Church of
Saint Thomas More

Hartley Wintney

Times of Masses at St Thomas More

We celebrate Mass at St Thomas More each Sunday at 8:45am and each Thursday at 9:30am. All are welcome.

Thursday Mass times may sometimes be subject to change, so please refer to the latest newsletter.

Confession is available 5.30pm to 5.50pm on Saturdays (at St Swithun's) or by appointment at other times.

During Lent, Stations of the Cross will be celebrated at St Thomas More on Thursdays at 10am. We will also celebrate Stations of the Cross at St Thomas More at 11am on Good Friday.


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Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, which this year is Wednesday 2nd March.

On Ash Wednesday, Mass will be celebrated and ashes distributed at St Swithuns at 10am and at St Thomas More at 12 noon.

During Lent Stations of the Cross will be celebrated on Fridays at 10am at St. Swithun’s and Thursday’s at 10am at St. Thomas More, Hartley Wintney. We will also celebrate Stations of the Cross at St Thomas More at 11am on Good Friday.


Local churches, in partnership with Hart Foodbank, are keen to help struggling families.

To request a food voucher, text 07754 877575 or ring Citizens Advice Yateley on 01252 878435

For money advice, ring Junction 5 on 01256 769953 or email

Free confidential helpline: 0808 208 2138 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm).

To donate food, text 07931 511849 for your local collection point.

Office hours

From Tuesday 25th January, the parish office will be open to the public from Tuesdays to Fridays 10am to 12 noon. The parish office is open to the public on Wednesdays from 10am until 12 noon.

The parish secretary can be contacted by phone on 01252 872732 or 07831 307063 or by email to the parish office.

If you need the priest urgently please ring Fr Wojciech on 01252 872732.

Community support

A number of resources are available in Hartley Wintney to those who require support during the lockdown. Please see this poster for more information.