Welcome to the Parish of Fleet

We are the Anglican Churches of Fleet, in Hampshire.

If this is your first visit you might like to find out about us. We would like to show you who we are and what we do in the Parish of Fleet. We hope that you’ll be inspired to visit our churches and join in our worship and activities.

If you would like to contact us, or learn more about the work of the Anglican Churches in Fleet and the wide range of activities and worship which we offer, please feel free to speak to one of our clergy, licensed lay ministers or the Parish Office (in the FPCC) using the details on our Contact us.. section.

You may be aware of the fire at All Saints Church on 22nd June 2015 – to find out more please see our Arise All Saints website.

What’s new in the Parish of Fleet?

Please join us for an afternoon of fun with a Bible story, games, craft and other activities all for FREE!  Our Journey to Easter theme has something for everyone and there’s even afternoon tea included. Saturday, 24th March, 2-4pm, Ss Philip … Continue reading →
We are sorry to say that we are canceling the afternoon tea & chat for Tuesday 20 March due to uncertainty regarding safe travel in the current weather conditions – we are sorry for any inconvenience.
We at the Parish of Fleet care for everyone’s needs. We would appreciate if any families that have children under the age of 16 could complete this short survey, to help us understand how we can improve the way we … Continue reading →
There are still tickets available for the Lent Meal with Friends led by Revd Steve Summers on Saturday 17th March – please contact our parish office or speak to one of the social committee at Church after the 10.00am service.
Our Canterbury Pilgrimage booked for Saturday 3 March has been postponed until Saturday 14 April. If you were booked on but can’t make the new date please contact the Parish Office. Alternatively, if you couldn’t make 3 March but would … Continue reading →
Your entry needs to be a square image (can be a photograph/drawing/painting so long as it is your own work) and can be anything related to the Christian aspects of Easter, eg the cross, or based on the words “Happy … Continue reading →
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