Saturday 19th August 2017 South Garth at the Abbey 10am – 3pm Free event with activities and stalls and information Romsey Abbey’s Environment Group plan to recognise World Honey Bee Day, with both activities and information to raise awareness about how to protect bees. Hosted outside in the Abbey’s South Garth from 10am to 3pm, there will be free activities including face painting, build-a-bee house, local bee keepers and stalls selling bee related products. Anyone interested in getting involved please contact the Abbey’s Parish Office parishoffice@romseyabbey.org.ok or phone 01794 513125.More »

The Abbey will be holding a SOCIAL EVENING in St Nicholas’ Chapel at 7:30pm on Tuesday 5th September. This is primarily for people who have joined the congregation in the last 12-18 months. If that’s you, do please come along. It’s a great way to get to know some of the clergy and lay staff and to find out more about some of our activities and volunteering opportunities. We are also using this to launch our new social committee so any members of the congregation, new or longstanding, who might be interested in planning and organising future social events would be very welcome to joinMore »

Families are invited to bring children to Romsey Abbey’s Lego Church session on Saturday 22nd July at 12 noon. The one-hour lively session will be held in the Abbey’s Church Rooms, and will include a range of activities. There will be something for everyone, no time to be bored and all this for free. Rhiannon Wilmott, Children and Families Worker for Romsey Abbey explains “Come along for fun, food and faith! Build your way through themes and stories, have a spot of light lunch and join in some singing at Lego Church at Romsey Abbey”. Please note, parents and carers are responsible for the supervisionMore »

On: Monday 24 July 7.30pm At: All Saints Church, North Baddesley By: Revd Andrew Ashdown Andrew visited Syria several times prior to the current conflict, and has visited the country seven times since April 2014.  Last December he was one of a tiny handful of Europeans present in Aleppo as the city was retaken, and most recently, he spent most of the month of May this year in Syria.  He has travelled independently throughout the country meeting with members of all communities; with faith, civic and political leaders; and witnessing the realities on the ground, including areas most impacted by the conflict..  Andrew is currentlyMore »