St Peter's was built in 1826 on the site of a chapel dating from Tudor times .
The church was refurbished in 2011, opening out of the chancel, and a moveable altar allows flexible use.
An audio visual desk, better access for the disabled and glass entry doors result in a more modern building.
St. Peters has a choir and a music group which contribute to worship. The carillon of bells (the only one in Surrey) rings out each week.
"Sharing our experience of God's love"
The peaceful churchyard, planted mainly with conifers, includes the graves of Admiral Sturdee, the painter John Frederick Lewis, the American writer Bret Harte, and Dame Katharine Furse, Director of the Women's Royal Naval Service and expert skier.
St Francis' Church, 121 Upper Chobham Road, Camberley, GU15 1EE Get Map
St Francis, the smaller off the two churches, celebrated its half century in 2014. The simple and beautiful church has an intimate friendly atmosphere and a welcoming congregation. The church is open each week day morning during term time, providing a quiet space to sit or pray.
A small and large Hall are available for hire. It is used by a Pre-School and groups such as Brownies and Guides.
Situated opposite Ravenscote School, the church opens each Tuesday afternoon for “T@3”, so parents and carers collecting children from school can drop in for a cup of tea and a biscuit while they wait.
There is a calendar of services on a Sunday.
Enquiries to the Parish Office 01276 27855.
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