Meet Others, Worship God, Serve Portsmouth
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We are so glad you have looked us up! We hope you will enjoy browsing this site. Much more than three church buildings and five community halls, the North End Portsmouth Team is a living community, with a great deal going on.
On this site (and its associated Facebook pages, above) you will find information about our Community Cafe and social groups, our Choir and our Music Group, Fayres and Fetes, Barn Dances and Quiz Nights, International links...to name but a small sample of our community life. You will also find information about the great events that are celebrated here, including Baptism and Marriage, and about the service and support the Church offers to the sick and the dying. You will also be able to learn more about the history of the parish.
At the heart of the life of the Church is worship - we hope you will join us from time to time. Above all, the churches come together on Sunday mornings at 10am for Mass (also known Holy Communion, or the Eucharist). Our Sunday Services are the centre of the life of the Parish. Everything else that happens flows from them. Anyone of any age, background, ability, race or sexuality is always welcome. No-one gets left out here!
Please pray for the North End Team and its people...and come to meet us soon!
Who are we?
We are a team of three Anglican (Church of England) churches who serve a parish of 20,000 people in the north of the city of Portsmouth (UK). We are Three Churches, but One Parish, called to 'Meet Others, Worship God and Serve Portsmouth'
We are members of the Anglican Diocese of Portsmouth.
What do we believe?
We think of ourselves as just ordinary people who have discovered that a spiritual life is a better life. We hope that you'll discover, with us, more about the God who creates us, heals us and sustains us.
To learn about the kind of Christians we are striving to be, please click here
The mission of the Church of England is:
- proclaiming the Good News of the Kingdom
- teaching, baptising and nurturing new believers
- responding to human need by loving service
- seeking to transform unjust structures in society
- striving to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustaining and renewing the life of the earth