Our places are: St Mark's Church, Ampfield - St Denys Church, Chilworth - All Saints and St John the Baptist, North Baddesley. We are part of the Church of England.

We believe in a God who is creator, redeemer and sustainer

Belief in God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit is at the heart of our faith.

Christians believe that Jesus is God’s Son. Jesus reveals God as our Father, and that God is accessible to us through the Holy Spirit.

Sunday worship services

What to expect at different Sunday services across @acnbchurch...

First steps in faith

We believe that everyone should be able to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and decide whether they want to accept the offer of new life in God that Jesus makes possible. This page is about resources to do that.

Starting out in a small group

Small groups were the church at its beginning 2000 odd years ago. If you feel part of @acnbchurch we hope you join or small group journey

Collecting for Romsey Food bank

We collect for Romsey Food Bank, and can help you access the service if you need it.

Come into life. We are the Church of England in the communities of Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesley. Find faith, offer worship, and make the places we live better for everyone.


Vicar Victoria

News headlines

Community Remembers: V WWI Poppy Cascade Update

Over the Top: the North Baddesley project to knit poppies for a cascade down the tower at St John the Baptist saw the 2000th poppy donated this week. It’s going to be a spectacular way of commemorating the end of WWI. Thank you so much to everyone who is helping,

Pet, companion and working animal service 2018

Why have we spent the last two weeks thanking God for the partnership we have with working and companion or pet animals?

Where on earth is Heaven: Paula Gooder - In Review

This little book of guidance is as the name suggests short. ‘Where on earth is Heaven’ will get you thinking not only of heaven, but also of angels, life after death, and hell.

Camino de Santiago: Patricia Oliver's story

Pilgrimage has at its heart the search for the holy, or the boundary of human experience. Watch Patricia Oliver describe walking the camino with a relative in a wheelchair.

Community Remembers IV WWI Poppy Cascade Update

Very pleased to be continuing to receive poppies from people across North Baddesley. This week the total exceeds 1400. We’re doing well - but please keep knitting. We need lots more to make the cascade a fitting tribute. 

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