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Join as we ‘Bow Down’ to celebrate Pentecost around the city – 19th May

In the lead up to Pentecost, Christians from across Winchester are uniting to ‘Bow Down’ in prayer. As the sun goes down on 19th May, we’ll be praying for the peace and welfare of our city, finishing off by lighting torches or phone lights in a symbolic prayer for Jesus, the light of the world, […]

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Churches Together in Winchester’s pandemic work recognised by ‘Local Hero Award’

Churches Together in Winchester has been presented with The Mayor of Winchester’s ‘Local Hero Award’. The citation, submitted by Anna O’Brien of Winchester Radio, says that “Churches Together in Winchester have been compassionate and amazing throughout coronavirus” citing the churches’ efforts to keep people connected with their faith and working tirelessly to support the most […]

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Job Opportunity – St Paul’s Church Site Manager

St Paul’s Church near Winchester Station is looking for a practical, resourceful people-person to be its site manager. If you are interested in applying see the details below. The purpose of the role is to ensure the safe and efficient running of the buildings that St Paul’s and St Matthew’s are responsible for and to […]

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Churches Together hosts Prayer for Winchester online

Winchester churches are coming together online to pray for the city collectively on Tuesday 2nd February. Prayer for Winchester is a one-off event, to be held on Zoom between 7.30 and 8.30pm. The event is Churches Together in Winchester’s response to The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, summed up in the phrase ‘abide in […]

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Winchester Basics Bank seeks logistics manager

Winchester Basics Bank is seeking an experienced person for the new position of Logistics Manager as a fixed term part-time contract of 9 months that could be extended or made permanent depending upon our development. Reporting to the Operations Manager, the successful candidate will help the charity provide and develop its warehouse and distribution activities, […]

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Street pastors are recruiting for revival of night-time economy

Times change, lockdowns come and go, but Winchester’s Street Pastors have been out and about whenever they can be. They offer reassurance, safety and support to everyone out in the city at night by caring, listening and helping. Recruited from local churches, Street Pastors have been out on the city’s streets at weekends since 2011. […]

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Who needs a gift of joy from the Salvation Army Christmas Present appeal?

Unfortunately, it’s all too likely that Covid may prevent us visiting another family this Christmas. But nothing can stop us supporting another family at this difficult time. In Winchester, one simple way to do this is through the Salvation Army Christmas Present appeal. The appeal has been running for many years and makes a huge […]

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Watch ‘Thank you for the Rain’ and book your ticket for Green Week discussion

‘Thank you for the Rain’. Water is a precious resource. In the UK, we use too much and are constantly being reminded to conserve it. No one wastes water in the remote Kenyan village where farmer, Kisilu Musya lives. In his community, life-sustaining water is under threat from climate change. Now, with filmmaker, Julia Dahr, […]

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Winchester churches go online to bless the city at Pentecost

Pentecost service to be broadcast on YouTube Churches across Winchester have come together to create a special video service for Pentecost Sunday. The united service will be shown on the Churches Together in Winchester YouTube channel at 6pm on Sunday 31 May 2020 and available to view thereafter. Individual churches will also share the service […]

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Christian Unity service highlights importance of hospitality – 19 January

Churches Together in Winchester is holding its annual Christian Unity Service in Winchester Cathedral on Sunday 19th January at 6.30pm. The service brings together Christians from all over the city during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (18-25 January). The theme of this year’s Week of Prayer is hospitality, which represents a much needed […]

Churches Together to host election hustings

Take this chance to question your future MP. Churches Together in Winchester will be holding election hustings on Thursday 5th December at the United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester. Bishop Tim will be the Chairman, and it is expected that all candidates declared will be present to answer questions. Doors will be open at 6.30pm and […]

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Share a gift from God at this year’s Winchester Christmas Market

We all love Christmas. And, as Christians, we love to share the true meaning of Christmas, don’t we? Now’s your chance. Each year, Churches Together, at the invitation of the Bishop, organises the Real Christmas Chalet at the ever-popular Winchester Christmas Market. Staffing the chalet gives us the opportunity to share the love of God. […]

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