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We are a lively Anglican church for the whole village of Overton.
The church is made up of people at all stages on the faith journey and all ages and backgrounds.
There are good facilities for children and young people to enjoy their own activities. We make good use of our modern Church Rooms with midweek groups running for children and the local community.
Our main Sunday service is at 10:30 am. Weekly home groups are the backbone of the church where people meet to encourage and support each other and grow in our faith in Jesus Christ.
In view of the current situation and following the latest advice from the Government and the Church of England, all Sunday services are suspended until further notice and church buildings are now closed.
Our worship of God and our care for each other continue but cannot be done in the church.
These are unprecedented days indeed and we will now be thinking how as a church we can still support and encourage one another & our wider community, even though we are no longer able to meet together. Please be assured of our prayers and stay safe.
Rev’d James Russell
We are continuing to support Andover Food Bank during this period of self-isolation. Their urgent needs can be found on their website and donated items can be left at the Overton Co-op.
Your support at the present time is especially appreciated.
Thank you so much to those who have donated towards this fund and to those
who have signed up to give regularly. A regular flow of income into this fund will ensure the good
state of repair and appearance of the grade II listed building. If you haven’t
already signed up to give an amount regularly please contact David Rees at ochfpromoter
and he will give you a simple pack and a form to fill in.
More details of Overton Church Heritage Fund.
From now on we hope to have a recorded sermon, music and intercessions available every week
You can help support the church when you shop on-line, by using the Easy
Fundraising website. It really is easy!
Read more here.