The Garrison and Royal Artillery Regimental Church of St Alban with St Barbara, Larkhill
The Garrison and Royal Artillery Regimental Church of St Alban with St Barbara is one of the Larkhill landmarks. It stands in its own grounds next to the main entrance of the Royal School of Artillery. Built just over 60 years ago in red brick it has a classic 1930s interior which must be one of the best in the country. With its fine collection of memorials it is always worth a visit or come along to find a quiet place for prayer and contemplation.
1000 hrs Morning Worship or Holy Communion
First Sunday of the month is a family service
Special services are listed on the Church noticeboard.
Weddings and Baptisms are by appointment.
Tel: 01980 845289 Garrison Chaplain and Church Office
Roman Catholic Church of St Barbara
The RC Church of St Barbara in Larkhill has closed and is now a community hall. The nearest RC Churches are: Christ the King RC Church, 4 Lord’s Croft, Amesbury. Tel: 01980 622177
Our Lady Queen of Peace RC Church, Peace House, Kandy Road, Bulford Camp. Tel: 01980 672427
0900hrs Sunday Mass at St Patrick and St George, St Patrick’s Avenue, Tidworth.
1030 hrs Sunday Mass at Our Lady Queen of Peace, Kandy Road Bulford.
Baptisms and Weddings
Speak to the Priest at Mass on Sunday or pick up an enquiry form from the Church.
First Confession and First Holy Communion
Preparation classes for young people begin normally in late January. First Holy Communion is celebrated on or around the Feast of Corpus Christi.
Methodist and United Board
There is a Methodist Church on the High Street in Amesbury.
Grace Church has congregations in Salisbury and Amesbury, see website for more details.www.gracechurch.org
Amesbury Baptist Centre
The home of Amesbury Baptist Church.
Address: Butterfield Drive, Amesbury.
Tel: 01980 625255
The Community Room is available for hire for such events as children’s parties. If you would like a look round the Centre, please phone the Minister – callminder operates for messaging.
Soldiers and Airman’s Scripture Readers Association (SASRA)
Our representative at Larkhill for the ‘Soldiers and Airman’s Scripture Readers Association’ is Scripture Reader David Hossack. http://www.sasra.org.uk/
If it is your usual practice to attend a place of public worship then we encourage you to maintain that practice. To this end you will be very welcome at the 1000 hrs service held in St Alban with St Barbara Church – just outside the main gate and to the right as you leave the camp.