We are a welcoming, open and inclusive church, one which still serves as the focal point for Christian fellowship and ministry for many who live nearby. Whether you are looking to join the church family on a regular basis, or are enquiring about becoming part of the church for a special event, such as a wedding or a baptism, these pages should give you all that you need to know.
Welcome to St. Mary the Virgin
St Mary the Virgin, Silchester is primarily a place of worship and prayer, one which still serves as the focal point for Christian fellowship and ministry for many who live nearby. Sited in the Roman Town of Calleva Atrebatum, you can find us here.
We are part of the Benefice of Tadley with Pamber Heath and Silchester
We hope that you can find the information you are looking for on this website, but if not, please do contact us directly using our Contact Usweb page.
Make a Donation
This church relies on donations to provide care and support to everyone in this community. Now more than ever, please consider giving generously to support our mission and ministry. You can make a donation below, thank you for your support.
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Church Services for you:
Silchester church is open every day. For times of Services see Service Updates. The team at St Mary’s Silchester would like to share Church and Parish news with our friends in Silchester and beyond and invite you to Click here to add your name to the mailing list. The link to any Online Service is announced in the 'Church and Parish news' mailings
If you are looking for help, support or just someone to talk to, just contact us.
Can we help you? If you need assistance, support, or simply someone to talk to, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Contacting us is easy, (click here to get in touch with Karen).
Help from Silchester's Richard Hyde Charity
The charity helps Senior Citizens of our village who may find themselves needing a little help with transport to the shops, medical appointments or maybe helping with an occasional visit to family which would otherwise be impossible.
Also If anyone, no matter what age, finds themselves in any sort of financial hardship please do not be too proud or independent to speak to any of the Richard Hyde Trustees.