Holy Rood Communion

                                                                     

Crofton Church of England Parish covers the communities of Stubbington and Hill Head which lie between Southampton and Portsmouth.  There are two church buildings in the parish; the larger and newer is Holy Rood while the smaller, older building is St Edmunds (sometime known as Crofton Old Church).

The vision of the parish is 
•    To learn intentionally how to be followers of Christ
•    To resource church members
•    To be united for mission around a variety of expressions of church


Whether you live in the area or are just visiting, whether you have a Christian faith or are just interested in finding out more, you would be very welcome to join us at any of our meetings.

If you have any questions about Holy Rood and St. Edmund's please contact the Parish Office on 01329 661154 or email office@croftonparish.org.uk.

 

Men's Breakfast Saturday 5th September 7:30am Holy Rood Centre

At our next breakfast the hot topic is 'The Porn Challenge - Keeping a pure heart' with guest speaker Ian Traynor

All men are invited and encouraged to bring friends and neighbours to the next Men's Breakfast at Holy Rood Church Centre, Stubbington, PO14 2AS, 7.30am. To book your place just email the church office on office@croftonparish.org.uk or phone 01329 661154. The cost is £5, payable on the door, for a fabulous full English Breakfast, the kind you never get at home these days! 

 

Causeway

The Causeway congregation gathers together on the first Sunday of the month, from 6.30pm – 7.30pm, at Holy Rood Church. Drinks are available from 6pm. This congregation is open to everyone but when we meet for worship there will be special provision for adults with learning disabilities. The great thing is that we can all learn from one another and worship is enriched when abilities, traditions and ages are mixed – enriched, that is, if we approach it with the right heart.  So do join us on the first Sunday of the month.

 

Prayer

‘You heard my cry for mercy when I called to you for help’ Psalm 31:22
Every day there is prayer going on in this church for all kinds of different people and situations. Some are anxious about family members, or facing illness, unemployment or money problems. If you would like prayer for any situation please click on the Prayer Requests button and email prayer@croftonparish.org.uk  You don’t have to give your name if you’d rather not, but please be assured that anything you say or share with us will be treated in the strictest confidence. If you would like one of the clergy to pray for you at home that can also be arranged. Outside of office hours please email our clergy: clergy@croftonparish.org.uk