Service in Abbey Hall Lounge led by the Minister

    Forthcoming Events

    Monday 16 September

    10.30 am MOT in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Tuesday 17 September

    10.15 am Grand Fun in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Wednesday 18 September

    2.00 – 4.00 pm Kettle’s On -Time for Tea in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Thursday 19 September

    7.30 pm Worship Group in Minister’s Vestry

    Friday 20 September

    7.30 pm Badminton in Abbey Hall

    Saturday 21 September

    7.00 – 11.00 pm Harvest Supper and Barn Dance

    Sunday 29 September following morning worship

    11.45 am Church Meeting

    Saturday 23 November

    10.00 am – 4.00 pm Church Vision Day in Abbey Hall led by Revd Mary Thomas and Ruth White

    Next Sunday

    Sunday 22 September

    10.30 am Family Harvest Festival led by Derek Hiscocks

    6.30 pm Evening Worship in Abbey Hall Lounge led by the Minister

     

     

Latest Articles

  • Prayer for September 2019
    Our grandson, Sam, has just returned from a year out teaching in Central  America.  Before coming home…
  • Prayer for June 2019
    As I sit in our study to write this prayer, I am struck by all…
  • Tuesday Prayer Meeting
    Unfortunately this group will not be meeting for the time being. We will update this…
  • Prayer for May 2019
    We can’t but have helped but notice the great distress and bewilderment over recent days…
  • Prayer for April 2019
    Easter is late this year, with the first three weeks of April being our final…

Login Form

If you would like a Login to allow you to add articles yourself please contact Carole Cox.