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Some things to consider when visiting our parish

Our churches are open to all and we try to ensure that you receive a warm welcome, whether this is your first time, or you are a regular or returning visitor.

Plan your route

Here are the postal addresses for our office and each of our churches which can be used in conjunction with your sat-nav.

Parish Office
West Street
Fareham
Hampshire
PO16 0EL
P: 01329 232688
Holy Trinity Church
West Street
Fareham
Hampshire
PO16 0EL
St Columba Church
Hillson Drive
Fareham
Hampshire
PO15 6PF

Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity is a church (with a tower) built in 1834–5. It is situated in Fareham town centre, on the south side of West Street opposite the junction with Trinity Street. Public car parking is available at the back of the church and can be reached via Western Road. The small car park directly outside the Parish Centre (Hall) doors is restricted parking (permit holders only) and is monitored by an external company. Further public car parking is available in Trinity Street, which is the road opposite the front of the church.

As well as our daily services the church is open for private prayer and viewing between 11.00am and 3.00pm on weekdays (except for Thursday, which is open until 1.00pm) and 11.00am until 1.00pm on Saturdays when members of the congregation are always ready to chat or to provide more information.

St Columba Church

St Columba

The church of St Columba is located in the north west part of the town at the junction of Hillson Drive with Highlands Road. It is a modern church built in 1963 and its landmark is the separate bell tower. Car parking is available adjacent to the church and hall.

Don’t leave immediately

Please don’t leave straight away. We would encourage you to speak to us. Look out for our ‘welcomers’ who can be identified by their badges. Some of the most dedicated volunteers will still be hanging around. You’ll get a chance to interact on a deeper level and ask questions. Plus, you can learn a lot about the fellowship of our churches by whether or not people linger afterwards. We would encourage you to ask questions. Not everything may be obvious and we think that our parish has a lot to offer.

The map above and the directions below are to assist you in finding the location to Holy Trinity church and the parish office starting from your current location. The map, directions and time are generated as a guide only and the parish can accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that arise as a result of using them to attend our churches. Please allow ample time for travelling and arriving safely!