Coronavirus precautions

Following the government’s announcement on the 8th December 2021 here are the new guidelines for worship at our churches.

It is a legal requirement that everyone, unless medically exempt, must wear a face mask when attending a service at our churches or a gathering in the Church Centre. Social Distancing – Please maintain the 2 metre rules for social distancing.

These guidelines are formalised in our Risk Assessments for attending worship at Holy Trinity, Saint Michael and All Angels and Saint Hubert’s.


Revd Vickie Morgan
Priest In Charge
07429 187233

Thank you for visiting our website which I hope you will find both welcoming and useful. The BCI Churches are a benefice of Holy Trinity in Blendworth, Saint Michael and All Angels in Chalton and Saint Hubert’s in Idsworth. However, we are more than just buildings; we are a community of people who are inspired by our faith in God, to learn from the teachings of Jesus and seek to be led by the Holy Spirit, to love and serve the community around us.

Revd Joy Windsor
Assistant Minister
07730 168291

We worship together on Sunday mornings, and are involved in many other aspects of church and village life.  We would love to welcome you to any of our churches and get to know you, so please click on the links to find out more.

Revd Vickie, Saint Hubert’s, and Revd Joy, Holy Trinity and Saint Michael and All Angels, share a focal ministry in the benefice. You can email the Benefice Office and Revd Vickie or Revd Joy will respond or direct you to the appropriate person.

With a wealth of history to explore, and many unique and beautiful features we are well worth a visit.

Latest News and Upcoming Events

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2022

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is traditionally observed from the 18th to the 25th January – the octave of St. Peter and St. Paul. The story of the Magi visiting the Holy Family in Bethlehem is one very familiar to us. The Magi have sometimes been seen as a symbol of the world’s diversity – different religions and cultures – that comes to pay homage to the Christ-child. The story might therefore represent the unity of all created that God desires.

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2022 has been prepared by the churches of the Middle East, the history of which was, and still is, characterised by conflict and strife, tainted with blood and darkened by injustice and oppression. The Christians of the Middle East offer these resources conscious that the world shares many of the travails and much of the difficulties that it experiences, and yearns for a light to lead the way to the Saviour who is the light that overcomes darkness.

Thursday Coffee @ Blendworth

Re-opening on Thursday 11th November at 9.30 – 11.30 am. Please join us for a cuppa and a chat in a friendly atmosphere. Enjoy a game of table tennis or have a look at Ann’s handcrafted cards. Every Thursday at Blendworth Church Centre next to the fire station, Blendworth Lane. We look forward to seeing past friends and welcoming new friends.

Benefice Office
Blendworth Church Centre
Blendworth Lane,
Waterlooville PO8 0AA

Our Safeguarding Policy.

The BCI Churches are fully committed to the Church of England’s Safeguarding Policies. Our parish safeguarding statement to this effect can be read here. Any safeguarding concerns about either children or vulnerable adults should be brought to the immediate attention of the Vicar, Revd Vickie Morgan, or Ms Janet Laws, our Safeguarding Officer.

Registered Address: Benefice Office, Church Centre, Blendworth Lane, Waterlooville, PO8 0AA

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