praiseThank you for visiting our website, please take a look around and see what we do and what we can offer you as a visitor or what you would like to be involved with as a member of our church.

The Parish is located near Southampton, Hampshire, in the Diocese of Winchester and our Parish Church, dedicated to All Saints, in Fawley Village, dates from the 12th Century.

In Holbury, worship takes place in The Good Shepherd Church; the community in Langley pray in St Francis’ Church and the people sing in St George’s Chapel in Calshot.


Revd Canon Stuart Holt
The Rectory, Sherringham Close, Fawley, Southampton, SO45 1SQ
Tel. 023 8089 3552    

Want to arrange a Baptism or Wedding ceremony?

Visit our Baptism Enquiries or Arranging a wedding pages or use the Contact Us form to find out more, or view the Mousetales videos

Mid-week Communion Services for March:

Wednesday mornings at 9.30 a.m.
11th All Saints’, 18th St. Francis’, 25th All Saints’

Easter Lilies

If you would like to donate a Lily in memory of a loved one, please contact Margaret Richards or Stuart Holt. These lilies will be used to decorate All Saints’ Church at Easter. Each Lily donated will cost £5.

The Food Bank

The following items are in short supply and any donations would be much appreciated:
Sugar (1kg/500g), Instant Mashed Potato, Dried Milk Powder, Milk (UHT 1ltr/500ml)
Sponge Puddings, Fish (Tinned), Toilet Rolls, Coffee, Fruit Juice (long life)
Toiletries & Washing Powder

Lent Lunches

Saturday 7th March at The Good Shepherd & Saturday 21st March at St. Francis’
Time: 12:30 p.m. for 1:00 p.m. in aid of Missions and Charities. Tickets priced £3.50 will be available in each Church.

Café Lite at The Good Shepherd

If you would like to sponsor the bread or coffee, for Café Lite, please contact Pat Peckham or Angela Swann with your donation.

Holy Dusters

Two volunteers have now joined the team of Holy Dusters at All Saints’. If you would like to join this group, please contact Stuart on 023 8089 3552.

Missions and Charities

During March we will be supporting both the Lyndhurst Deanery Lent Mission for Rwanda (A Project to support Kigali Anglican Theological College in its training of Pastors) and our own Parish Charity which is the local branch of Waterside Good Neighbours which offers help and support to people in need including the housebound & those requiring travel for appointments, etc.

For the Deanery Mission the usual “Mission in Lent” envelopes will be available with the weekly notices during the weeks of Lent, to be returned on or before Easter Sunday.

Our Mission Statement

We are here to exercise the ministry of Jesus Christ in our own neighbourhood and to share in the wider ministry of the Church in the world.  This ministry includes worship, prayer, fellowship,  pastoral care, mission and service.

Our Mission Prayer

Lord, pour out upon us the gifts of your Holy Spirit, that we may live in love and joy and peace, sharing these blessings with those around us, as we journey Along the Way, to the glory of Your Name.  Amen.