The aim of Churches Together in Camberley (CTC) is to build better relationships.

We want to play our part in building better relationships between different parts of the community, different nationalities living in Camberley, different churches and, above all, building better relationships between ourselves and God.

CTC is made up of all the main Christian Churches in Camberley who are committed to working together, praying together and making a difference in our local community of Camberley.

CTC Member Churches

The CTC member churches are:

Camberley & Bagshot Catholic Parish

Leader: Parish Priest: Rev. Fr. Andrew Moss JCL

In October 2007 the former parishes of St Tarcisius (Camberley), St Peter & St John (Old Dean) and Christ the King in Bagshot, became the Camberley & Bagshot Catholic Parish. The parish, which is in the Surrey Heath Borough area, takes in Camberley, including Yorktown & Old Dean, also the villages of Bagshot, Windlesham and Lightwater. Our website provides information about the parish together with the latest news. We are close to London Heathrow Airport also to the M3 & M25. Visitors are always welcome.

Camberley & Bagshot Catholic Parish Website

St Peter and St John

Camberley Baptist Church

Leader: Rev. Richard Lane

Email: revrichardlane@gmail.com
Telephone: 01276  61512
Address: 15 Frimley Road, Camberley, Surrey GU15 3EN
Camberley Baptist is part of the 3 Counties Baptist Church Group, the other Churches are in Alton and Sherfield on Loddon

Their Mission is:

To extend the worship, witness and work of the Lord within the fellowship and within the local community.
To increase commitment to and promote spiritual growth and development of people both individually and corporately.
To give mutual support and encouragement across all centres and share together in evangelistic outreach at home and overseas. To stimulate interest and challenge the Fellowship, regarding their involvement in providing the necessary overall resources

Camberley Baptist Church Website

Camberley Baptist Church

CrossRoads

Leader: Elders: William Fleming & Cecil Buchanan

Crossroads Evangelical Church has weekly activities and Church services for the local people of Camberley. Crossroads is a welcoming church and whether you live in or around Camberley or are just visiting the area, we would love you to come to our Church to join with us at any of our services or in any of our activities and experience a very warm welcome.

CrossRoads Website

Crossroads Church

Heatherside

Leader: Rev. Larry Bain

Heatherside Church was established in 1977 by a group from St. Paul’s Camberley who saw the need for a Christian presence on the estate.
When plans for the area were originally made, the intention was to have a community centre and church separately. After some discussion the suggestion was made to combine the two in one building as both parties were there to service the needs of the area.

Heatherside Website

Photo of Heatherside Church

High Cross

Leader: Posts in Vacancy (URC & Methodist)

High Cross Church brings together people of all ages and from all walks of life, most of whom live around the Camberley area. We have all made a wonderful discovery—that Jesus Christ is a real friend, someone who gives peace and strength for daily living and hope for the life to come.
High Cross Church was formed in 1990 when our premises were opened by the coming together of the Methodist and United Reformed Churches in Camberley. As such we are part of the local URC Synod and Methodist Circuit and we play a full part in Churches Together in Camberley.

High Cross Website

High Cross Church

St Martin's

Leader: Rev. Bob Peck

St Martin’s is a friendly church in NE Camberley drawn mainly from the local area. We aim to be a church that shows grace and acceptance to everyone. There are no perfect people at St Martin’s, so come as you are and you’ll fit in. Our buildings are located in the centre of the parish and our ambition is to be at the heart of the life of our local community. Our worship style is informal. We take scripture seriously and are hungry for a deeper understanding and experience of God’s love and presence.

St Martin's Website

St Martin's

St Mary's

Leader: Rev. Andrew Knowles

At St. Mary’s we are a group of people who are trying to live lives that reflect Jesus and we would be very pleased if you are considering joining with us on this journey.

St Mary's Website

St Mary's Church

St Michael's

Leader: Rev. Bruce Nicole

Our purpose is “To Encounter God and Grow in Him” See our church calendar for any special events or services that are coming up.

St Michael's Website

St Michael's Church

St Paul's

Leader: Rev'd Tom Darwent

St. Paul’s Church is a place where God meets seeking people who are far from perfect. That means anyone is welcome, no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. So learn at your own pace. Ask questions. Seek. We believe you’ll find what you’re looking for. You’ll learn how to relate to God. You’ll experience Christian community. And here’s the big thing – you will change. Join us as we seek God together. Just come as you are. All are welcome, there are no exceptions

St Paul's Website

St Paul's Church

The Beacon

Leader: Lead Elder: Andrew Booth

The church family is made up of all sorts of different people from Camberley, Farnborough and the surrounding areas. We are part of Newfrontiers, an international network of similar churches committed to making disciples, training leaders and planting churches.
The Beacon Church led by Andrew Booth and a team of Elders. The church functions through the support of a talented and committed staff team and leaders of the wider ministries. You are welcome to join us on a Sunday or at a Small Group meeting near you. In addition, we have meetings to suit all ages plus special events throughout the year.
We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Beacon Website

The Beacon