Welcome to St Francis Community Church in Headley Down. We hope you enjoy your visit online and get to know us a little better.

Whether you live in the area or are visiting family and friends you are welcome to come and share our Sunday morning service at 10.15 am, or any of the events during the week.  Our Chaplains, Rev David Muskett and Rev Marion Warren or Pastoral Assistants Martin Firman and John Russell, will be delighted to meet you in person, as will all members of the worshipping community.

Don't forget that every first Sunday of each month features "The BIG Breakfast", our Cafe Church style service with breakfast.

Also, we are now offering coffee and cookies at 10:00AM before the morning service, third Sunday of each month, to give you a chance to relax and get to know people before the service gets under way.

We hold a vision meeting quarterly on a Wednesday evening at 7:30PM in the church.  This is a mixture of worship and an update on the direction in which the church is being led

Annual Report:  You can download the 2017 Annual Report by clicking on the Download Icon.

We run a food bank with collection points at the church and at Ludshott Grove (Phone Pauline on 01428 714095).  The food bank is there to assist those in the community who face hunger due to financial hardship; occurring increasingly due to the delay between job loss and receiving unemployment benefit.  For more information, please contact Pauline Firman on 01420 714095

Do not forget to to have a look at the charitable causes worth supporting in the "Charities" section.

We encourage all St Francis members and friends to be part of a home group. There are three currently running, two on a Monday evening and one on Wednesdays. The autumn session will be starting in September. Dates to come but if you’re interested in joining one of the groups, speak to or email John Russell.




Being an interdenominational church, you could find a wide variety of theological viewpoints represented below. They are in reverse chronologinal order with the most recent sermon first: