Hinton Ampner

Hinton Ampner

Situated as it is, within the grounds of, Hinton Ampner House, All Saints Church has over 60,000 potential visitors a year. Historically it is a grade 2 listed building going back to Saxon times. It was rebuilt in the 13th century and again in the 19th century.

Although, All Saints has only one parochial service each month, it has been used increasingly for joint services, where its easy access, bright interior and effective heating making it a good worship centre for the whole Benefice and for visitors to Hinton Ampner House. The church has seating for over 100 people, and is often full for these special services. Visitors enjoy seeing two beautiful stained glass windows, the Pillar of Cloud and Pillar of Fire which were installed in 1970. The twin lights represent the Pillar of Cloud and the Pillar of Fire, from the Book of Exodus chapter 13.


Services and Worship

Regular services include: Once a month family service, teaching and worship. This is attended by over 40 (mainly teenager children, parents and retired).There is a Worship Group of parents and children with key board and flute led worship. Congregation led prayers, Benefice Communion, quarterly. Christmas Eve service and communion with over 160 people coming to attend the service.