We seek justice, fairness and mercy in society because we follow Jesus. This concern for justice and fairness is part of what makes us want to look after the earth. Our concern and care starts at our front door in Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesley.

Collecting for Romsey Food bank

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

Childrens Craft Club

Two hours of crafty fun for younger children, followed by a simple supper at All Saints Church.

Toddler Cafe at Ampfield

A cafe setting for toddlers to enjoy with their parents, grandparents, or carers. Tea, coffee, juice and healthy snacks.

T-Cup Cafe

T-Cup is a welcoming place to meet friends old and new in North Baddesley. Cafe runs Most Thursday mornings at All Saints, North Baddesley.

Our Eco Churches

God's love makes us want to care for the world. We use the Eco Church scheme to help us do this well.

Silver surfing

Silver surfing is a group in North Baddesley which helps older people learn how to use a computer, tablet or smartphone. The group runs most Wednesdays, 10-12 noon and 1-3 pm.

News about social action and community transformation

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?

A new bug hotel at St John the Baptist

We are committed to looking after the environment in our communities and beyond. At St John the Baptist we’ve just finished a new bug hotel as part of our work as an A Rocha UK Eco Church.

WFA: growing a service of choice for children and young familes

Worship for All is getting a specific remit to support children and families in worship and spreading from Ampfield to North Baddesley.

All Souls: a space for memory

Each year @acnbchurch uses All Souls day to mark bereavement . We see a large number of families for funerals, and we have found it is good to have a space for shared solace.

Meet Little Saints Preschool

Little Saints Community Preschool meets in the Church Hall every day during term time from 8.30am - 3pm.

General Election: 2017, our guidance

The election is on 8th June 2017. The differences between parties mean the next government will greatly change our country. We encourage all eligible to vote with care, for peace and mercy.

“Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke? Is it not to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter

The prophet Isaiah in Isaiah 58.6-7