United Church Winchester

Welcome to the United Church Winchester.

 We invite all those who want to share in the exploration of what the Christian faith means to join us in worship and fellowship. We offer lively, relevant and interesting worship and assure you of a warm welcome.

As well as services on Sundays and Friday and groups who meet for fellowship, we have a Coffee Bar which is open to the public every week day morning from 10am - 2pm and on Saturdays from 10am - 12pm.  We also host various events open to one and all.

Please use the navigation list to explore what the church offers more.


This Week's Activities


10 am - 2 pm Coffee Bar Open


10 am - 2 pm   Coffee Bar Open

2 pm - 3.30 pm  Baby & Toddler Group


10 am - 2 pm   Coffee Bar open

2.30 pm - 3.30 pm  Wednesday Fellowship


10 am - 2 pm   Coffee Bar open

10 am - 1 pm   Coffee Bar Playtime in Room 1


10 am - 2 pm   Coffee Bar open

11 - 11.20 am  Friday Worship


10 am - 12 noon Coffee Bar open

Please scroll through Notices for more information

House Groups - evening & daytime.

House Groups: 

The Daytime House Group will meet in the Chapel at 2.30 pm on Tuesday 23 January, 6th and 20th February 2018, when we will continue looking at a series called 'Hope for Planet Earth'.

Are you a member of a house group?  If not why not consider joining one?  There are six groups, spread around the area, meeting on different days, one on a Tuesday afternoon in the Chapel.

'Churches In Winchester' Christian Unity Service, 21 January at 6.30 pm

'Churches in Winchester' Christian Unity Service at Winchester Cathedral, on 21 January, at 6.30 pm.  Our speaker this year is Bishop Angaelos, who is the Coptic Orthodox Bishop of London.  He also holds several other positions including Moderator of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and has been ecumenically active at local, national and international levels.  Bishop Angaelos works extensively to build bridges and promote dialogue and unity between Churches, faiths and communities in the United Kingdom.  He is a very inspiring speaker and we are pleased to offer this opportunity to hear him.  Up to date information can be found at http://www.bishopangaelos.org/

Wessex Synod - Opportunities for Young People

Wessex Synod - Opportunities for Young People.

It would be great to welcome new faces!

·         Youth Assembly, 19 – 21 January 2018 – A6 flyer enclosed.  Please publicise this event and encourage young people (School Year 10 up to age 25 years) to apply.  The theme is Pilgrimage: Are we there yet?  A weekend to focus on Jesus, to share in community with other young people, and to explore what it means to be church together.   Places are funded by Wessex Synod at the early bird price of £110.  Bookings online at www.urc.org.uk/urcya

·         Summer Camp, 13-15 July 2018 at Ferny Crofts Activity Centre in the New Forest.  Please put the date in your diary.

Covenant Prayer

Covenant Prayer: I am no longer my own but yours. Your will, not mine, be done in all things, wherever you may place me, in all that I do and in all that I may endure; when there is work for me and when there is none; when I am troubled and when I am at peace. Your will be done when I am valued and when I am disregarded; when I find fulfilment and when it is lacking; when I have all things, and when I have nothing. I willingly offer all I have and am To serve you, as and where you choose. Glorious and blessed God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, You are mine and I am yours. May it be so for ever. Let this covenant now made on earth Be fulfilled in heaven. Amen

Recordings of Services

Recordings of Services: The technical team can now provide digital recordings of services as well as tapes. This means we can write a CD for playing on an ordinary CD player, or copy the file to memory sticks and cards, etc. Unfortunately the files are too large for email. Please let me know if you might be interested in making use of this facility. Steve Barber