Information about our churches

The Parish of Wonersh and Blackheath -

Two Churches, One Parish


Welcome! Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here for many years - we hope our website helps you find out what you want to know about the parish of Wonersh with Blackheath. 

We're a lively Anglican Parish consisting of two churches, one at Blackheath and one at Wonersh. We offer a range of services from contemporary to more traditional. Children are very welcome at all of our services.


St John's, Wonersh
Our Services at St John's are listed below:

1st Sunday: 10am Morning Worship

2nd Sunday: 8am Communion BCP

                     10am Morning Worship

3rd Sunday: 10am Communion

4th Sunday: 8am Communion CW

                    10am Morning Worship         

Midweek Service: 10.30am Thursday


The church address is: St John the Baptist Church, The Street, Wonersh, Guildford, GU5 0PG.


More details about services at the church can be found here


The location of St John's Wonersh is shown below. There is parking available either in the church car park, or in Wonersh Surgery car park just along the road.  


You can find out more information about our children's activities here and adults' activities here:

Kids Church
Mums, Bumps and Babies
Chatterbox Parent and Baby group
We also hold:
Adult events for Women and Men
Seniors' ministries
Walking Groups
And many other social activities!

For further information, please feel free to call (01483 890266) or email the church office with any questions you have and we will be happy to help you. Or get in touch with us using our Contact Us page. 

If you want to contact members of our clergy team or church wardens, please look at our Our People page.


St Martin's, Blackheath

Blackheath: Our Services at St Martin's are listed below: 

1st Sunday 10am - Holy Communion

3rd Sunday 6pm - Choral Evensong

4th Sunday 6pm - 30 minutes of guided, silent prayer which we call "Be still with God"


The church address is: St Martin's Church, Blackheath Lane, Blackheath, Guildford, GU4 8QT.


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. Regular services take place on the first and third Sundays. There is a silent Julian Meeting held on the fourth Sunday evening and festival and 'special' services are celebrated in between. Further details and times of services are displayed on the church notice board and in a link to the right. The month's services are listed below and on the Home Page under Services and Events. 

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.


  • A large sign outside St. Martin’s will show you have arrived!  There is also a finger post on the sign at the village cross roads.
  • The Church is open:  8.00am to 6.00pm in Summer and 8.00am to 4.00pm in Winter, after the clocks change
  • No car park at St. Martin’s Church but parking in the lane outside and other locations in the village
  • A lavatory is available during services but unfortunately no disabled lavatory
  • No baby changing facilities in the lavatory but the vestry next to it can be used for this purpose
  • Assisted wheelchair access to the church.  Either across a short gravel driveway off the lane, or for narrow wheelchairs, along the path running down the side of the church. If the shared driveway is clear, you can park directly outside the church door to off load but please do not block it.
  • There is one shallow step down into the church from the entrance
  • No audio system but the church is small with very good acoustics and line of sight
  • Large print copies of our service sheets available for our two regular monthly services
  • No mobile phone reception at the church but you can usually find reception just outside the village
  • Narrow lanes with passing places lead to Blackheath Village
  • Postcode for St. Martin’s is:  GU4 8QT 

If you are visiting St. Martin’s for the first time and have any queries, or you need to speak to us in advance, please phone
the Blackheath Churchwarden on 01483 893094 or the Church Office on 01483 890266.

Forthcoming Sunday Services at Blackheath Church:

Please contact the Church Office or any of the clergy team for more information about services. 


The Blackheath Church Warden is:
Carmina Harlow

Blackheath Church Care Team:
Penny Kirkwood
01483 921593
Further information about Blackheath Village can be found on the 
Blackheath Village website

The location of St Martin's Blackheath is shown below:


St Martin's Blackheath

Information about St Martin's Blackheath

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