Welcome to St Mary the Virgin, Bramshott
St Mary's, Bramshott (SMB) is in the old part of the village on the corner of Church Road and Church Lane. The chancel and transepts date from 1220, whilst the nave was rebuilt in the 1870s. The church building is set above the sunken lanes (which makes for careful parking!) and has a beautiful open churchyard of about 5 acres and includes over 300 WW1 Canadian War Graves.
Our Sunday worship caters for a wide age range and services are of a more traditional type: 'said' BCP Holy Communion at 8am; main morning services are Matins, traditional language Holy Communion and Common Worship Baptisms. We have a regular Sunday morning children's group.
Main morning services are always preceded by the sound of the bells. The six bells date from the 18th century and are rung by a committed band of ringers; new recruits to the tower are always welcome.
Many key moments in the year are marked at St Mary, Bramshott - Mothering Sunday, Easter, an annual Canadian Remembrance Service, Harvest, Remembrance Sunday and Christmas - as well as baptisms, weddings and funerals.