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    St Vincents church has been home to a worshipping community for over 700 years and continues to offer a warm welcome to everyone.  The church seeks to serve the community around it and offers a place of welcome and hospitality through worship. 

    There are Communion services on the second, third and fourth Sundays and Songs of Praise on the first Sunday of the month.
    The Junior Church* for children of primary age gathers in the church on the third Sunday at 10.45.  

    The bell ringing team rings each week before the Sunday service - and welcome enquiries from those interested in learning to bell ring.

    'Shake, Rattle and Praise '* for Toddlers and Babies  with parents and carers meets here 10.30am on the 3rd Wednesday in the month - please note that this is not meeting in the autumn term.


    MID-WEEK SERVICE  The 9.30am service on the first Wednesday of the month in St Vincents offers an opportunity for a quiet moment of focus in the middle of what can be a busy week.  This is a said communion service in modern language (30 mins), without hymns or sermon, but with prayers and with a short time of quiet reflection. 


    Littlebourne - St Vincent

    1st Sunday    11:00am   Songs of Praise

    2nd Sunday    11:00am  Parish Communion

    3rd Sunday    11:00am   Parish Communion (with Junior Church* gathering in the church at 10:45am)

    4th Sunday    11:00am   Parish Communion

    5th Sunday   Joint Benefice service at 10:00am held in different churches in turn

    1st Wednesday of the month* there is a 9.30am 'said service' of Holy Communion (modern language 30 mins). No hymns or sermon but a time of quiet for reflection.

     * currently on hold


    For enquiries to the Churchwardens click here

    Find out more about the history of St Vincents here.


    Some recent photos:

    A selection from "A Commemoration of World War 1" 11th November 2018. Thanks to the various contributors to this display, including the school.


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