The Church of  St Thomas à Becket,
Warblington 

Welcome to the  Church of  St Thomas à Becket, Warblington

Welcome! The Church St Thomas à Becket, Warblington together with St James’ Emsworth  form the Church of England Parish of Warblington with Emsworth  each church has a distinctive character and range of different services.

 

Our prayer is that you may grow closer to God, find friendship and healing, and be strengthened to serve God in the world.

 

We hope these pages will help you get a flavour of things here, but most of all we hope you will come along and find out in person. We’d love to meet you.

 

Simon Sayers
Rector



Simon has been rector since 2002.  More......


The Church of St Thomas-a-Becket
dates from the late 12th Century  in January 2011 the interior of the church was s eriously damaged by fire since then the interior of the church has been completely restored.

Access to the church is from Church Lane where this a parking area adjacent to Warblington Castle Farm.


External Link

Restoration of the Church of St Thomas à Becket

 

 

 

 

 

Visit the Parish Website

 

 

 

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The Church of St Thomas-a-Becket dates from the late 12th Century with alterations during the 13th, 15th and 19th Centuries.  Two late 18th Century grave-watchers' huts, constructed in flint with slate roofs, stand at opposite corners of the Churchyard.  ....MORE

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