Welcome to the Parish churches of Holy Trinity and St Columba, Fareham
Holy Trinity and St Columba churches are part of a lively community of Christians who worship, pray and work together to serve our local community in Fareham, Hampshire to share the love of God and the good news of Jesus Christ.
Our first purpose is to worship God. Our second is to grow in and share the love of God and to express love and care for all people, especially those in need.
If you are in the Fareham town centre area and have time to spare, why not visit us as Holy Trinity church is open every day (Monday to Friday from 11.00am to 3.00pm, Saturday from 11.00am to 1.00pm) or why not attend one of our services?
Our website is designed for the people of our own congregations and those visiting us for the first time. We always welcome any feedback that you may wish to provide about our website, or any visit that you have made to either of our churches.
Our weekly Holy Trinity news sheet lists upcoming events or alternatively subscribe to receive it weekly via email. There is also a St Columba news sheet which can be subscribed to separately.
We are in the Deanery of Fareham within the Anglican Diocese of Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
As a Church of England Parish we cover about half the town from the Fareham shopping centre almost as far west as Titchfield, mainly north of The Avenue.
We are a Team Parish with two churches. Holy Trinity church is situated on the south side of West Street in Fareham town centre, while the more modern church of St Columba is located at the junction of Hillson Drive and Highlands Road in the north west part of the town (see location maps).