St Augustine's Church Aldershot


Sunday Services (Sung Mass) are usually held at 10.00am and a mid-week service is usually held on Wednesdays at 10am (Said Mass).

St Augustine's hall is typically hired for weekday community groups and all types of leisure and fundraising activities. Regular activities & groups include the Deux Chats Pre-School, community and interest groups (karate, line dancing and ballroom dancing).

Facilities and equipment for venue hire include a main hall (capacity 100+ people), conference room (capacity 25 people), kitchen & facilities, toilets including accessible toilet, cap parking (25 spaces), small stage, tables & chairs, and wheelchair access to the ground floor. Conditions/restrictions on use include no smoking, no alcohol and is unavailable for party hire (other conditions are listed on application).

For more information please visit the website and use the online contact form.

About St Augustine's Church Aldershot

St. Augustine’s Aldershot was built in 1907 and is the parish church for North Town. Standing within the catholic tradition of the Church of England, St. Augustine’s mission is ‘to bring people to a personal love and knowledge of Jesus Christ through its sacramental life and daily witness’. The life of the faith community is centred on the Mass or Eucharist and is part of the Diocese of Guildford.

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St Augustine's Church Aldershot

01252 320840



Holly Road
Hampshire GU12 4SE

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