Throughout lockdown, Winterborne Whitechurch church will be open to all for individual prayer on Thursdays from 9am to 3pm.
Whenever possible, Rev’d Lewis Pearson will pray here on the Thursday morning.
Please note, it is a legal requirement to wear a mask.
Hand sanitizer will be available.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Three Sunday services a month
2nd Sunday – Holy Communion: 10 am
3rd Sunday – Morning Worship: 10am
4th Sunday – Holy Communion: 8:30 am
(Mondays – Morning Prayer: 8.35 am) View Service Details
Old School Room – available for hire Contact Ellen Evans: 01258 880226
Disabled toilets and kitchen facilities
Weekly Cup and Cake
Wednesdays from 10.30 am
Church History and Interesting Facts
Originally a 12th century church, with major alterations in 1844. It was seriously damaged by fire in 1867.
Six yew trees form an avenue from the churchyard east entrance to the south facing porch.
17th Century Vicar imprisoned
The non-conformist preacher John Wesley, grandfather of John and Charles Wesley (the founders of Methodism), was appointed Vicar of Winterborne Whitechurch by Oliver Cromwell’s Commission of Triers in 1658.
John Wesley was imprisoned for not using the Book of Common Prayer and ejected in 1662, delivering his farewell sermon to a weeping audience on August 17th of that year.
Treble – John Taylor 1990 3-1-18
2nd – John Warner 1866 4-3-20
3rd – William Tosier 1730 5-2-18
4th – Salisbury foundry 14th C. 6-1-8
5th – Purdue 1608 8-1-18
Tenor – John Warner 1866 11-0-10 Practice night
Thursdays 7.30 – 9pm (except 1st Thursday in the month) – please visit and, if you are a ringer, join in the practice!
We suggest you ring John on 01258 880457 to check that we are practising.