The Parish of Burchetts Green

We warmly welcome you to join us at any of our services

The following activities take place within the Parish, we hope you find something of interest. For further details please contact.


For the younger members of the parish we have a Sunday School in the Soltau Centre during the Parish Service and during Stubbings Common Worship Communion Service. Every third Sunday at Hurley, Explorers and Adventurers groups meet in the Priory Room joining the Communion Together service at the start and for a blessing at the end. We also hold monthly Family Services at Hurley and at Stubbings.


For pre-schoolers and  parents/carers ‘Pebbles’ is a short service and playgroup which meets every Thursday in the Priory Room. There are special services and activities for children during the festival seasons.


Second Thursday of the month at 3:00pm Priory Room
CAMEO is an opportunity for older people to Come And Meet Each Other. We gather in the Priory Room in Hurley for tea and cake to share friendship and enjoy each other’s  company.

CRAFT GROUP “Knit and Natter”

2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month 2-4 pm Soltau Centre

Do you enjoy knitting, crochet or sewing with friends? Do come along to ’Knit and Natter’ at the Soltau centre, have a cuppa and a biscuit and join us. We love to welcome new members. .


Soltau Centre 12.30pm on alternate Wednesdays
Can we tempt you with a delicious home cooked lunch? Older people from all three churches gather for lunch and friendly chat at the Soltau Centre. Do come and make this a  regular date. Before lunch there is a quiet Communion service in church at 11.30am for those who wish.


Come and join a country walk once a month, come rain or shine. Walks are carefully chosen to include a welcoming pub for refreshment! You'll have a very warm welcome from this friendly group. Watch the weekly Notice Sheet or this website for details.  Further details to follow. We shall repair to a local hostelry for lunch afterwards.


Fortnightly on Tuesdays at 2pm Priory Room

OASIS is a chance to create space for us to unwind and let the silence in, making ourselves ready for God to come to us and help us in the many areas of life which cry out for his help. We will bring before God our own lives, those in the Parish we know who particularly need God?s touch and we will pray for the wider world.  


Visit our stall in the Soltau Centre after the monthly parish service, and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and friendship. You will be able to purchase: • TEA/COFFEE • PASTA • KITCHEN ROLLS • BISCUITS • CHOCOLATES • SWEETS • RAISINS/ALMONDS ETC. ALSO • FESTIVE GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS AND STOCKING FILLERS • WOODEN TOYS


 Traidcraft is not a fundraising project but a way of helping people in the third world to help themselves and give them self respect.


Our gardening group invites you to spend time with us in the garden at Stubbings on Tuesday mornings. If you can spare a couple of hours regularly or only join us occasionally your help to cherish the garden will be warmly received by us and the snowdrops, daffodils, flowering shrubs and woodland plants.


We have a choir that sings at Littlewick Green and at Evensong in Stubbings - rehearsals on Wednesday evenings.

We would welcome people wishing to help lead the singing at our Family Services or to join the choir.


Whether you’re a terrified would-be flower arranger or an experienced one, please give one of our co-ordinators a call and join our team, get lots of support and discover the joy of offering fresh flowers in our lovely churches.


We have pastoral visitors who have been commissioned to visit and offer spiritual support and friendship to people in the parish would like this for whatever reason.


Discovery Groups Fortnightly during term-time.

Our new small groups give you  the opportunity to explore the Christian faith and make friends as well! Groups meet fortnightly during term-time. There are currently five groups: one has a musical bias, there is a lunchtime group and groups for families with young children. For further information please contact Keith or Tina.

Cursillo is a movement of the Church, providing a method by which Christians are empowered to grow through prayer, study and action and enabled to share God’s love with all. Cursillo seeks to serve the whole Church, and to equip Christians to be the church wherever they are, and in whatever stream of tradition or theology they are comfortable. We have a Cursillo group in our Parish. For details please contact Keith.

                Click here for the calendar for the current month

Details of the types of worship within the parish are provided here>>.

Whats On


We have a huge variety of social (and sometimes fundraising) events during the year from the delightful ‘Music on a Summer’s evening’ concert in a Hurley garden to the Parish Garden Party and Christmas Fayre, running a tea stall at the Littlewick Show, lecture evenings in Littlewick, BBQ’s and much more. To stay in touch will all that is going on keep your eye on the weekly Notice Sheet, the Parish Magazine or this website.

Bringing a vibrancy and great sense of community to our Parish