Great night at our Champions Fayre and AGM

We were thrilled by the turnout and enthusiasm at our Champions Fayre and Annual AGM which took place at ChristChurch on Tuesday 7 June. The evening was deliberately different in format with stands for each of our Churches Together Champions and then a short gathering to share what’s been going on and what the future […]

Silent Vigil in Solidarity with Refugees

Winchester’s Quakers are hosting a silent vigil to show solidarity with refugees on Wednesday 22nd June.  The vigil will take place between 11am and 12 noon at the Buttercross in Winchester High Street. Organisers are encouraging people to attend either for a few minutes, for the whole time or something in between.  If you’d like […]

A Vision for Winchester – we interview Nigel Hemming

Churches Together in Winchester is led by Nigel Hemming, the leader of Winchester Vineyard Church and champion for church unity across the city.  We caught up with Nigel to ask him what the vision for Churches Together looks like going forward. Hi Nigel.  How did you feel God call you to take on the role […]

Champions Fayre and AGM

We gather on Tuesday 7 June at 7.15pm for our AGM, this time with a twist. The evening will be dedicated to our Champions who work to connect the efforts of local churches in key areas of ministry.  You’ll be able to meet them and engage with each area including our work with Refugees, Business, […]

Three thousand gather in Winchester for Pentecost

Winchester Cathedral hosted a celebratory event at the event of a period of sustained prayer and mission across the Diocese and across the UK as part of Thy Kingdom Come. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby had called churches to a wave of prayer and mission at Pentecost and this culminated with five Cathedral celebrations in […]

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Winchester’s Pentecost Prayers

As Pentecost Sunday dawns the Winchester area is drawing to a close a season of prayer and celebration which it is hoped will have a long lasting affect on the city and it’s people. Thy Kingdom Come is a national initiative mixing local prayer with ‘beacon’ celebration events in Cathedrals as a focus this Pentecost. Answering […]

Pray for Local Elections in Winchester this week

This Thursday 5 May, Winchester residents go to the polls in Local and Parish elections and to elect a Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire. As ever these local elections remind us of those who serve in local government in our region and of the importance of our involvement in these processes. As the elections […]

Introducing our Champions

One of the new developments in Churches Together in Winchester is the appointment of champions to different areas of ministry in the town.  Each of these areas are issues where the church works together across denominational boundaries and with the aim of blessing the people of Winchester. Sue, Andrew, David, Paul, Jo and Jo are all […]

Join us to pray

Our Prayer Champion Andrew Walsh is hosting our next prayer gathering on 23 April at Winchester Vineyard Church from 9.30am to 12.30.  Andrew is gathering a network of people from across the city and from all types of churches to pray together for Winchester. To find out more get in contact with him prayer@ctwin.org.uk.

Food of Love

Music and faith are coming to lunchtimes in Winchester with ‘Space in the City’ and their latest events in May.  The Food of Love is a series of four talks exploring people who love music and whose love is seasoned by a little faith.  Charles Steward, June Boyce-Tillman, Penelope Cave and Christopher Seaman will be […]