Welcome to the Parish of Fleet

 Welcome to the Parish of Fleet, in Hampshire. We are delighted that you are visiting our website today.

Raising a cuppa

Click photo to see our Royal Street Party


 

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?

Fleet Orchestra will be having a Christmas Soiree on Wednesday 14th December at 8.00pm in Ss Philip & James Church, Fleet, with Christmas Carols and also including music by Schubert, Ravel and Leroy Anderson. Free admission. Donations welcome.
This year’s Fleet Choral Society Carol Concert in aid of Christian Aid is on Thursday 8th December at Ss Philip & James Church, Kings Road, Fleet. GU51 3AR Tickets £5 on the door (only) and include coffee & a mince pie … Continue reading →
We are now taking bookings for Fleet Parish Magazine for 2017 – please contact the parish office for pricing details.
There will be a Traidcraft Stall after the 10.00am Sunday morning service at Ss Philip & James Church – advent calendars, chocolate, sweets and Christmas cards available to buy – so please remember to come and take a look when … Continue reading →
All welcome to join us on Wednesday, 30th November, 2.30pm at All Saints School for this short time of prayer for the school and community.  More details via the parish office and school office.
All welcome to our Holy Grounds Café – a new way to explore together questions of faith together. This month we will be looking at  “What’s the point of Christmas?” Come and have coffee and cake, meet new people and join in … Continue reading →

 

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