Churches in Hawley


Please see the Hawley Parish website which provides up to date information regarding their events and services.

Regular Groups & Activities include:
-All Saints Pre-School

- Tea at Two meet Fridays 2.00pm-4.00pm in Alll Saints’ Hall for cake, tea/coffee and conversation.

-Bible Study Groups meet Thursdays 11.00am at Holy Trinity and 7.00pm at All Saints. All are welcome.

- Hawley Anglican Mens Society (HAMS) is a group for the men of Hawley Parish and meet monthly on Mondays in the Holy Trinity Hall at 8.15 pm. Any male member of our church is eligible for membership which costs £10 per year. Activities include talks, quizzes and social events (skittles evenings, Steam Railway Trips, BBQs, Christmas Dinners); some of the events are shared with members of the Mothers’ Union.

- Hawley Mothers' Union (MU) meet in the Holy Trinity Hall at 8.00 pm on the third Monday of each month. MU is an international Christian organisation which promotes the value of marriage and stable family. There is a full programme of events and speakers.
The Leader is Mrs Joan Young who may be contacted via

- Hawley Bellringing Team: The bells are rung every Sunday at 10.30am, at Weddings and on special occasions. Ringing Practice takes place on Tuesday evenings at 7.45-9.00 pm. Extra tuition for beginners is available by arrangement. The Tower Captain is Richard Payne.

About Hawley Parish

Hawley Parish consists of the Holy Trinity Church & Hall in Blackwater and All Saints’ Church & Hall in Farnborough. Services at Holy Trinity are on Sundays 11.00am, Wednesdays 6.30pm, Fridays 11.00am.
Services at All Saints' are on Sundays 9.15am.

Find out more

Hawley Parish




Holy Trinity Church & Hall
Fernhill Road
Hampshire GU17 9BN

All Saints’ Church & Hall
Chapel Lane
Hampshire GU14 9EW

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