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Farley All Saints’ Church

Farley All Saints’ church is the Parish Church of Pitton and Farley, and part of the Clarendon Team.  Nils Bersweden is the team rector and he regularly leads services in our church, and we also have services led by other members of the Clarendon Team ministers (lay and ordained).

We have a wonderful organ to accompany services, which was built in 2000, and played by Richard Godfrey, and is also played by visiting organists.

At the moment our regular congregation is small, but we are working hard to build up the fellowship in our church and within our village, and always welcome newcomers very warmly!

Services at All Saints’ on Sundays are:

1st Sunday Morning Prayer with PathFinders, our Junior Church on alternate months at 11.00 am
2nd Sunday Parish Eucharist at 11.00 am
3rd Sunday Evening Service at 6.00 pm
4th Sunday Parish Eucharist at 11.00 am
5th Sunday we join with other congregations in the Clarendon Team

We share our ‘outreach’ with members of St Peters, Pitton, so we have PathFinders Junior Church which meets once a month alternately in Farley and Pitton and our Faith Exploration Group (an informal discussion group) which meets weekly on Wednesday evenings, again alternating between Pitton and Farley
We also share our ‘Mission Giving’ group and work together with the congregation in Pitton to raise money for specific charities each year.

We believe that Christianity means working within our communities, and to that end we make regular collections of food for the Trussell Trust (for the homeless), and organise social events within Farley such as a barbeque, barn dance, Harvest Supper and Thanks for Giving breakfast.




Right: Barn Dance at David’s Barn, Farley, to raise funds for repairs at All Saints’ – June 2008

Organ recitals and other musical events are held in the church throughout the year.




If you would like to find out more, come along and join us for a Sunday Service.

And for more about the history of our beautiful church, click here.