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Parish Office


The Parish Office is open each weekday from 9.00am till 1.00pm (Monday to Thursday) and 9.00am till noon (Friday). It is the administrative centre of the Parish and the hub of communication.

Many parishioners use the office as a drop–in point for information to and from the clergy and usually Fiona Corless (Vicar’s Secretary) and Nikki Ellis (Parish Administrative Assistant) are there to help in any way. Hall bookings or enquiries for hall hire should also be addressed to the office team. Enquiries about marriage, baptism or funerals should also be made via the office.

If you require additional information or wish to contact a specific group or person, please get in touch with the Parish Office on telephone number 01329-232688 or .

Holy Trinity postal address is The Parish Office, West Street, Fareham, Hampshire PO16 0EL

Mail for the vicar at St Columba should be addressed to C/O The Parish Office, West Street, Fareham, Hampshire PO16 0EL

Stewardship Envelopes


This is a Stewardship parish. We regularly give to God, through the Church, a certain amount of our money, our time and our talents.

You can find out more by picking up a Welcome Pack in church which contains a special sheet about ways of giving money: the rest of the pack will suggest some of the ways you can use both your time and talents for God through His Church. You might want to suggest others....

Holy Trinity Baptism Group

The Baptism Group is a small group of committed people who have taken on the responsibilities of attending monthly baptism preparations (on a rota) in the Parish Centre, of supporting and getting to know the families of the children who are to be baptised, and also of attending the baptism.

The group is also responsible for sending a card, or sometimes a small book, on the anniversary of the baptism for the following five years. The members of the group see themselves as an important link between the congregation and the baptism families and a ‘friendly face’ when they join us for worship on a Sunday.