The Churches

Fleet, and the linked town of Church Crookham, is in the Hart District of North East Hampshire and has a growing population of around 40,000. It has 10 churches, all of which are members of Churches Together.

Anglican  All Saints

Christ Church, Crookham

St Philip and St James (P & J) 

Baptist Church Crookham Baptist

Fleet Baptist

Local Ecumenical Partnership Church on the Heath

Methodist Fleet Methodist

Roman Catholic Church of our Lady

Holy Trinity

United Reformed United Reformed Church, Fleet 

All Saints Church - C of

All SaintsChurch Road, Fleet 

Contact 01252 812114 - 

Revd. Mark Hayton (01252 219281) -   

Sunday Services
10.00 am Sung Eucharist (3rd)
10.00 am All Age Worship (1st)

10 am Tuesday Praise and Play (term time)

Junior Church, Youth Groups, Prayer & Study

 The Parish of Fleet is a friendly Anglican parish with two church buildings, All Saints in Church Road and Saints Philip And James (or "P&J" to its friends) in Kings Road.

Following the fire at All Saints Church on 22 June 2015 we are worshipping in Ss Philip and James church and also our parish community centre - please see our weekly NewsSheet or the diary on the church website for details of service locations.

In addition to our Sunday services we have weekday worship on Wednesday mornings in Ss Philip and James, a Tuesday morning prayer group and house groups. We also have weekday evening services on special occasions in the Church Calendar.

We have many activities for Families as well as a number of active and lively Parish Groups. You'll always receive a warm welcome at our Coffee Bar, open Mondays to Saturdays from 10am-12.30pm in our Parish Centre.


Christ Church - C of

Christ ChurchGally Hill Road, Church Crookham 

Contact 01252 617130 (Parish Office) - 

Christ Church is the Anglican parish church for the parish of Crookham - a busy residential parish of some 15,000 people, comprising the area of Fleet to the south of the Basingstoke Canal, all of Church Crookham, and Crookham Village.

The church was built in 1841 to serve the growing population of the area at that time. It is the oldest church in the locality, and is a real gem of Victorian architecture and art.

Sunday worship attracts a large - and diverse - congregation. It is based around the Eucharist, and we enjoy good liturgy, music and preaching. Traditional worship is complemented with monthly sung Matins, whilst the Family Eucharist on the 3rd Sunday of each month offers a more contemporary style, as do occasional evening services.

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals also form a significant part of our ministry to the parish.

We seek to promote the relevance and challenge of the Gospel - the 'good news of Jesus Christ' - to the whole community. This is undertaken through strong links to local schools (especially our church-aided Crookham Infant School), and through many other organisations, including Playgroup, Parent and Toddler group, Brownies, Art Classes, a self-help group, Wives Group and Mothers Union.

For young people, a very active Sunday School and Crèche take place during worship. Singing is led by youngsters in the choir, and we have an instrumental band for the Family Eucharist. A Youth Club meets weekly and is very popular, whilst for adults our Thursday 'Chat Café' offers the opportunity to chat over tea or coffee about every subject under the sun.

Whether you are a visitor, a newcomer to the area, or an established resident, we invite you to 'Come, and See': we assure you that you will be most welcome.

Sunday Services
10 am Parish Eucharist (1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th)
10 am Family Eucharist (3rd)
6.30 pm Said Evensong / Youth Worship (usually monthly)

St Philip & St James - C of

PJKings Road, Fleet

 Revd. Carol Dunk (01252 444872) - 

Contact 01252 812114 - 

Sunday services

8 am Holy Communion
10 am Sung Eucharist (1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th)
10 am All Age Worship (3rd)
11.45 am Baptism Service (2nd & 4th)

6.30 pm Choral Evensong (2nd)
6.30 pm Taize Prayer (4th)


11.45 am Holy Communion - Mondays

9.30 am Eucharist - Wednesdays

Junior Church, Youth Groups, Prayer & Study 

Please see All Saints Church above for further information. 

Church Crookham Baptist

CCBCBasingbourne Road, Fleet

Contact 01252 617711

Minister: Paul Brice -

We are a small but lively church based in Church Crookham. We meet together every Sunday for our main service, and many of us take part in a number of other activities that happen during the week.

We aim to be a welcoming, inclusive family, centred on our Lord Jesus Christ, where all will find encouragement and inspiration. Our Sunday services are contemporary and we enjoy good musical backing to our worship.

We are affiliated to the Baptist Union, and are a member of Churches Together in Fleet and Crookham.

Sunday Services
10.30 am
6.30 pm (2nd & 4th)

Fleet Baptist

Fleet Baptist Church115 Clarence Road, Fleet - 

Minister - Revd Christopher J Bird - 

Associate Pastor - Nic Arkley -

Youth Pastor - Amy Barnett -   

Administrator - Rosalyn Einchcomb -   

Fleet Baptist is a Word and Spirit church of around 300 people, with a longing to see revival. Our congregation reflects a wide range of backgrounds, ages and experiences, and together we work under God to fulfil our mission, which is helping others in Fleet and beyond to know and show the love of God in Jesus.

