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St Peter's

St Peter’s Church is a small red-brick chapel style church on the west side of the A339 next to the Village Hall.  It offers a small intimate worship space, seating about 60 people in pews.  It is surrounded by a peaceful and well-kept churchyard.

Picture of St Peter's, Headley

It is currently kept locked outside of service times, but we continue to explore possibilities of having them open during the day for visitors. If you would specifically like to see the interior of the church at a time outside of public worship, do contact us.

The church is one of two parish churches serving the parish of Ashford Hill with Headley.  The parish was created out of Kingsclere parish in 1845 and the church was built in 1867

Currently there are two services a month:

  • Holy Communion at 11am on the 2nd Sunday of each month and
  • Holy Communion on 3rd Sunday of each month at 8am.

This pattern may be changed for festivals and special occasions when there may be other services at different times – please check the calendar for further information.


St Peter's new gates were blessed in May 2019 and it was reported in the Newbury Weekly News - please see below
for the article (and the picture of our fantastic new gates!)