St Martin's Church, Blackheath

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St Martin's Church, Blackheath is part of the combined Parish of Wonersh with Blackheath, and shares its Vicar and Ministry team with Wonersh Church. St Martin's has stood at the heart of Blackheath village for 125 years and it seeks to serve and support the community of Blackheath through prayer and in practical ways. Services take place each week on Sundays at times displayed on the church notice board, and all are welcome.

St Martin's church was built in 1893 based upon the design of an Italian wayside chapel, and is named after St Martin's Canterbury. The church is well known for its striking wall paintings, which  were painted in 1894-95 by Anna Lea Merritt, an American artist. The paintings are in a style used by Pre-Raphaelite painters of the day - more information about the wall paintings can be found in the document link to the right.

Forthcoming Sunday Services at Blackheath Church:
Service at Wonersh Church
Sun 28 Jan 10:00am
No service at Blackheath today.
Blackheath Holy Communion
Sun 4 Feb 10:00am
Blackheath Holy Communion service
Blackheath Morning Praise
Sun 11 Feb 10:00am
Morning worship
Blackheath Choral Evensong
Sun 18 Feb 6:00pm
Choral evening service


Please contact the Vicar or any of the clergy team for more information about services. 
 
The Blackheath Church Warden is:
Patricia Allen
(01483) 893094
patriciaallen@gmx.co.uk
   

Further information about Blackheath Village can be found on the Blackheath Village website

The location of Blackheath Church is shown below:
 
 
 Documents 
Musical Evening 2 March 2018 (258.9KB)
Blackheath Term Card Spring 2018 (120.9KB)
St Martins Church History and Murals (185.0KB)
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