We believe we are all called to deepen the ways in which we encounter God personally, and make God known in practical ways by serving our community.

Our worship is relaxed and informal as we seek to be open to the Holy Spirit in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ. We use mainly contemporary songs, but also include traditional hymns, and our music is usually led by one of our worship bands.

Sunday Services

Morning services at All Saints School, Lea Wood Road, Fleet GU51 5AJ

9 - 10 am Worship

10.30 am Worship and Sunday School

6 pm Encounter (at Clarence Road)

The Church on the
A partnership of the Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Churches

COTHChurch Office - 01252 400236

Revd Patrick Butler -   - 01252 400237 

Secretary - 

Youth Work -   

The Church on the Heath was established in 2000 as the first residents moved into the new development at Elvetham Heath. Churches Together in Fleet and Crookham formed a partnership of 4 denominations to plant the new church, gathering a starting congregation of 25 people and hiring a Minister. The regular congregation has grown to over 150, who are active in sharing the good news of Jesus and serving the emerging community at Elvetham Heath in a variety of ways.

The 10am service each Sunday morning provides the focal point of our church week. Our largest congregation brings together people of all ages for a time of worship which includes traditional and contemporary music.Junior Church and Youth Group meet during the service and a crèche with an audio-visual link to the main worship area is available for babies and children under three.On Sunday evenings, an informal worship service take place at 7:30pm.

Weekday Activities: Alpha (courses starting in January and September each year) A relaxed and informal introduction to the Christian faith. Bring your questions - none is too simple or to hostile.

House Groups meet for discussion, Bible study, prayer and support at houses across Elvetham Heath throughout the week. A monthly Prayer Night is held at the church.

'Time Out' Youth Group meets on Sunday mornings, and the group also enjoys outside activities including Laser Quest, donutting etc.

Other activities include a Toddler Praise Service, a monthly lunch, and a Parent & Toddler Group. The church coffee bar is open to all Monday to Saturday mornings.

Sunday Services
10 am and 7.30 pm

Fleet Methodist

FMCReading Road South, Fleet

Revd Billy Slatter -   - 01252 617698

The present church building dates from 1972 when the churches in Reading Road South and Fleet Road joined to worship together.

As Methodists we worship in a variety of ways valuing the traditional and the creative. We attach great importance to the singing of hymns, not only because of the music, but because the words express our faith. We expect our worship to provoke thought about the relevance of bible teaching to our everyday lives. We are blessed musically by an excellent choir, a number of organists and also a Music Group. Apart from the standard range of groups that an established church has, which cater for people of all ages, we run an active Junior Church and Boys' and Girls' Brigade companies and a Pre-School.

We have recently installed computer and projection equipment which we hope will add another dimension to all our worship.

Sunday Services
9 - 10 am Traditional Worship
10.30 am Morning Worship (with Junior Church and a Crèche )
6.30 pm Evening Worship

Wednesday 9 am Holy Communion

Church of Our Lady - Roman

COOLKings Road, Fleet

Contact 01252 616963 (

Father Sean Tobin - 

Deacon John Cumpsty - 

The church and parish reached its centenary in 2008. There are three buildings on the site; the most recent (1965) is the current church. The earlier buildings have been adapted into community and social facilities used by church and external groups. Shortly, within the Diocese of Portsmouth, we will become integrated into a larger pastoral area.

Parish life is centred on the Sunday Mass, enhanced and supported by formation: mothers and toddlers and children's liturgy; sacramental programmes including parents; evangelisation and faith enquiry processes; prayer and other groups, some held in people's homes; and social activities.

Weekdays we have worship at 9.30 am, either Mass or Liturgy of the Word, and associated prayer groups which meet at varying times and in people's homes. We are actively involved in 'Churches Together'.

10.30 am Sunday Mass with Children's Liturgy

Holy Trinity - Roman

Holy TrinityBowenhurst Road, Church Crookham, Fleet

Contact 01252 616963 (

Father Sean Tobin -

Deacon John Cumpsty -


6 pm Saturday Vigil
9 am Sunday Mass with Children's Liturgy 

United Reformed Church, Fleet -

URCKings Road, Fleet

Minister - Revd Ruth Dillon -   - 01252 625238

Secretary - Moray Henderson -   - 01252 659569

The United Reformed Church is a union between the Congregational Church of England & Wales, The Presbyterian Church of England, The Churches of Christ and The Congregational Church of Scotland.

At Fleet, we are a growing family of people of all ages.

We are committed to worshipping together in a variety of ways; to enabling all ages to learn from and with each other; to deepening fellowship, engaging in outreach to the community, and working creatively in projects for justice, peace and the integrity of creation.

Our premises are new and suitable for our needs. They are well used during the week, both by ourselves and the community. This includes Carer and Toddler Groups; Brownies and Rainbows; and University of the Third Age Groups.

Highlights for us include regular Bible Study and Prayer; monthly events for enjoying ourselves together and a weekly Coffee Morning on Thursdays which is open to and used by all.

Sunday Services
10 am Family Worship (Holy Communion 3rd)
6.30 pm (1st Sunday only) Evening Worship and Holy Communion