If you live or work in the villages of Bisley or West End, we are your Parish Church and we are HERE FOR YOU.
Whether you are looking for:

  • a place to worship and grow in faith
  • a church family to become part of
  • help with your spiritual questions or direction
  • support through a difficult time 
  • a special service to mark an important life event

please do not hesitate to get in touch.               Upcoming Services

Teas on the Rec this week - Thursday 20th June, 2pm-5pmTeas on the Rec

TOTR Team is back at the Pavilion off Shaftesbury Road every Thursday throughout the summer months. 

This week they are supporting
Bisley Consolidated Charities.

Love your Burial Ground Week - Saturday 8th – Sunday 16th June

If you are interested in counting wildlife in your local churchyard or cemetery – visit this page to learn how to get started and share your records.

For further information go to  Caring For God's Acre.

Summer Concert at Bisley

Tickets are going fast!  Click here to book your tickets for the evening event through Eventbrite.

   Summer Concert at Bisley 2024

Mid-day Communion CANCELLED Wednesday 26th June*

Our congregation represents people of all ages and stages of faith.  We have different backgrounds and life experiences, but we are united by our desire to worship God, seek God’s presence and discover more of what it means to follow Jesus at this time in this place. 

Puppets - Baptism talk

                                                  West End Church

Our churches are open during the week for anyone to come in to use the space and silence to think and pray.  You are always welcome; we would love to see you.

We are very fortunate to have two beautiful churchyards in our parish.  They provide areas where you can wander around and admire the flowers, birds, butterflies and other insects that inhabit these spaces.  Or you can sit on one of the benches that are available and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of life.  Please feel free to visit our churchyards, they are always open.

 Revd Fiona Simon