Welcome to our church!

We are a welcoming and lively church at the heart of Elvetham Heath in the north of Fleet; our Minister is Rev. Patrick Butler.  Formed from a partnership of Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and URC churches, we worship in an informal way across the generations.

We’d love to meet you on a Sunday at 9:15 or 10:45 am or 6:30 pm, or midweek if you drop in to our coffee bar or another event.  We hold a regular Rhythm of Prayer, forming the heartbeat of our church, on Monday mornings at 9 am, Wednesday lunchtimes at 12 noon, Thursday evenings at 9 pm and Saturday mornings at 9.30 am – all are welcome.

Children & Families Minister – Vacancy

Our response to CoronaVirus

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Rhythm of Prayer – Live! will be here shortly

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The church is closed until further notice for services, gatherings and midweek activities. 

HantsHelp4Vulnerable – helpline for frail or vulnerable residents who do not have support from families, friends or their local community, and who need urgent assistance with essential food or household supplies, collection of medication, or who are at risk of loneliness.

0333 370 4000 seven days a week, from 9am-5pm.

Hart Voluntary Action – want to increase their pool of volunteers – please fill in a form on the Fleet Lions website if you can help.

Sundays at Church on the Heath

We’d love to see you at any of our services:

Morning Worship
An informal service.  We have a strong focus on worship, word and prayer, sharing bread and wine once a month. Our youth group, Roots, meets during this service. There is a library corner and a creche for young children.  The service is less than an hour, followed by time to share over tea and coffee.
All Together Worship
An informal family friendly service. All ages worship, serve and explore God’s word together, sharing bread and wine once a month. Bible based activites enable adults and children to engage with the word in a variety of styles. We begin with coffee and tea from 10am and the service itself is about an hour and a quarter.
Evening Service
A peaceful reflective informal service.  Worship, teaching, prayer.  We share bread and wine once a month.  The service is usually about an hour and a half.

Coffee Bar

A warm and welcoming place serving a range of drinks, including fair trade filter coffee, and home-made cakes, with free wifi.

Opening times

Monday to Friday mornings: 8:30am – 12noon

Thursday afternoons: 2:30pm – 5pm

Saturday mornings: 9am – 12noon

During school holidays, we don’t open until 9am and are closed in the afternoon.