Christ Church Crookham is the parish church of Church Crookham and Crookham Village and is situated on Gally Hill Road in the heart of the community.
Our worship services are varied, to meet the different spiritual needs of our Parish. Our aim in worship is to make a meeting place with God and with one another.
We offer a warm welcome to you at our church.
Revd. Steve Franklin
See here for information about all our services, including:
Sunday Parish Eucharists, Sunday Family Services, 'Cake Church', Evening Prayer and Night Prayer.
(LS = Live-Streamed)
Wednesday 1st February
4pm Evening Prayer
Sunday 5th February
9am Parish Eucharist
11am Family Worship including children
Wednesday 8th February
4pm Evening Prayer
Sunday 12th February
9am Parish Eucharist (LS)
11am Family Communion with Sunday School
4.30pm Cake Church
Wednesday 15th February
4pm Evening Prayer
5+5 Jan 2023 – New Beginnings
5+5 is an encouragement to spend five minutes reading a short Bible passage and five minutes praying.
See below for details.
Diary and Events
CH = Church, LR=Lefroy Room, VH= Vestry Hall
Parents and Toddlers Group
Weekly on Thursdays 1pm to 2.30pm
Very relaxed atmosphere, adults sat around the hall with toys and games in the centre. Then a 5 to 10 minute story or song time at the end of each session.
No need to book, just come along with your child/children. All children are welcome up to 4 years old. Email Sarah Griffiths here for information.
You can give donations online to help with the work of Church. Click here to go to the Church Stewardship page
We have 3 venues available for hiring, a meeting room, a hall, and the church. For information click here.
Hearing Aid Hub
19th Feb, 12th Mar, 16th Apr, 21st May, 11th June, 23rd July, 20th Aug, 10th Sep, 8th Oct, 19th Nov, 10th Dec
Come to the Lefroy Room between 10am and 11am for hearing aids (NHS) servicing and basic repairs. Batteries can also be collected.
Coffee & Chat
10-11.30am every Thursday
Coffee, tea and friendly conversation in the Lefroy Room. Everyone welcome. Please bring your own cup!
Approx every 3rd Saturday, 9.30am
We meet on Saturday mornings usually every 3 weeks in order to maintain the grounds of the church.
We always welcome new volunteers.
2023 meeting dates can be found here.
December/January Magazine now available
Contact the office to receive either a traditional paper version, or to have it as a PDF document emailed to your inbox.
The parish office is open to visitors Mon-Fri, 11am to 1pm.
Christians together in Fleet and Church Crookham - our four projects
Christians Against Poverty
Christ Church is pleased to announce we now partner with Christians Against Poverty (CAP) and we are committed to tackling the causes of poverty in our local area by providing free debt help and community groups.
There is a 'Life Skills' course aimed at those having financial difficulty.
See here for more information.
Fleet Angels are Christian volunteers drawn from all the churches in Fleet & Crookham. They aim to provide support to the vulnerable on a Saturday night in Fleet.
LivingStones Christian Centre serves and provides resources for Christians and churches of the community around Fleet.
See here for more information
Fleet & Crookham Churches Together in Schools (FACCTS)
FACCTS is a community youth project to serve our local schools with a mission to bring the Christian faith to the students. This covers 12 state schools and 4000 children of all ages.
A Prayer Calendar for the Parish
Thursday - Feast of the Presentation (Candlemas)
Area 7 (Crookham Park and area south-east of Aldershot Road)
East Clandon, St Thomas of Canterbury and West Clandon, St Peter and St Paul
Photo by Shane Rounce on Unsplash
Worldwide Anglican Church
The Diocese of Pennsylvania - The Episcopal Church
All who provide local services
This prayer calendar draws together general topics for each day, specific dioceses in the worldwide Anglican Church, parishes in our own diocese and geographical areas of our parish so that each day has a unique collection of topics for prayer.
The parish boundary and areas can be seen on an enlarged version of the map by clicking the image to the right.
5+5 is an encouragement to spend five minutes a day reading the Bible and five minutes praying. This week’s theme is the new start for Israel when they returned from the Babylonian exile.
Sun 29 Jan: Ezra 1.1-8 – thank God for all who use their power for good
Mon 30 Jan: Ezra 3.7-13 – ask God for strength to build his kingdom
Tue 31 Jan: Haggai 1.1-15 – ask God to stir our spirits to work for him
Wed 1 Feb: Haggai 2.1-9 – ask God to help with disappointment
Thu 2 Feb: Nehemiah 2.1-9 – ask God to make you bold for him
Fri 3 Feb: Nehemiah 4.1-18 – ask God to make us resourceful
Sat 4 Feb: Nehemiah 6.15-7.1 – thank God for help when opposed