St. Mary’s is a large beautiful Norman church which can be found in Herriard on the A339 between Basingstoke and Alton. Details of its history may be found here.
There are services most Sundays, the worship pattern encompassing a wide variety of traditions from the 1662 Communion service through to an informal monthly family service. The church receives much support from the village, and this is . This is particularly the case at Harvest, Remembrance Sunday, the Advent evening Carol Service and Christingle and Christmas services in December.
There is also a weekday communion service, at 10.00am on the 3rd Thursday of most months, which lasts about 30 minutes and is followed by coffee and refreshments.
All are welcome to all services. All the services are followed by refreshments to give us an opportunity to meet with one another.
Current Information and how to Find Us
Service details and other information may be found in the monthly parish magazine, which is shared with Tunworth, Upton Grey and Weston Patrick and may be viewed or downloaded on the Parish Magazine section of this website.
In 2008 the bells at St Mary's were increased from three to six, the bell tower repaired and the frame strengthened and extended - for more information please click here.
The map below shows St Mary's Church Herriard and the parish of Herriard with Winslade: the map can be moved like any Google map, or zoomed using +/-. To reach the church on SatNav, use postcode RG25 2PL.