We would like to welcome you to visit our church
Note about visiting during the coronavirus pandemic:
During the period of lockdown, the Church was closed to visits for everyone’s safety. Since the Government announced the move to Phase 4 of the lockdown derestrictions (19th July 2021), we have been open-able for occasional visits. At present, we are receiving visitors only by appointment, so if you would like to see the Church, please be in touch with Mrs Patricia Hunt, our Churchwarden, who manages the building diary. Mrs Hunt’s contact details can be found here: https://chalgrovechurch.org/contact/.
Entry through the south door is level for wheelchairs and children’s buggies. There are two steps at the north door entrance and a portable ramp is available if required. There is a hearing loop in use during all services. There are toilets and utility services in the ground floor of the tower. One of the two toilets is suitable for use by disabled people and wheelchair users, and there are also facilities for changing nappies.
Planning your visit
Until further notice please see the above notice in red about visiting.
You may wish to download our visitors app to your smartphone or tablet before you visit. It is called “St Mary’s Chalgrove”, is available for both Apple and Android formats and can be downloaded free. The video content of the app is streamed so you will need to use our WiFi broadband connection when you are here. There are instructions how to do this in the church, and our volunteer guides will assist if they are available. Please remember to bring your headphones with you so as not to disturb other visitors. The app has two sections, one for adults and one for families/children.
Alternatively, when volunteer guides are available, you may ask to use the i-Touch handsets provided which have the complete app pre-loaded.
There is also a printed Children’s Quiz, and if you would like colouring sheets for your children please ask the volunteer guides.
Visiting parties can make arrangements for visiting by contacting Mr Bob Heath-Whyte on 01865 890 442
There is a small car park at the east end of the church. There is a car park at the Village Hall in Baronshurst Drive nearby and a larger car park at the other side of the recreation field which is accessed from the High Street opposite the Red Lion pub. From there it is a five minute walk to the church across the recreation field. We recommend that coaches do not attempt to drive down the narrow lane to the church.
Below you will find links to online map resources that can provide you with directions and exact details on our location. If you are using a sat nav then our postcode is OX44 7SD. However, putting this postcode into Google maps will place you on the north side of Chibnal Close. Do not go into Chibnall Close but go on further along Baronshurst Drive and turn right into the single track extension of Church Lane, signposted with a green and white sign “To the Church”.
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