Our Church & Community

In Longhorsley Village we have 3 Churches; Longhorsley St Helen’s Church, St Thomas of Canterbury RC Church and Longhorsley Mission Free Church.

Reverend Audrey is our Priest,  we welcomed her to the village in Autumn 2020 and we were meeting her outdoors and virtually for our school services however as of October 2021 we have been joining her in person.

Still currently on hold at the moment are the following (due to COVID-19 restrictions) ….

Every month we have “Church Mice,” who visit our school.   These are members of the local church community who visit school to read and share stories of the Bible with the children.

Bible Club is also popular with our children out of school.  This is a club which runs on a Friday evening from October through to May in the Longhorsley Mission Free Church. 

Throughout their time in the club, the children learn new songs and stories from the Bible together, as well as having the opportunity to complete a variety of crafting activities!  Everyone is most welcome from 6pm-7pm and it’s a free activity.  The leaders of the club are Wyn, Ian and Hilary.

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